There’s nothing quite like coming home after a long day and cozying up in your own bed. Having a haven-like bedroom is integral to getting that well-deserved rest and relaxation. And that’s exactly why so many designers make efforts to integrate coziness into even the chicest of bedrooms. Whether it be by way of plush throw pillows or a fuzzy rug, designers are all about piling in the luxe layers.
Regardless of whether you’re looking to improve your sleep quality, design a comfortable place to WFH, or cue up a legitimate hibernation den, the coziness factor of a bedroom can be leveled up in a few fundamental ways. Talk to any home decor expert and they’ll tell you that lighting will always be key. Turn off your overhead fixture and opt instead for a pair of bedside lamps, or strategically install a pendant light to create a relaxing ambiance. If you’re blessed enough to have a bedroom with plenty of natural light, thank the design deities and utilize it!
Of course, the star of any bedroom is—you guessed it—the bed. Employing a stately bed with warm wood tones will create comfort, while a dramatic canopy bed will make your beauty sleep feel even more luxurious. Just as important are the things that layer on top of your bed as well. A feather-soft duvet, cashmere blanket, and plush pillows will all make your bedroom a snug sanctuary.
Looking to warm up your own personal retreat, but need a few more ideas? Get inspired by this round-up of inviting bedrooms devised by top interior designers. Scroll down to see how they incorporated warmth into these uber-chic and stylish spaces.
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A leather-style nightstand is layered in front of wood-paneled walls in this bedroom designed by the D.C.-based firm Huntley & Co. Interior Design.
To create an ultra-comfy mood in an oceanside retreat, Jacksonville-based firm Jaycox Architects & Associates reproduced a quilt-like textile for the room’s bedding, lounge chair and bench.
Bright & Breezy
To cue up an easy, breezy bedroom perfectly suited for coastal living, designer Lily Spindle paired a traditional Kazak rug with a plush, channeled headboard and oversized art to create a cool-yet-cozy atmosphere.
Designer Sara Gilbane illustrates the unrivaled cozy-crafting powers of a canopy bed in this traditionally chic bedroom.
Rays of Light
Plenty of canvas pillows and a navy throw make this light-filled bedroom designed by Anja Michals feel stylishly snug.
A handcrafted, cream-colored wallpaper and expansive antique rug cocoon this Malibu primary bedroom designed by Bradley Bayou in unrivaled warmth.
Boston-based designer Nicole Hogarty utilized two matching twin beds in this fun, yet sophisticated childrens’ bedroom. A painted ceiling that plays into the room’s overarching aeronautic theme helps to up the cozy factor.
Heart of Gold
Gold accents steal the show in this ultra-chic primary bedroom designed by Candace Cavanaugh. Stylish accessories packed into a bedside writing desk and a gold satin duvet make this bedroom feel extra snug.
A floral-patterned duvet set partnered with a rich burl wood dresser make this room designed by Chicago-based firm MILIEU feel lived-in and unabashedly cozy.
Houston-based studio Dodson Interiors employed a frilled cotton duvet set, rustic nightstand and sisal rug to construct a haven-like bed-chamber.
Los Angeles-based designer Elizabeth Law used a moss green velvet bed and a patchwork of vintage rugs to add layers of color and warmth to this sweet retreat.
Into the Woods
Wood accents in the form of ceiling beams, a hanging chair and a climbable loft lend playfulness and creativity to this bedroom designed by the San Francisco firm Evans Aamodt Design.
Textiles on Textiles
For this eclectic yet grounded master bedroom, designer Sarah Walker layered rich, exotic textiles sourced from all over the globe to create coziness.
Brass accents lend warmth in this relaxing and airy bedroom designed by Benjamin Johnston.
A forest green bunk bed coupled with a woodland-inspired wallpapered ceiling makes for a funky and snug combination in this bedroom designed by firm Murphy Deesign.
A scalloped bed frame, floral fabric-draped nightstand and a pale pink wall makes this bedroom designed by the Los Angeles-based studio Night Palm feel granny chic in the best possible way.
Get Hygge With It
A textured duvet paired with a high-pile area rug lends this luxurious bedroom designed by Chicago-based Studio Sven, both coziness and warmth.
To emphasize this Tudor-style bedroom’s lofty ceiling beams, Pennsylvania-based firm Period Architecture employed an extravagant wood and velvet bed frame.
To level up a Chicago retreat, the firm Craig & Co. filled an under-utilized corner with a plush, chartreuse slipper chair.
The Crown Jewel
A Brutalist chandelier and strategic pops of saturated color lend this otherwise all-white bedroom designed by the Tampa-based Courier Design Studio an undeniable coziness.
To offset sleek Mid-Century Modern-inspired furnishings in a downstairs bedroom, firm Koo de Kir Architectural Interiors opted for a dramatic fur-covered bench and a dense and artful area rug.
In this children’s room devised by Pennsylvania-based Far Studio, a chalkboard acts like moody art, while a bevy of stuffed animals and pillows work to cue up a snug feeling.
Exuberant elegance is on full display in this welcoming primary bedroom designed by Chicago-based firm James Thomas Interiors.
Textured wallpaper and a globe pendant fill this bedroom designed by Laurie Blumenfeld with spunk, while a collection of colorful throw pillows adds coziness.
For an airy California bedroom with a movable wall, designer Stefani Stein employed a rustic wood platform bed to create a cozy room-within-a-room effect.
Soothing shades of pink and green paired with warm oak tones make for a breezy and casually cozy bedroom designed by Kristen Elizabeth.
A custom forest green upholstered bed and Art Deco details transform this Malibu bedroom designed by firm Interior Archaeology into a snug sanctuary.
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