Let’s be real for a moment. How many of you could honestly say that most mornings you aren’t tempted to want to just stay in bed all day long? After all, who really wants to get up to go to work and perform daily tasks that they frankly will leave you exhausted and wanting to stay right where you are. But alas, you’re an adult now and you have responsibilities. But, that doesn’t mean you still can’t make your dream bedroom. Because as we all know there’s nothing better than coming home to a cozy bedroom.
So, in the effort to help you make your bedroom even more cozy, and harder to want to leave, here are some tips just for you.
Keep It Simple
Nothing screams comfort like simple neutral colors and a fuzzy photo coverlet. Add in a brick fireplace or a faux brick wall, and you’ll be swimming in cozy.
Throw In Some Texture
To create a soft romantic feel, throw in cozy textures, such as a cable net throw, that’s a neutral or soft color. This will bring in old world feel to your bedroom, and usher in the comforts of the past.
Have Cozy Comforters On Hand
To bring in an extra layer of softness, have extra cozy comforters at the ready. Throw in some additional pillows, and some faux fur rugs and you could have a refreshing new take on comfort.
Try Woodsy Wallpaper
There’s nothing more natural than the outdoors. So, to bring in an outdoorsy, yet inviting feel. Try birch-patterned wallpaper. Complement it with a reclaimed wood bed frame, and some hand knotted rugs, and you’ll be bringing in the beauty of the outdoors into your own room.
Let’s be honest. There’s nothing more comforting than the feelings of a warm childhood. So, bring in some of the past into your present. Add reclaimed/antique decor accents, like signs, lamps, and chests, for an undone, yet rustic elegance.
Add Organic Texture
Bring in a fuss-free, cozy vibe by layering organic textures, such as linen and rope, with raw materials, like brick, wood, in stone. One striking feature you could try is faux brick wall, to add in lots of texture, without killing your wallet.
Decorate With Antiques
You don’t need to buy brand-new expensive stuff to make your bedroom a cozier place. Instead hit up thrift stores and secondhand stores to find antiques such as ship-lap walls, antique blankets, chairs, mirrors, and other unique pieces that will help bring life into your room.
Bring In A Bedside Bookcase
Get creative and unique by bringing in a bedside bookcase, rather than a traditional nightstand. After all, nothing’s more cozy than snuggling with a good book before bed.
Get A Headboard
While this may seem fairly simple, you can actually add a lot of texture and color by bringing in a handsome headboard. It will add an elegant touch to your room, while bringing in a cozy aesthetic. Mix and match it with some matching throws and pillows, and you’ll be swimming in comfort.
These helpful hints are just a few of the many things you could try to help cozy up your bedroom. Before you start your redecorating process, go and look for ideas. See what you like and learn how to bring in those elements in a cost-effective way. And trust us when we say that if you try out some of these ideas, you may never want to leave your bedroom ever again.