Coziness is about feeling warm and comfortable. Cocoon yourself with fabric. Drape your room in layers upon layers, upon soft, cushy layers. From the moment you will yourself out of bed on a chilly morning, they’re what you’ll long to return to.
Hang curtains and lay down rugs. Both absorb sound – which will help you have a more restful night – but they also add warmth to the room. When you get your day started you’ll appreciate a soft rug and VINTER 2014 slippers to keep your toes toasty.
Create a cozy atmosphere with lights, thicker textiles, warmer colors, natural materials and your own creature comforts.
Mix colors of the same pattern textiles. Or match colors of varied patterns.
Think of cushions and throws, like sweaters for your sofa or bed. Snuggle up to cable knit, fleece and cotton velvet materials.
Like the comfortable feeling? Find more warm and fuzzy IKEA textiles ideas here >>
About the Guest Blogger:
Like many Floridians, Kendra Ferguson is a New York transplant. She escaped the harsh winters, attending college in North Carolina at Wake Forest University – where she studied Communication. Upon graduation, she traded winter boots for flip-flops and earned a graduate degree in Mass Communication: Advertising from the University of Florida.
Prior to joining IKEA Orlando as the Local Marketing Specialist, Kendra worked in corporate communications, professional and collegiate athletics, and the non-profit sector. Her favorite part of the job is donating IKEA products to local charities to help further their missions. In her spare time she dabbles in photography, painting and graphic design. “Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.” -Unknown