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With the temperature starting to drop, all I can think about is warm, cosy and intimate spaces. As much as I love Canadian winters, with photos like these I'm inspired grab a book and dive under the covers for the long haul. Maybe they'll warm you up too:

This space from H&H's special condos issue has beautiful and warm earth tones. The chocolate wall colour grounds the room while accents of green, beige and chartreuse give off great character. The crisp white bedding and abundance of pillows makes the bed feel luxurious and comfy.

Oh, how romantic! A soft sheer canopy along with an imperfectly made bed gives this space a lived-in intimate feeling.

The glamorous chandelier, high vaulted ceilings and well-placed accessories puts this polished room by designer and cookbook author Sophie Conran on of my favourites list.

This look from West Elm is sophisticated and relaxed. A fabric headboard and hits of neutrals soften the industrial feel of the brick wall and view to exterior fire escapes. A pop of colour in the bedding helps keep the space fun and relaxed.

For more cosy inspiration, see our 16 Gorgeous Bedrooms photo gallery.

Photo credits:
1. House & Home Condos 2009 issue, photography by Harry Gils
2. House & Home August 2009 issue, photography by Angus Fergusson
3. Houseandhome.com, design by Sophie Conran
4. Organic Painted Swirl Duvet Cover, West Elm

Author: 

Jessica Howey

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