There’s nothing better than coming home after a long day and settling down into a comfy, cozy living room—particularly if you live in a cold climate. During the winter months many of us tend to hide indoors and wait for the weather to pass. Fortunately creating a cozy living room that’s warm and welcoming—like this one form Witt Construction—is pretty easy. It’s all about warm colors, soft fabrics and surrounding yourself with things that make you happy.
Traditional style rooms tend to lend themselves to a sense of coziness. Just take this room from Lisette Voute as an example. The curved lines of the furniture, the soft fabrics, and the traditional architectural details create a sense of familiarity which makes people feel at ease. When it comes down to it, any style of room can be made to feel cozy, but perhaps none so easily as traditional style rooms.
No color scheme is more inherently cozy than one made up of warm neutrals. In the case of this cozy living room from Dillard Jones a palette of soft greys and browns sets the stage for a collection of comfortable furniture and easygoing fabrics.
A small, intimate seating area, particularly when placed in front of a fireplace, creates a wonderfully cozy atmosphere. In this room designed by Beth Webb Interiors, soft fabrics, warm colors and ample window treatments help to complete the look.
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