The 3 Best Boho Bedding to Buy of 2020

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Crisp white bedding not quite your thing? Are you tired of seeing beds piled high with preppy piped duvets and ultra-feminine ruffles? For those looking to create an eclectic, artistic oasis in their bedroom, there are tons of cool and cozy options for boho bedding.

You can take a DIY approach—mixing and matching prints and patterns from all over, or curate a sophisticated bedding set that channels your free-spirited nature. (Yes, boho bedding can also be sophisticated.) From funky florals to saturated colors and tons of texture, here's how to give your bedroom a bohemian twist.

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    Not-So Basic White Bedding

    Floral comforter adorning a four-poster bed in a bohemian bedroom.
    Urban Outfitters

    White bedding doesn't have to be crisp and formal. With floral embroidery and tufting, this comforter feels decidedly unfussy and fresh. A mix of textures is essential for a boho bedding mix, so you can incorporate this comforter with pillows and sheets of different textures and colors.

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    Textured, Tasseled Throw Pillows

    Five tasseled pillows on the floor.
    Anthropologie

    Speaking of colors and textures—a boho bed isn't complete without an array of throw pillows to add character and life. This collection of Marisol pillows from Anthropologie comes in a variety of shapes and different colors and tassel details. Toss these on your bed with a mix of other solid and patterned pillows.

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    Printed Peacock Sheets

    Peacock bedroom sheets and pillowcases.
    Target

    Target launched a new in-house line of home goods called OpalHouse, and it's rich with a bohemian spirit. This extremely affordable collection of printed cotton percale sheets captures a boho and even slightly exotic feeling. It would look so fun layered in with one of Opalhouse's printed quilts.