Few aesthetics embody the best parts of hygge—everyone’s favorite trendy way to get cozy—better than bohemian decor. The breezy, maximalist aesthetic gives us all an excuse to make the most of color, to get creative when combining printed textiles and to stock up on all kinds of lovely trinkets that do little else than make us happy. The bohemian decor movement is a beautiful thing, both aesthetically and conceptually, and its daughter, the bohemian bedroom decor movement, is largely the same.
The only issue? Crafting the perfect bohemian interior is a never-ending challenge. The key to bohemian bedroom decor (or any kind of bohemian decor, really) is to leave your space looking beautifully curated, without allowing it to feel effortful. The bohemian spirit is a breezy one. It summons visions of days spent at the beach, lives spent focused on travel. These are lighthearted, creative endeavors, not meticulously assembled ones. To make your home look full of effort would be to ruin the aesthetic you set out to craft in the first place. And unless you’re an aesthetic savant, this is a hard balance to strike.
None of this is to suggest that you should abandon all hope of crafting the bohemian bedroom of your wildest dreams. But it is to suggest that perhaps the best first step you can take is to stock up on bohemian bedroom decor staples before making over your entire home. One of the best places to do this? Urban Outfitters.
You might know them as a trendy spot for clothes great for everything from going out to dining in, but it’s also a haven for boho statement pieces. I’m talking about oversized mirrors, velvet chairs and subtle platform beds. Each of these can transform your room’s entire vibe almost instantly. Don’t belive me? Check out a few of my fav pieces below. You’ll see what I mean.
Marte Platform Bed
Starting off hot, we have the platform bed of our dreams. Everything about it, from the off-white color to the crochet headboard, makes it a standout.
Tabitha Arc Mirror
Sleek and sexy, this arc-shaped mirror can fit into both bold and minimalist decor schemes. A chameleon of mirrors, if you will.
Floria Velvet Chair
You can buy a velvet seater chair practically anywhere nowadays, but you can’t get one quite like this. The thick legs and rounded silhouettes take it to the next level.
T-Shirt Jersey Duvet Cover
There’s nothing better than a solid-colored jersey duvet cover, especially when it’s on sale. This rich emerald color will pop in any room, no matter the aesthetic.
Selene Floor Mirror
An oversized floor mirror is something well-worth saving up on. Place it in your living room or dining area and it’ll immediately make the space look bigger and brighter.
Amelia 6-Drawer Dresser
A light-washed dresser can shape-shift in whatever room, no matter the colors displayed. This one is particularly easy to top with a statement mirror, decor pieces and whatever else you want to display.