We usually think of coziness when fall or winter arrives, but the truth is, we need coziness every day, including spring and summer. How can you make your room more comfortable and what elements can you incorporate into your decor to make it cozy?
Cover the walls
To make the space cozy and cozy, cover the walls with wallpaper, wood, or even fabric if you like. Wallpaper is a very trendy idea, even opting for a single statement wall will make the room more welcoming and bold. Wood of all colors and designs never goes out of style and such walls bring rustic cosiness everywhere – from the living room to the bathroom (you can use tiles imitating wood there). Upholstered walls are not common, so your space will look like no other. In addition, the padding makes the room more soundproof.
dim the light
While bright, cool lights can help you be more productive at work, filling your home with cool light will only put a strain on you and your family. To enhance the sense of hygge in your home, turn off or dim your bright overhead lights and swap out cool lightbulbs for warmer alternatives. You can further enhance this effect by using candles and small table lamps to add comfort and calm to your home.
Set up upholstered furniture
Anything that is padded is always more comfortable than anything that isn’t. Therefore, when choosing furniture, give preference to upholstered parts. Before choosing the necessary elements, think about what kind of ambience you want to create and how you want to use the space. For example, if you entertain a lot, you might want a sectional sofa. If you prefer a super cozy look, a small sofa with comfortable cushions is perfect.
Count on soft and comfortable textures and fabrics that are just what you need to make your space more inviting and inviting. A soft and fluffy throw will make the living room feel extra inviting, and layered rugs will make your bedroom feel like a haven of relaxation. Don’t forget pillows, cushions and bedspreads to make your room super cozy.
Start a fire
Nothing is cozier than a fireplace, no matter where you place it – in the living room, bedroom or even in the bathroom. Whether it’s real or electric, ethanol or pellet, it’s sure to work! Turn it on and watch your worries melt away as you and your family sit down at night. No chimney? No worries! Virtual fireplace videos fill the internet, you can easily get one anytime.
Comfort is often about familiarity. So, hanging up some family portraits and precious artworks to remind you of the important things in life will make your home cozier. If you have heirloom furniture or vintage decorations that you love, add those to the room as well.