Denim options for cowgirl bedroom

denim comforter setIf you aren’t looking to make your cowgirl bedroom all pink and girly, there is at least one good way to start.

Denim provides a great base to build a cowgirl room around. It evokes a cowgirl’s jeans, offers a neutral color to build on and can work with other themes if she ever grows out of the cowgirl phase. Not to mention, it can easily be handed down to a little brother with no fuss.

One of the best denim comforter sets I found was over at Target, although it looks a little bright for my taste with this particular theme. Maybe washing a few times would soften the color at bit. It’s a denim bonanza, for sure. You could go with cow print sheets; you get a good idea of what that might look like thanks to the zebra ones in the picture.

denim comforter setIf you want to limit the denim to the comforter, this Tommy Hilfiger denim comforter might fit the bill. It’s a bit darker, which I personally liked, and could be paired with prints on the bedskit and pillows instead of just denim everywhere.

denim quilt setFor a big more stylish look, check out this denim enzyme wash quilt from Bacati. The colors are faded thanks to the wash and you can get it in red or blue. The embroidery breaks up the expanse of the bed (excellent for a larger bed size) and is a bit reminiscent of bandana print. This one definitely could be transitioned over to a teen bedroom without any trouble.

Denim Comforter Set
At Target.com
Twin-King sizes

Tommy Hilfiger All American Denim Comforter
At BeddingStyle.com

Bundle-38 Medallions Denim / Deep Enzyme Wash Twin Quilt in Red
Available at Amazon

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