Category: Bedrooms

20 of Those Coziest Bedrooms on

After the short days and the chill of winter are upon us, it’s time to cozy up the bedroom. Soft rugs, table and wall lamps, throws, throw pillows, rustic touches, quilts, puffy down duvets, antiques, sloped ceilings, dormer windows, custom moldings, fireplaces and tight but comfortable proportions are all snug and inviting touches in the coziest bedrooms on . I expect you’ll glean inspiration for cozying up your bedroom from such great nests.

Lands End Development – Designers & Builders

A curtained-off nook carved from rich wood is likely a favorite place within this house.

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Sroka Design, Inc..

Jolts of red in the toile bedding, quilt, plaid rug and lacquered door warm this cozy bedroom. A stone fireplace, an overstuffed reading chair along with also a traditional farmhouse fourposter bed finish the cozy room.

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

Ceilings play with a part in bedroom coziness. In cases like this the little loft space beneath the pitched roof transforms into a sweet sleeping area.

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Tom Stringer Design Partners

Obviously, autumnal colours and warm, natural timber are not comfortable necessities; scale, proportion, finishes and furniture design create snuggley spaces. This cottage-chic bedroom has only enough space for the bed and nightstands. The exposed beams and puffy duvet make an inviting little bedroom.

Birdseye Design

Attic nooks, especially with knotty wood tongue and groove ceiling boards, can be comfy sleeping aeries.

Theresa Fine

This farmhouse bedroom envelops sleepers in classic white with all the soft linens, just-right ivory walls and timber finishes on the bed and wall boards.

Schranghamer Design Group, LLC

The narrow design of the room, together with its slanted ceiling, creates an ideal place for bedding down.

Smith & Vansant Architects PC

A dormer window along with slanted walls create a snug nook for a bed in this Cape Cod–style area. Antiques and layers of bed make it inviting.

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Bosworth Hoedemaker

This longstanding favorite cozies up with a wall-hung quilt serving as a headboard.

Mandy Brown Architects, PC

These cuties explained that this classic iron bed is their favorite naptime spot.


Nestling a full-size bed into a corner constantly creates a feeling of coziness, although true, it’s not the most convenient design for a couple. Overhead reading lamps add to the cozy ambience.

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CapeRace Cultural Adventures

A unique tradition in Newfoundland, Canada, is a bed in the kitchen. I have heard from many Newfoundlers they remember fighting over who have the fun privilege of sleeping in the bed.

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A bunk room offers unpretentious roosts for lots of people. These rooms are especially well known in vacation cabins, so as many family and friends members as you can sleep over.

Alan Design Studio

Just as a bedroom is large or has a high ceiling, that doesn’t mean it can not be cozy. A warm wood ceiling, a fieldstone fireplace and layers of soft textiles (curtains, rug, upholstery and bedding) make this space a cozy nest.

Teton Heritage Builders

Log cabin walls and handmade vases allow you to nestle in like a classic homesteader.

Woodsy design and just enough space to scoot by near the mattress guarantee a warm winter’s nap.

Natural textiles like wicker and rattan are cozy cottage touches.

Louise Lakier

Bedroom moldings, like this wainscoting, also lend cozy proportions.

Kate Jackson Design

Wide-planked hardwood flooring and rough-hewn rolls beef up the coziness factor within this conventional bedroom. This room has at least three cozy spots: the classic bed, the chaise longue and the desk nestled in the dormer.

This room combines conventional and contemporary touches. An upholstered headboard and a pile of throw pillows in polka dots and toile hobnob with shelves and light fittings.

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