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3 Cozy Bedrooms We Want To Hibernate In All Winter Long

cozy bedroom ideasIt’s almost full-on sweater weather, so you know what that means. We’re turning in and getting our home ready for total hibernation mode. And where better to start than with the bedroom. It’s the most intimate space in the home and, if you’re like us, you’ll likely want to be spending more time curled up in bed as the days get shorter. All the more reason to make this the coziest room in your home.

To get you inspired to warm up your bedroom, we’ve pulled together these three cozy bedroom ideas, from classic to boho, that are big on comfort. Read on and get ready to winterize your bedroom with these ideas!

cozy bedroom ideasBedroom Idea #1: The Mid-Century Wonderland

If you’re wondering what we mean when we say “warm modernism,” this bedroom is it. Mid-century designs are the core pieces here with their clean lines and warm woods. Mix them with graphic patterns and bold visuals, and you’ll have a bedroom that’s crisp, cool, but totally cozy and inviting.

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A pop of pattern. Plaid is a great option since it’s graphic and reminds us of winter and warm log cabins. A plaid rug and pillows are sure to bring in the warm fuzzy feeling you need to balance out the furniture. Then mix in other patterns for an even cozier feeling.

Warm wood tones. Choose furniture and designs made with warm-toned woods to give your bedroom a welcoming feeling. Acorn woods can instantly warm up any space with a cozy atmosphere, while natural wood grains will add visual texture.

Mural backdrop. Go for a textural art piece, like this oversized mural of a forest, which brings the outdoors in and makes for a visually backdrop in a cozy bedroom. The engraving is a little unexpected and has an antique feel that conjures up a dreamy look.

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A bedroom that has cool tones and streamlined pieces but still feels warm and welcoming.

cozy bedroom ideasBedroom Idea #2: The Classic Cocoon

There’s a reason traditional style bedrooms with all their classic trappings are tried-and-true. In the winter, the perfect mix of classic furnishings and accents can create a sumptuous retreat and make your bedroom feel like a cozy cocoon. Get ready for those luxe textures and layers!

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Upholstered headboard. It doesn’t get any cozier than a padded headboard. Go for one with wings on the sides or try tufted options, both of which add a classic look. They’re our ultimate go-to for warming up a winter bedroom with a plush look. Not to mention, it’ll give you lots of support for leaning back in bed with a book at night.

Layers of textiles. Pile on the pillows, throws, and even a sheepskin. The more layers, the cozier your bedroom, naturally. If you’re not sure where to start, the sheepskin is one of our favorite cozy bedroom ideas since it adds the softest texture and can go anywhere in your space. Try one on a bench at the foot of your bed, draped over an armchair, or even on the floor by your bed for a cozy landing when you step out of bed in the morning.

Traditional rug. There’s something about a rug with a traditional pattern that instantly cozies up a room. Consider a vintage-style rug with an Oriental pattern or go with one that’s a little faded and washed-out for a subtle touch that adds tons of warmth to your floors.

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An elegant space that feels decorated and inspires you to spend time in, morning and night.

cozy bedroom ideasBedroom Idea #3: The Bohemian Hideaway

Part glam, part eclectic, this bedroom is our idea of the perfect bohemian winter escape. There are luxurious textures mixed with pretty accent pieces, warm neutrals, and a vibrant array of plants and greenery. It’s the perfect combination of calm, comfort, and chic style.

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Dark wall color. Nothing dials up the cozy in a bedroom like a dark-wall color. It creates an intimate and enveloping atmosphere that makes you want to snuggle up in bed all-day. If you’re looking to go big on cozy hibernating vibes, don’t hesitate!

Natural textures. Whether it’s a hint of warm raw wood or a chunky wool knit throw, or a handwoven wall hanging, you want to bring in natural textures that add depth and coziness to your space. Think linen, live-edge woods for a rustic pop and then even some velvet and leather for a bit of luxe contrast. Texture for days.

Gold and brass accents. It goes without saying that the right about of metallic accents can go a long way in the bedroom. Instead of silver or black, opt for warm metals, like gold and brass. They’ll lend the perfect cozy glimmer to your space.

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That blend of relaxing and glam style in your bedroom.

