15 Boho Curtain Ideas That Will Instantly Cozy Up Your Space

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Boho-inspired spaces are sought after for a reason. In fact, according to Google search trend data, interest in boho design has more than quadrupled since 2017. Brimming with textures, earthy neutrals, natural elements, and good vibes, boho decor elements instantly make a space feel both cozy and airy. And drapery is a fool-proof (and gorgeous) way to achieve this. Read on for 15 boho curtain ideas that'll transform your space in no time.


15 Boho Curtain Ideas

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1. Bring back the beads.

Nothing evokes a boho vibe like beaded curtains. Composed of natural bamboo with a hand-painted print, this gorg rainbow fringe can double as a semisheer room divider in an open layout space.

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Get the look:Urban Outfitters Rainbow Bamboo Beaded Curtain, $79

2. Medallions are the move.

Bold and eclectic, medallion prints have long been popular with bohemian design lovers. This style comes clad in luxe embroidery that will make any window look more interesting and artsy.


Get the look:Anthropologie Embroidered Gretta Curtain, from $88

3. Fringe is fun.

A little fringe goes a long way when forging a boho window scene. While subtle, this particular style boasts a hand-knotted macramé faux valance that adds a touch of texture and elegance to a space. This pick is also available in two colors: a bright white and a more muted ivory.


Get the look:Dakota Fields Joplin Semi-Sheer Fringed Curtain Panel, $33.99

4. Pompoms forever.

You can always count on pompoms to bring a dash of boho drama to a window display. This option from Urban Outfitters is excellent for those who need total darkness to sleep. The blackout curtains keep out physical light while the bohemian touches add elements of brightness.



Get the look:Urban Outfitters Blackout Pompom Curtains, $79-$89

5. Get lacy.

And on the other end of the spectrum, we have these very sheer curtains that you can grab from Kohl's. The white lace proves there's room for elegance in a bohemian space, creating a classically cool window scene with a dash of boho drama.


Get the look:CHF Boho Lace Ivory Curtains, starting at $44.99

6. More macramé, please.

Why invest in a set of humdrum curtains when you can have macramé ones instead? This selection from Pottery Barn Teen (no, you don't need to be 13 to shop there) is handcrafted from sustainably sourced 100% cotton. The bottom features a loose fringe that gives it a free-flowing feel.


Get the look:Pottery Barn Teen Boho Macramé Curtain, $119-$129

7. Make it metallic.

Prefer your sheer drapery panels with a little more pizazz? These feature a gold geometric print that's bold at the center and tapers off at both the top and bottom. This specific set offers a bit more coverage than some of the sheer, lace, and macramé options above but still lets in significantly more light than blackout curtains — perfect if you prefer sunlight to wake you up but neighbors not being able to see in.



Get the look:West Elm Echo Print Curtains (set of 2), $75-$95

8. Keep things clean and simple.

When all else fails, you can always depend on simple cotton canvas curtains to create a relaxed window display. This pair instantly makes a space feel laid-back but sophisticated at the same time.


Get the look:Trule Camarena Cotton Semi-Sheer Curtain Panel, $88.99

9. Try tassels.

Never underestimate the impact of tassels in a boho-style room. This eye-catching striped drapery panel is accented with cute yellow tassels and is made of light-filtering fabric to boot.


Get the look:Exclusive Home Demi Light-Filtering Curtain Panel With Tassels, $25.99

10. Go bold with embroidery.

If the rest of your boho decor is somewhat neutral, go bold with some stunning panels to create a focal point in a snap. These gorgeous gold curtains with embroidered birds are just the right kind of daring decor you never knew you needed until this very moment.


Get the look:Anthropologie Lisette Curtain, $138-$188

11. Venture into velvets.

Boho decor can be light and airy, but it can also be rich and dreamy. What better way to make your room a whole mood than with some velvet curtains in rich jewel tones? According to Klarna, "People are adding bright jewel tones to their homes to spice up their decor for 2023," with the purchase of green curtains increasing by a whopping 104%. We love these mossy green panels from West Elm, but deep teals and aquas would be lovely too.

Get the look:West Elm Worn Velvet Curtain, $120-$240

12. Dive into tie-dye.

We've seen everyone rock their tie-dye apparel for a minute now, but what's more eclectic than bringing the look into your decor? These hand-dyed Shibori panels are subtle enough not to overtake the rest of your room's decor, but they add the right amount of unique flair every boho abode needs.

Get the look:Society6 Light Indigo Shibori Blackout Curtain by Dyes Happy, starting at $67


13. Fall in love with florals.

Love the look of printed drapes but aren't sure if they'll mesh with your boho-style interior? This colorful botanical print is sheer enough to work in any style of space, with shoppers noting that the material is "light and floaty." It's like adding an instant garden to your room.

Get the look:Urban Outfitters Freya Window Panel, $49

14. Gauze panels are perfect.

There are few fabrics that literally go with the flow more than gauze. It's the perfect material for your boho space. Find curtains in warm colors, like these persimmon panels we spotted on Urban Outfitters, to add some good vibes to your home. These offer semisheer coverage while still filtering light.

Get the look:Urban Outfitters Chloe Patchwork Gauze Curtain, $49

15. Pick out some block prints.

Add a pop of color and artistry to your window dressing with some handmade block prints. This pick from Etsy features a floral print in vibrant colors, like green, red, and blue, that beautifully contrast the semisheer white background.

Get the look:Block Print Curtain, starting at $42.20



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