Warm bedding, lots of wood, nice tread floors, soft rugs, or textured coverings are some ideas that will help you decorate and turn up the temperature in your bedroom.
1. HIBERNATE IN THE BEDROOM SURROUNDED BY WOOD
There is nothing like wood to feel warm and protected in your bedroom. The cabin style is perhaps the one that best represents the winter decoration inside the house. Don’t feel like getting into bed, snuggling up in the duvet, and enjoying snowy views, like the one in the picture? Surely yes!
2. TEXTILE MIX
Modern bedrooms combine textiles of different shapes, textures and colors. It is the key to making it a more welcoming and attractive space during the winter months. In this room, the decorator Bárbara Aurell has mixed plain and patterned linen and wool plaids and cushions, in shades of gray and maroon. Total triumph!
3. EVERGREEN CUSHIONS
The soft-touch cushions and neutral tones are unique to increase the feeling of warmth in winter bedrooms. Bet on raw materials such as velvet, cotton, viscose, wool, hair … that are easy to combine and durable over time. They are the ones that the decorator Isabelle Mattera has chosen in this very inviting bedroom. They make you want to get into bed and rest your head on them!
4. THE KEY IS IN BALANCE
The gray of the wallpaper and the upholstered headboard gave this bedroom a somewhat cold appearance that the interior designer Asun Antó managed to warm up. How? Introducing warm colors, like the wood of the bedside tables and the mustard tones of the bedding. A balance of shades that makes you enjoy an optimal room temperature.
5. WARMEST ALLIES
Do you want to temper a room that is too cold chromatically? Write down your allies: wood, gold, fiber, and earth tones. The interior designer Pía Capdevila has used them wisely. Thanks to the wooden floor, the gold bedside tables, the fiber basket, and the brown bedding, Pía has managed to raise the temperature of this bedroom by a few degrees.
6. HOW WARM YOU WILL BE WATCHING THE SNOWFALL!
If you add wood paneling and a roof window to your attic bedroom, you will immediately add warmth and charm. Have you noticed how well blue and beige get on in bedding?
7. WITH WOOD AS THE PROTAGONIST
On ceilings, floors, and walls, wood completely covers this bedroom, designed by Carmen Caubet, as if it were embracing it. The result? A super cozy bedroom with a spirit of refuge. If you also dress it in warm textiles, who would want to get out of bed?
8. SUPER WARM WITH A CABIN LOOK
Everything in this bedroom invites you to snuggle well while it is snowing outside. If we add a warm bed with mohair blankets, linen and plenty of cushions to the log-walled cabin — which gives a very authentic mountain retreat look — the result could not be more cozy.
9. DON’T MISS A NICE BLANKET!
There is nothing like a fur blanket, be it wool or mohair, to raise the temperature – also visual – of the bedroom. Put it at the foot of the bed, like here, and you’ll see how the room looks warmer.
10. WARM WITH THICK CURTAINS
With these large windows to the mountain, this bedroom could be cold, especially in winter. Hence, a good way to dress it up is with thick fabric drapes that, in addition to dressing them, add comfort and thermal insulation.