In theory, your bedroom should be the most comfortable room in your house, but it’s easy to sacrifice comfort when your design aesthetic comes into play. Form over function literally any day of the week—but that doesn’t have to be the case. These bedrooms prove you can have all the cozy vibes, and all of the chicness in one. Getting out of bed in the morning just got that much more difficult.
Cozy vibes hack: Add a giant, chunky knit throw. Even though this bedroom is massive, it still feels intimate thanks to a mostly all-white color scheme, and maybe the most comfortable looking bed ever.
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Even if your space is mostly neutral, you can add character—and coziness—thanks to natural textures. This room features alpaca pillows & a throw, a suede shade, and linen.
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Soft blues and pinks add dimension without overpowering this room. Sheer panels and a wrought-iron bed up the cottage vibes.
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Unexpected, totally, but an earthy, forest green is seriously all the cozy feels. Combine it with rich, patterned textiles and we’re done for.
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No one would have guessed this room used to be a sad little attic. With a dressing room below and a spot for sleeping up top, this two-level bedroom is a boho dream come true.
We’ll go camping if it looks like this. The alfresco bedroom is outfitted with all-weather fabric, so even if it’s disgusting outside, you’ll still be nice and cozy.
Fact: canopy beds aren’t just for kids. This Georgia beach house features a four-poster canopy bed topped with yards of white voile drape that looks like an actual cloud.
White paint might seem like the only way to make a tiny room feel lighter and airier, but light blue can have the same effect, and feels totally calming.
Nothing makes you want to curl up in bed like soft textures. Though this room is OTT glam, the velvet headboard and faux fur blanket make it another level of cozy.
Bunk beds never looked so chic. The South Carolina bedroom has bold blue bunk beds accented with a geometric pattern, and features built-in bookshelves for late-night reading.
Turn that awkward corner into your favorite spot in your house with a hanging chair. It’s the ultimate place to read or take a nap.
This canopy bed draped with sheer panels ups the romantic vibes in the Florida vacation home. Skip the overhead canopy and stick with side panels for a more modern approach.
How to make a small bedroom even cozier: linen-covered walls. The texture feels more homey than traditional wallpaper.
In this master bedroom, lavender accents contrast against walls in a grey tweed. All the rich textures makes the room feel extra cozy.
This bold spindle bed is the focal point of this Vermont farmhouse bedroom. The contrast between this and the rest of the room’s soft colors and velvet fabrics makes it feel all kinds of romantic.
It feels cozy to do pattern on pattern and texture on texture. This bedroom proves how to do it without creating total chaos in your room.
Floral wallpaper turns a small guest room in a Hollywood Hills farmhouse into a romantic retreat. The pattern gives the room so much texture, it feels welcoming and inviting.
In this New York beach house, the warm wood walls were sanded and covered in a diluted wash. White bed linens look even more crisp and fresh when they’re paired with wood.
This master bedroom is entirely wood-paneled. It feels almost like the inside of a treehouse.
Curtains aren’t just for your windows—in this bedroom, curtains cocoon the bookshelves, as well. The overall effect is private and intimate.