10 Spaces That Prove Cozy Style Works All Year Long

Sunny days are ahead, but the weather is still chilly enough that spending a lazy afternoon curled up under a blanket with a good thriller and a warm chai latte sounds pretty ideal.

And since cozy, well-decorated spaces make unwinding all the more enjoyable, we’re sharing a few of our favorite soothing rooms that may inspire you to take your own place to the next level.


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Sunny Simplicity

Blogger Madison Hope’s Vancouver living room is the sun-drenched space we’re craving this winter. Hope frequently adorns her home with fresh flowers, which will add instant cheer to any room.

Though her space is rooted in neutrals, Hope artfully introduces pops of color in the form of ceramics and textiles, which add subtle pops of brightness to the room.

Lovely Lounge

Believe it or not, the image above is actually of blogger Lea Johnson’s basement—if only all underground spaces looked this good. Her space is contemporary yet cozy, and the warm mustard yellow sofa is an unexpected addition that looks stunning and provides enough room for the whole family to lounge.

Keep things cozy in your space by piling on lots of textural accents, from furniture to throw blankets to rugs.

English Charm

Mollie Sheperdson, the blogger behind Mollie Moore, recently moved into a new London flat that boasts a beautiful conservatory with an exposed brick wall and expansive skylights. We love the personal touches she’s added to space, which include soft blankets and pillows, and favorite trinkets.

Light-Filled Living

Here comes the sun—and Instagrammer Hannah Hamburger’s light-filled space is bringing us all of the joy. Simple, natural touches like an olive tree add instant charm, and a sectional indicates that kicking back and relaxing is highly encouraged.

Boho Beauty

Instagrammer Lowe Saddler of Hot Sunday Home is all about the boho look, and her living space is filled with gorgeous on-trend touches, including rattan, pampas grass, and burnt orange accents.

The soft gray sofa of this space balances out the moody marble coffee table and keeps the area cohesive yet visually intriguing.

Southwestern Soul

Instagrammer Lidia Salazar’s Arizona bedroom is making us crave an afternoon nap, ASAP. Salazar skillfully implemented desert tones and a Southwestern motif into her space without it looking cheesy or too thematic. Her midcentury modern-style nightstands play off the shape of her bed perfectly.

Musical Maximalism

Maximalist spaces can be cozy, too. Photographer Wesley Taylor thoughtfully displays many of his favorite records and collectible pieces in his space, which creates a welcoming, lived-in look. You know you want to throw on some tunes, slip into sweats, and spend a lazy evening lounging here.

Charming and Classic

Blogger Anna Page decorated her NYC living room with pieces that play to the apartment’s historic architecture. The calming, cohesive space is full of stunning pieces, from her velvet swivel chair to her sparkly light fixture. Add a stylish throw and plenty of pillows, and you’re all set to relax.

Plant Happy

Living room with lots of hanging plants.

Artist Carolina Arevalo keeps her studio nice and comfy, thanks to causal floor cushions in fun pastel colors and plenty of plants. Adding a natural touch will make your space feel more calming in just seconds, and there’s no such thing as too many green friends—the more, the merrier.

Simple Scandi

Prefer a minimalist, Scandinavian look? Blogger Lauren Gill masters this vibe perfectly in her space. A Moroccan rug is a treat for tired feet, and thoughtful accents such as a beaded chain and oversized plant, make the room feel extra homey.

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