Urban Outfitters’ New Fall Collection Will Make Any Space a Bit More Boho

Urban Outfitters’ New Fall Collection Will Make Any Space a Bit More Boho

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We have a little secret for you: Anyone can pull off boho decor. From a head-turning wall hanging to a cozy throw blanket, adding a boho touch to your home will instantly make your space feel more unique, colorful, and eclectic. Need proof? See Urban Outfitters’ new fall 2021 collection, which is a veritable treasure trove of boho-themed decor. With plenty of affordable, yet chic, picks on offer, their collection with help you step up your space without putting a major dent in your wallet.

10 Sofas That Will Help You Achieve the Boho Living Room of Your Dreams

10 Sofas That Will Help You Achieve the Boho Living Room of Your Dreams

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If you’ve got boho style going on in your home, you know it can be a challenge to achieve an eclectic look that feels cool and casual, not effortful and strictly curated. There are a whole lot of spots in the living room where you can add boho touches, but the biggest and best place to set the tone is the sofa. The couch you choose guides not only the vibe of your living room, but also the colors and patterns you can add to your space. Whether you want a sofa that’s clearly boho with rattan accents and fun eclectic patterns, or just want a simple, yet cool, piece to set a boho foundation, there are more options out there than you might think. Below, browse 10 of our favorite sofas for boho living rooms below, then get to nailing that easy-breezy look in your own space. 

10 Bold and Brilliant Rugs That Will Make a Statement in Your Space

10 Bold and Brilliant Rugs That Will Make a Statement in Your Space

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When it comes to styling your home, few things have as much immediate appeal as rugs. After all, in addition to protecting floors — especially of the hardwood variety — from scratches and scuffs, rugs also have a way of serving as art. Of course, many statement rugs are incredibly expensive, making them seem questionable at best and unnecessary at worst. Thankfully, though, brands like Rugs Direct are here to not only offer shoppers a wide variety of colorful, eye-catching rugs to choose from, but also epic sales you won’t want to miss, either.

Through August 23, Rugs Direct is offering up to 80 percent off in celebration of their Summer Black Friday Sale. Whether you’re looking for runners, round rugs, area rugs, doormats, bold colorways, machine-washable or outdoor-specific rugs, Rugs Direct has over 1,000 styles on sale and waiting to be discovered.

But you’ll have to act quickly! After all, these are stunning rugs with major discounts we’re talking about. So, to help you scout the very best sales, we’ve gone ahead and rounded up 10 of our favorite bold picks you can snag for a steal. Check them out, below.

The Best Boho-Chic Decor for Small Spaces

The Best Boho-Chic Decor for Small Spaces

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Sometimes the best decor is found in small spaces. Sure, decorating within a limited amount of square footage has its challenges, but it’s a myth that you can’t make a petite place look just as good as a larger one. For proof of that myth buster, just check out Apartment Therapy’s Small Cool experience, where 10 different designers brought 10 different design themes to life within a 120 square foot space. Feeling inspired? AT readers have the opportunity to shop the items in each room. For those who couldn’t make it to New York City to see the experience in person, we’re bringing the Small Cool experience to you by rounding up the best boho-chic decor for small spaces from the set. 

The 13 Best Pieces from Justina Blakeney’s Collaboration With Target’s Opalhouse

The 13 Best Pieces from Justina Blakeney’s Collaboration With Target’s Opalhouse

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1. 18″ x 24″ Shapes and Lines Framed Wall Arts – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

2. Bolster Oversized Woven Uneven Stripe Decorative Throw Pillow Terracotta – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

3. 20″x32″ Bath Rug Natural – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

4. Printed Quilt Teal – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

5. Villea Velvet Modular Sofa Dark Blue/Green – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

6. Ophelia Printed Burnout Sheer Curtain Panel Orange – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

7. 10oz Glass Jar Metal Lid Pink Wooded Rose Candle – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

8. Jungle Print Shower Curtain – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

9. 9.5″ x 9″ Terracotta Vase with Handle Blue – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

10. Printed Lounge Pillow Jungle Print Indigo – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

If you need extra seating, try one of these lounge pillows. All you need is a wall (and a book and a beverage!), and this cushion can instantly become a reading nook. Side ties make it easy to roll up and store, and there’s also a classic black-and-white version if that’s more your speed pattern-wise.

11. Diskus Plaid Peel and Stick Wallpaper Blue – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

The peel-and-stick wallpaper in this assortment is another category not to sleep on, especially for the price. Blakeney herself was really excited for this aspect of the launch, and you can find saturated styles, like what’s pictured here, as well as stripes, leaf motifs, and jungle toiles.

12. Woven Sconce Natural with Trim (Includes Light Bulb) Brown – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

13. Azure Rattan Armchair with Cushion Terracotta – Opalhouse™ designed with Jungalow™

Danielle Blundell

Home Editor

Danielle Blundell is AT’s Home Director and covers decorating and design. She loves homes, heels, the history of art, and hockey—but not necessarily always in that order.

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