If there were only one place you could make extremely cosy in your homes, it would have to be the bedroom isn’t it?
Your bedroom is a place to rest our weary bones after a hard day of work, study, and party. It is also a sanctuary where one can unwind, chill and recharge after the day is through. In theory, the most comfortable room in your house should be the bedroom. However, there are a lot of minute aspects involved to make your bedroom cosy and remarkably comfortable. Layers of textures, the use of appropriate furniture, and lots of creativity are needed to turn your space into a sleep haven.
Whether you have an enormous master bedroom that is begging to be transformed into a cosy area or you want to get the most out of a small bedroom these ideas will give you all the cosy vibes. Take a peek and start designing.
Keep Your Bed Close To The Window
If you want your bedroom to be the cosiest of them all place your bed near a window. Doing this gives you ample natural light during the day and the option to stargaze in the night. The image shows how cozy is defined. A single bed against a high window is accompanied by a wrought iron side table in white ordained with vase. Fluffy cushions and pillows with a floral bed sheet make this room comfortable and cosy. Perfect for Sunday siestas!
A Dramatic Brick Wall With Funky Art
There are countless reasons why brick walls in a bedroom go beyond the ordinary. A worn-out brick wall offers more than contrast, and brings in a quirky twist to your bedroom interior design. The exposed brick wall reminds us of cosy cottages in the countryside and of winter afternoons sipping mulled wine.
Also Read: Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas For Your Home
White On White To Exude Calmness
White is bright, relaxing and gives you lots of room to play around with decor and accessories. An all-white bedroom might not be your first choice as a cosy colour scheme. However, do note that the term ‘cosy’ is less of a design aesthetic and more of a feeling. This bedroom designed in white and wood gives it a simple, zen-like vibe. Casually placed frames on the wall, a tall floor lamp in a corner and a thick rug that sits on the hardwood floor makes this room inviting.