Starting your new bedroom decor with a bold comforter set like the rich hues seen in this purple tie dye bedding. The variegated purple and lavender bands seen here with this bed set are a true representation of the tie dye technique without you having to expose yourself to a mess (in case you’re not too familiar with the tie dye process, it can get mighty ugly, mighty quickly).
This particular 2-piece purple bed set is an ideal choice if you’re stuck with (or prefer) white walls. A bold focal piece will take the eye from the plain wall and redirect it to the comforter along with its matching, purple tie dye pillow sham.
I’ve featured the twin size bed set here, but it’s also available in twin XL (extra long), double, queen and king sizes, too for a bit more of an investment. So, from under $50 for the twin size comforter set, you’ll be set with a highly-visual focal point in your tween or teen girl’s bedroom.
A note about color: Boys may like the rich tones of purple, as well–I’m not keen on assigning color to a given gender, and most kids go through color phases on into teenage years. The most popular color for preteen girls is purple, so it’s no surprise this purple tie dye bed set is wildly popular.
Good thing it’s so budget friendly!
Pair up this comforter set with solid purple window sheers to keep the tie dye design unique to the space. You can find both rich purple and lavender window panels at the link here. For an amazing finish, alternate the window sheers, hanging a light purple panel with dark purple (on the same window). The panels will mirror the purple tie dye pattern seen in your comforter set.
Oh: window sheers are uber-cheap as well, and often you can get them for less than $10.