15 of Our Favorite Places to Shop Boho Furniture and Decor on a Budget

updated Jul 16, 2020
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Shopping for stylish bohemian-inspired furniture and decor doesn’t have to equal an empty wallet, although that can easily become the case. While wicker and rattan pieces and handmade pillows can get quite expensive (especially if you buy vintage), there are plenty of places you can shop the same look for way less. We’ve scoured the web and found eight retailers whose products only look expensive—especially when there’s a sale going on. Whether you’re looking for boho statement pieces or smaller accents, you’ll want to bookmark this list.

1. Urban Outfitters

If you love boho furniture, you probably already know that Urban Outfitters’ home section is a can’t-miss source. Whether you’re in need of a new sofa or are just looking for some funky artwork to add personality to your space, you’ve come to the right spot. And if you’re drawn to cane or rattan in particular, you’re really in luck. This storage cabinet is just one of many such pieces and could be used in so many different ways: as a bar cart, a bedside table, a place for record storage, you name it!

Buy: Melody Rattan Storage Cabinet, $399

2. Candice Luter Art + Home

`If you’re looking for affordable boho decor that’s truly one-of-a-kind, look no further than Candice Luter Art + Home. From macrame wall hangings to fringed mirrors, this Etsy shop has an incredibly eclectic array of decor pieces. Using remnant scraps of wood and fabric, Candice Luter upcycles just about anything into chic, boho-style home accents. This mirror makes a big statement, and would look perfect paired with a bright couch or rug. 

Buy: Half-Circle Fringe Mirror, $281.50 from Etsy

3. Bed Bath & Beyond

The Global Caravan line at Bed Bath & Beyond is one of our favorite affordable places to find great boho inspired styles. From rugs to bedding to curtains, Global Caravan has a wide array of products to fill all of your boho styling needs. We’re totally obsessed with this intricate rattan headboard, both for its price point and its gorgeous detailing.

Buy: Global Caravan Marari Rattan Headboard, $379.99 for Queen

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4. Jungalow

We can’t talk about boho decor without mentioning Jungalow. Justina Blakeney’s home brand is full of eclectic, maximalist decor, from planters and mirrors to shower curtains and furniture. Don’t pass up the bedding section, which includes vibrant, colorful quilt sets for pretty good prices. This green and blue patchwork patterned quilt is a great example, and is sure to make your bedroom more playful and cozy.

Buy: Native Springs Quilt Set by Justina Blakeney, $110 for Full/Queen

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5. Walmart

Even big box stores have hopped on the boho bandwagon, including Walmart, which has a whole section devoted to boho furniture and accent pieces. One Walmart brand we love for finding boho decor is the Drew Barrymore Flower Home line, which created this round jute area rug. At just over $200 for 8′, it’s a budget-friendly find that will instantly update any space.

Buy: Round Jute Area Rug by Drew Barrymore Flower Home — 8′, $195.64

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6. H&M Home

The next time you’re out picking up a new blazer or turtleneck, you may want to check out H&M’s home section, which is available at select retail stores as well as online. It’s full of stunning boho pieces that look much more expensive than they actually are, like this rattan sunburst mirror, which is the perfect addition to any gallery wall. The retailer is also a fantastic resource for candles, picture frames, accent trays, and bedding basics, all at budget-friendly prices.

Buy: Mirror with Rattan Frame, $34.99

7. Aishea Home

Aishea Home is the spot for ethnic home textiles with a boho influence. Kedji Makoli’s collections are full of global-inspired designs and muted colors that are guaranteed to add texture and style to your home. This bogolan fabric pillow will add a bohemian touch to your home, whether it’s placed on a sofa, accent chair, or bed.  

Buy: White Bogolan Cloth Cushion, $53.41 from Etsy

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8. Joss & Main

Joss & Main sells all styles of furniture and accessories but has a fabulous boho section, too (we’ve covered it before). Grab one (or two) of these rattan armchairs and place them in a living area or around a bistro table in a small dining nook. Looking for something else? Check out Joss & Main’s selection of boho-inspired rugs and accent furniture, including those popular Moroccan-style poufs!

Buy: Ashbrook Armchair, $312.99 $280

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9. SmithHönig

For bold textiles and patterns, SmithHönig has got what you need. Featuring bags, pillows, napkins, and even wallpaper, the selection at SmithHönig is filled with unique patterns and colorful designs. If you’re designing a smaller space or working on an accent wall, add this peel and stick tie-dye wallpaper for a trendy design that guests will envy. And of course, it’s great for renters!

Buy: Shibori Indigo Peel & Stick Wallpaper, $125

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10. World Market

World Market is known for its wide selection of globally sourced products (including wines and snacks!) and many of its home items lean toward boho. World Market also happens to be one of our favorite places to shop for woven baskets, which can be used to hold everything from accessories to extra blankets. These seagrass baskets can even be transformed into planters—and let’s face it, what boho home isn’t full of plants?

Buy: Small Striped Seagrass Bianca Tote Basket, $24.99

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11. West Elm

For staple boho pieces that will last for years, don’t overlook West Elm. Whether you’re looking for lighting, rugs, or furniture, the curated bohemian selection at West Elm is not to be missed—and you can usually snag something great on sale, too. This Southwest-inspired cotton rug with its clean lines is ethically hand loomed in India, and is the perfect centerpiece to a living room or bedroom. 

Buy: Pradera Cotton Rug—5’x8′, $200

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12. Apartment Therapy Bazaar

Apartment Therapy’s Bazaar is also a wonderful place to score one-of-a-kind boho pieces. A quick scroll through the site reveals a variety of gorgeous contemporary and vintage finds, including lots of rattan and cane. Dreaming of a peacock chair? Bazaar has one. In need of a colorful woven side table? Yup, you can find that too.

Buy: Boho Rattan Peacock Chair, $500 or best offer

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13. Overstock

Overstock’s boho section is one of our favorite little-known sources for boho furniture. Not only can you find decor and art, but you can also find tons of furniture—including this cozy pouf, which can also be used as a tiny table if you place a tabletop on top. The black and white color scheme means this pouf is an easy way to make a statement without going too overboard with patterns.

Buy: Jani Menes Pouf, $109.99 $103.99

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14. Madewell

You might only think of clothing when you think of Madewell, but this popular brand actually has an awesome selection of bohemian home goods, too. From planters to art prints, Madewell hits the nail on the head when it comes to minimal designs with just enough spunk to stand out in your home. This circle wall planter from NEWMADE LA can be used both indoors and out, and can give your succulent baby a spot on your gallery wall. 

Buy: NEWMADE LA Circle Wall Planter, $38

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15. Target

Target’s Opalhouse line quickly became an AT favorite when it launched nearly two years ago, and it’s an excellent source for finding boho goods on a budget. Products range from chic candles to affordable statement headboards that will add oomph to your bedroom in an instant. We’re particularly loving this marble top table, which like something you’d spot elsewhere with a much higher price tag. It makes a lovely side table in the living room, or could be used as a sleek nightstand.

Buy: Opalhouse Amaranthus Curved Marble Top End Table, $99.99

Madelyn Simons also contributed to reporting.