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Southwest Bedding

Southwest Bedding

Take your pick from Southwest and bohemian bedding filled with tribal prints, sunset stripes, or woven geometrics. Whether you're looking for a bright and trendy quilt or something a little more rustic, you'll find a bed ensemble to fit your look.

Comforters, quilts, bedspreads, and sheets sized twin to California king make styling a rustic bed ensemble easy.

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Ride away into the sunset with bedding that complements a rugged aesthetic—or give splashy, Boho-inspired colors a try, and make your bed the primary focus in an eclectic bedroom. However you choose to use one in your own aesthetic, you'll find Southwestern bedding to complement any style, even if you're not a devotee of cacti and Kokopelli.

Start with a raspberry and cyan-striped quilt boasting a blend of florals, geometrics, and scrolls. It's the perfect Bohemian bedding for a free-spirited look. Keep the rest of your room low-key with the clean lines in a pallet headboard or a pair of cross-legged stools displayed side-by-side at the foot of your bed.

If you like to change up your look often, go for a reversible cotton comforter by Fiesta(R). Sprawling medallions in turquoise, yellow, and vermillion span across a dark red surface. Simply flip the comforter over for smaller medallions in cool tones of cyan, salmon, and pale blush. Paint the headboard wall in turquoise blue for a brilliant pop, then leave all adjacent walls white for an electrifying—yet balanced—appearance.

Partial to chevrons and desert-inspired hues? Go for more traditional Southwestern bedding like a chocolate-colored comforter with embroidered barn stars. Steer horns mounted over the headboard are always a popular decorating choice, although you could also accentuate your bedside with a stained glass lamp in shades of amber, brown, and marbled green.

Living rooms with a hint of rusticism should never be short on throws and other cozy textures. Search individual Southwestern blankets for standalone quilts you could display on the wall over the sofa. A pieced star design in teal, chocolate, and sage conveys an earthy color palette you can carry through to other decorations, like your curtains or even the rug beneath your coffee table.

Otherwise, turn to a Southwest quilt set you can complement with sheets inspired by Wild West motifs, like strands of barbwire or Texas stars. A faux fur blanket mimicking the coloration of a wolf or buffalo pelt is yet another way to add texture to your bed ensemble, plus an added layer of warmth on brisk nights. Striped Western comforters might be more your speed, of course, if you like a more nuanced look. Declare your ranchero sense-of-style in the subtle glazed pottery on your nightstand or a row of neatly-potted succulents on the windowsill.

Finally, if you're after a more exotic quality, you need only look to tribal bedding for a vibrant spark. Tribal prints contained within stripes of aqua, gold, purple, green, and orange will play up a spontaneous vibe. Hang a large dreamcatcher strung with feathers in similar colors just over the headboard, and the entire room will take on a whimsical tone.

Browse Western quilts, comforters, and bedspreads for an array of colors and sizes, including twin, full, queen, and king. With a traveling trunk at the foot of your bed or agave perched on your bookshelf, your room will exude sizzling style.