Winter Is Coming! Cozy Up In These Bedrooms You’ll Never Want To Leave
When the mercury dips, there’s nothing we like more than hibernating under the covers. It’s easy to create a look that encourages cocooning. Bring in saturated paint colors, textured accents and comfy bedding, and you’ll be one step closer to never leaving your bedroom again! Need more inspiration? Check out these cozy bedrooms that will inspire you to add a dose of hygge to your own sleep space.
In this dreamy, rustic bedroom, planks of whitewashed wood clad the angled ceiling, while a generous faux fur throw and plush duvet add wintry comfort.
Designer Darcie Watson created a never-want-to-leave, luxurious principal bedroom in her Edwardian home. Classic travertine clads the fireplace, which is further warmed up by wood, leather and rope accents throughout the space.
This bedroom’s grey-painted accent wall has a cocooning effect, blending into the tonal headboard and offering subtle contrast with the chandelier. Cushy accent pillows, an upholstered armchair and the patterned rug contribute to the sink-in feeling.
Luxe linens and a floor-to-ceiling pony hide-covered headboard amp up the cozy factor in this stunning principal bedroom designed by Julie Charbonneau.
A four-poster bed piled with handmade blankets and oversized pillows against a dark green feature wall creates an ideal sleep sanctuary for this busy Montreal homeowner.
Frank Muytjens, former menswear designer for J.Crew, turned up the comfort factor in his guest room with moody walls, vibrant throws and a sheepskin. Bookshelves corralling his collection of cooking, design and fashion books add even more warmth and character.
This cozy bedroom, complete with a sleek four-poster bed, is lavished with Italian touches. Grasscloth wallpaper and a handwoven rug are comfortable and enveloping.
During the renovation of his family’s cabin, designer Fenwick Bonnell decorated this diminutive bedroom with custom tufted headboards and textured soft furnishings. With a backdrop of log walls, this charming space has an inviting, rustic vibe.
Reminiscent of a formal Parisian salon, designer Tommy Smythe and his team used a range of textures and fabrics in smoky blues in this soft-as-a-cloud bedroom. Grasscloth walls, luxe drapery and touches of sparkle contribute to the soothing, sophisticated look.
This bedroom’s wallpaper mural looks hand painted, creating an atmospheric mis-en-scène. A classic botanical fabric wrapping the armchair and relaxed bedding bring the napping-in-the-forest feeling home.
“Calm oasis” is an understatement when it comes to this serene principal bedroom. Designer Kim Lambert cozied up a contemporary fireplace and clean-lined furniture with full-height drapery, plush bedding and a tonal rug.
In this comfy space, deep blue walls create a moody envelope while the burnout velvet–upholstered headboard and pink pillow supply a lush, tactile element. The relaxed texture of the olive green duvet cover is appealingly modern.
This condo bedroom captures an inviting boutique hotel vibe. Four decorative plywood doors stained a dark hue and mounted in a row create a handsome, oversized headboard. “The wood grounds the small room, creates drama and makes it feel bigger,” says designer Alexandre Blazys.
Curtis Elmy and Trevor Ciona of Saskatoon’s Atmosphere Interior Design keep their principal bedroom cool and comfortable with olive-toned grasscloth walls, a tufted leather bed frame and a mix of dark, graphic patterns.
A beautiful batik wall hanging adds plenty of drama in this stunning bedroom. Layers of bedding and cabin-like panelling add to the room’s wintry vibe while a pretty blush throw delivers another hit of texture.
Designer Danielle Nicholas Bryk layered off-black walls, an ornate chandelier, colorful patterned textiles and eye-catching photography to create a sophisticated yet relaxed bedroom for herself and her husband, actor Greg Bryk.
This bedroom is warm and cozy, thanks to twin botanical-print fabric panels mounted on chocolate brown walls. An elegant upholstered armchair and bedding in a range of colors and textures encourage even more cocooning.
In designer Jay Hodgins’ rustic bedroom, horizontal slats behind the bed were painted in Benjamin Moore’s Kendall Charcoal (HC-166). A creamy grey-taupe on the walls and ceiling provides contrast but lush accent pillows in a varying textures and patterns bring the cozy feeling to the forefront.
“I wanted our principal bedroom to feel like a cozy cocoon, so I covered the walls in textured grasscloth,” says designer Joel Bray of his refined, moody retreat.
Garrow Kedigian painted the walls and ceiling of this bedroom a dark green shade to bring character and intimacy to the space. A plush, upholstered bench at the foot of the bed, quilted coverlet and piles of accent pillows add a cozy elegance.
Senior design editor Stacey Smithers brings warm sophistication to her guest room with a pretty no-sew canopy. The graphic floral fabric, dark wood furniture and textured rug make you want to stay in this space forever.
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Wood installed on the wall in a herringbone pattern makes a statement in this beautiful bedroom. Constructed out of old timbers from the homeowners’ family farm, the bench adds a rustic touch, while layers of linen, cotton and faux fur on the bed are a soft counterpoint to the abundance of wood.
Senior design editor Stacey Smithers transformed editor-in-chief Beth Hitchcock’s bedroom into a dreamy retreat with a vintage French feeling. A velvet-upholstered headboard, subtly textured wallpaper from Pierre Frey and soft linens combine to create a soothing, restful space.
In this striking bedroom, lighter linens are traded for layers of crushed and quilted velvet. Sinking into this lush bedding is a welcome escape from chilly winter nights, with jewel-tone hues inviting you to linger.