30 Cozy Spaces That Will Make You A Homebody
Come fall, we can’t wait to cocoon ourselves — and our spaces — in woolly knits and layers upon layers. From throw blankets to nubby upholstery, nothing says comfort quite like being at home. Grab a cuppa, cozy up by the fire and enjoy these 30 rooms that will make a homebody out of you. After all, sometimes the best plans are no plans at all!
This Whistler living room is the perfect retreat after a day on the slopes. With a handsome stone fireplace that reaches up to the warm wood ceilings, and a mix of plush rugs scattered across the floor, this space feels like a modern ski chalet.
Mjölk owners John Baker and Juli Daoust-Baker know a thing or two about cozy minimalism. Their farmhouse living room is the perfect example of rustic chic, with a wooly love seat adding to the natural beauty of the exposed beams and stone walls.
For an instant dose of cold weather cocooning, a dark textured throw turns this entryway’s rustic bench into a comfortable spot to put on your boots. Plus, a collection of white pumpkins pays homage to the season.
Between the rustic wood floors and touchably soft faux fur throws, this living room alcove is injected with farmhouse comfort. Imagine spending an afternoon on one of the textured chairs with a good book and cup of hot cocoa.
We can practically smell the fresh, woodsy scent of this cozy living room. With linen sofas inviting you to curl up and a roaring flame on the striking limestone fireplace, this space is the ideal setting for joyous holiday gatherings.
Let’s set the scene — golden leaves rustle outside this inviting bedroom’s French doors, while the sun illuminates the white walls. A fur throw gives the duvet added warmth and texture, while the eclectic bench exudes Old World charm.
Raw wood floors, intricate rugs and a standout fireplace create a cozy gathering place in this dining-room-turned-kitchen. White cabinets and island add a fresh feel.
An eclectic collection of dining chairs and dark accent wall create an inviting dining space in homeowner and actor Amélie B. Simard’s Montreal loft. “It’s important that you feel right in a space,” says Amélie. “It’s not just about the look, it’s all about the ambience.”
A fresh coat of Farrow & Ball’s Railings turns this principal bedroom into a moody oasis. Plus, the unfinished fireplace exudes rustic comfort — all you need is a few candles and you just might not be able to get out of bed. Sounds like the life, right?
Piles of pillows and a geometric Ralph Lauren rug create a snug atmosphere for afternoon naps.
Pink, purple and gold-hued marble draw the eye in to this fireplace’s striking surround.
A burnout velvet-upholstered headboard and olive green duvet envelop this moody bedroom, creating an inviting space you’d never want to leave.
Despite being tattered and faded, this blown-up print of a vintage textile from The University of Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum feels oh-so-perfect to sit next to with a cup of tea.
A throw blanket draped effortlessly over a dining chair is a thoughtful touch when cooler weather creeps in.
A red and ochre rug is the perfect cozy counterpoint to the sleek fireplace in this living room.
This hallway’s gold-leafed mirror, beautifully worn vintage rug and contemporary woven bench are a welcomed sight after a crisp autumn stroll.
This kitchen, complete with warm oak flooring, leather barstools and copper kettles, is the perfect place to sip a pumpkin spice latte.
This kitchen banquette’s velvet upholstery and seriously soft filling rival the comfiest of sofas.
A floating fireplace begs diners to slip away into this dreamy living room after a fall feast.
Exposed wooden beams and an eclectic patchwork rug imbue this den with endless warmth.
Layering additional throw pillows and a sheepskin on top of a rug adds to the plush comfort of this rural space.
This den proves that even a cool color like cobalt can be ultra cozy.
The large tufted ottoman in this sitting room begs guests to put their feet up and stay a while— rain or shine!
A roaring fire and plenty of comfortable seating are the epitome of fall comfort.
Rich raw wood just about everywhere makes this cabin the ideal place to escape to in the fall.
Nothing says “stay a while” quite like this cottage’s large cribbage board — just imagine the hours spent playing game after game on a rainy day.
A sheepskin and throw blanket are soft additions to this clean-lined cottage dining room.
This powder room’s deep green walls and maroon vintage rug feel appropriately autumnal.
A roaring fireplace and touches of gold and deep red make this trad living room a sweet place to snuggle up in.