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3 Unexpected Ways to Make Your Bedroom a Boho Sanctuary

published Aug 3, 2020
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The bedroom, the place where you start and end each day, should feel like a haven in your home: energizing and calming, refreshing and comforting. Perhaps no style nails this vibe like boho, with its vibrant patterns, earthy tones, and lush houseplants.

Boho is instantly recognizable, but there isn’t just one way to do it. However you decide to translate this sunny aesthetic into your own personal sanctuary, here are three different looks to try with Walmart.

Look #1: Desert Cottage

Like a desert oasis, this bedroom draws its inspiration from nature itself. The color palette starts with earthy neutrals like terra cotta and sand, then adds colorful boho patterns, as seen in this Safavieh Casablanca Tiana Southwestern Shag rug. Layering in another pattern in classic black and white, like this Noble House Brixton Boho Cotton Ottoman Pouf, builds on the mix-and-match approach that boho does so well. Add unexpected accents, like this Royce Leather vegan leather valet tray, and be transported to your own sanctuary in the sand.

Look #2: Botanical Hygge

Boho goes to Scandinavia in this fresh take on bungalow chic. Here, boho gets a crisp makeover: Think cozy bedding like this oh-so-touchable Kay Cotton Jacquard Duvet Cover Set and a cheerful patterned throw pillow in bright aquas and yellows. The duvet’s chenille dots and the pillow’s playful tassels add great texture. Incorporate natural materials like this stunning Farai rattan pendant lamp, add a few houseplants, and snuggle up in style.

Look #3: Bohemian Bungalow

Bohemian glamour abounds in this bedroom full of saturated jewel tones and luxe materials. First, make a major statement with the star of any bedroom: the bed. The Bohemian Carved Wood Headboard, with its gorgeous floral relief carvings, creates instant visual interest. Lean into more dramatic hues with a rich rug in a tribal-inspired motif, like this deep blue design. And the more patterns, the better! Add a couple of small accents — like this Better Homes & Gardens pillow and this DII Stone Square Throw — to create that intimate bungalow feel.