Below are some of the popular symbols of the 1960s and 1970s featured in Hippie Bedding Decor.
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An era of change, as all ages are, the ’60s and ’70s are represented by numerous designs. Some of those styles include the peace sign, tie-dye, geometric, shag, and the bright colors of avocado, gold, and orange.
With the use of bright colors and ’60s and 70’s patterns, a creative hippie bedroom can be intertwined with modern-day items. Or, you can go into full decorating mode and design a complete time-warp experience.
The main areas to start with when decorating a bedroom are bedding, floors, and walls. First, choose the colors, next select a focal point and then decide how to tie it all together. For example, if the bedding is heavy in patterns, it’s good to choose solid colors to anchor the space.
Choose from these creative, stylish designs. Then, depending on the decor, you can choose lighter shades for the bedding or darker if your room requires a little extra pop.
Below are several design choices in the Hippie Bedding theme. If you’re viewing this page via a mobile device, scroll to view all the product choices:
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