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Take A Look At Some Cosy Living Room Ideas To Warm Up Your WinterMonday 24 December 2018
Take A Look At Some Cosy Living Room Ideas To Warm Up Your Winter ⇒ While you’re gearing for a magical Christmas Eve, nothing better than to be inspired by some cosy living room ideas. Having a cosy interior design in your living room area makes for a warm and welcoming space, perfect for receiving family and friends during this time of the time. CovetED invites you to sit back, relax and enjoy these cosy inspirations!
A warm design doesn’t need to be reserved for the den or library. Make your sun-filled living room cosy, too, with abundant layering. This room, at its skeleton, is cold with its exposed brick walls, black window frames and white wooden beams. A plethora of layered rugs, throws and pillows, however, instantly warms it. Try the trick seen here: Layer two rugs on top of each other under the coffee table, then leave a few pillows on the ground to welcome guests to sit wherever they please.
Knitted materials have a way of making you feel cosied up and at home, and there are many ways to incorporate them into your living spaces. This reading nook pairs a knitted pouffe and a knitted blanket with textured pillows, warm woods in the side table and mirror, and a fluffy rug layered over the carpet.
It’s common to think about colour first when designing a warm space—and there’s a good reason why. Warm hues like gold and chestnut create an inviting, cosy atmosphere in this living room. Adding a collection of books, like that in the coffee table here, also gives a room a sense of quiet, thoughtful cosiness.
Warmth is cast from above in this white living room. A stunning fixture spreads light from all angles, illuminating the layered rugs, sheepskin and knitted blankets below.
Even if you prefer a minimalist colour scheme, just one leather item can warm up the entire space, as the armchair does in this room (even when paired with a cooler grey blanket and pillow). Adding greenery, like potted plants and flower bouquets, can also prevent a warm room from becoming too stuffy and brighten your design in the winter months.
This cosy living room has all the elements of warmth and comfort: a surplus of pillows, a textured rug underfoot and a luscious green plant. Perhaps most striking, however, is the quadrant of warm-hued photos that add shades of orange and yellow to the room, and a curved reading lamp that makes the space feel like a relaxing reading nook.
Texture is important for a warm space, but not just when it comes to a blanket or a pillow. This room features woven plate hangings, textured window shades and basket to hold furry textiles. A bright blue rug adds a pop of colour to the warm browns that fill the space.
Just one natural accent, like the antlers shown here, won’t make your space feel like a cabin—especially if you pair it with a playful element, like the “XOXO” sign. While a forest element can make a space feel cosy, a playful accent makes the room welcoming and relaxed (key elements of warm interior design).
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Source: Elle Decor