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Get Ready to Snuggle Up With Our Best Cozy Room Decor Ideas

Winter is finally here and that means it’s time to snuggle up and get cozy at home. For interiors, that means playing with a warm palette, piling on lots of plush pillows and blankets, and adding just the right amount of mood lighting.

Read on for inspiring ways to bring all these elements into your home and usher in comfort and coziness – no matter your space or your style. Trust us, it’s easier than you think.

cozy roomClassic & Comfy

Try taking a refined approach with a focus on rich, cozy details. With the right large-scale upholstery, a dark palette, and lots of good lighting and glimmering metallic touches, you can create a room that’s tailored (but not overly formal) while still feeling warm and welcoming.

Look to a Luxe Palette:

Keep to more substantial color schemes, such as gray, slate and deep blue-gray tones paired with ashy hues, charcoals, and black. Combine these hues for a luxe, streamlined feel, that’s not too rigid. The effect will be one that evokes a sophisticated lounge and polished speakeasy.

Look to Luxe Details:

Add texture with pieces that have lots of rich details, such as a patterned rug, a button-tufted linen sofa, or club chairs with enveloping seat backs. Mix it all with furnishings accented with leather, brass, and gold, which can lend a warm finish to your space. The idea is to let these smaller, distinct details shine amid the dark palette of the room.

Perfect For: Open floor plans, industrial loft spaces, living areas with high ceilings.

Love the look? Learn more about the Industrial Classic style.

cozy roomEclectic & Cozy

If you’re working with a small space, consider cozying up the room with an eclectic mix of furnishings that impart color and warmth. Rather than light and airy pieces, focus on bringing in designs with strong colors and big patterns that give your space an intimate vibe.

Opt for Warm Tones:

When it comes to cozying up a smaller space, no need to shy away from color. Warm tones, such as deep yellows, greens, and reds can come together to create an inviting, eclectic palette.

Opt for a Warm Mix:

Layer, layer, layer. It’s about a perfect mismatched mix of comfy furnishings and warm accents that make a cozy statement. Think a modern lamp with a traditional table, a woven chair paired with a streamlined one. Then try piling on big patterns (a colorful rug), soft textures (fluffy pillows), and rich materials (woven chairs and accents) to create a space that’s intimate and impactful.

Perfect For: Small city apartments, studio spaces, multipurpose spaces.

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cozy roomGlamorous & Relaxing

Go for chic style and a convivial vibe by creating a gathering place that’s rich in color, shimmer, and strong textures. Here, it’s about setting a glamorous tone while maintaining casual comforts for a family-friendly space.

Go for Bold Hues:

Jewel-tones, such as cobalt, ruby, sapphire, and amethyst, can be surprisingly versatile in a living space. Plus, deep saturated hues will also provide a space with an instant cozy vibe. Opt for a sofa in a bold neutral, such as a dark navy blue, and pillows and accents in other ravishing bright tones, which will allow you to easily change up the look to be festive or family-friendly.

Go for Bold Textures:

Think lustrous velvet for your sofas and chairs, a plush rug or embroidered pillows, and nubby ottomans. The result is a stylish mix of fabrics with distinct finishes, from soft to strong. Having a wide variety of textures is a great way to balance out bright colors and jewel tones. Round it all out with a few gold and metallic pieces.

Perfect For: A family room, an open living room in a house, a large den.

cozy roomModern & Warm

No need to sacrifice coziness when it comes to modern furnishings. In fact, if a simple, modern style is what you’re going for, try modern designs that hit rustic notes, have generous scale and proportions, and come in warm neutrals hues.

Combine Cozy Neutrals:

From ivory and off-white to grays and browns, neutrals with warm undertones paired with natural woods bring a sense of rustic coziness. Bonus: Add lots of dim lighting and glowing candles to draw focus to the neutral palette.

Combine Cozy Materials:

Select furnishings made with sumptuous materials. Try adding a leather armchair, a deep clean-lined sofa in off-white, a light cowhide rug, and smooth ceramics. The idea is to choose materials that are soft and underscore a cozy vibe, then pile on cushy pillows and blankets to complete a rich, layered look that will make you want to curl up day and night.

Perfect For: A small family room, a library or guest room, an office den.

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