what we warm most in the bedroom in winter is the bed. But we can also raise the temperature of this room without major changes. If you have summer and winter clothes for the bed, why not have a curtain for each season? A very useful resource, especially in areas where winters and summers are severe, you will appreciate it in winter, because you will gain extra insulation and comfort, and also in summer if you opt for very light fabrics.
Another option is to dress the floor with rugs, especially if you have a cold floor, be it ceramic or stone. You can also visually shelter the bedroom by covering the headboard wall with wallpaper – there are textile designs that are very cozy – with wooden slats if you want to give it more personality or paint that wall in an intense color, which wraps up space more.
1. WITH AN UPHOLSTERED VELVET HEADBOARD
An upholstered velvet headboard, like this one, will always look more comfortable than a working one. The interior designer Bárbara Aurell has also combined it with delightful bedding and covered it with wood. The result could not be more enveloping.
2. AN URBAN BEDROOM WITH THE VOCATION OF A CABIN
Although it may not seem like it, this bedroom with an integrated bathroom is in the center of the city of Barcelona. But Marta Torres has decorated it as if it were a mountain refuge, with a lot of wood, not only on the floor but also on the ceiling. A stove type fireplace gives it that rustic touch.
3. INTENSE WOODS HOW WARM THEY ARE!
It is no secret that woods with brown or reddish tones are visually warmer than whiter ones. Hence, they are traditionally used in mountain houses. In this bedroom decorated by Jeanette Trensig, the floor, ceiling, and carpentry have been unified in a medium tone wood that raises the temperature of the room.
4. … OR ONE OF PLAID
The deep green color and the checkered wallpaper on the headboard, along with the dark woods and the cabana structure, work together to warm this bedroom with mountain views.
5. TEAM UP WITH TASTEFUL RUGS
If textiles are important when it comes to warm the bed, so are rugs. In addition to visually making an environment more welcoming, they favor a soft footprint. The ones with hair, like this one, are ideal for walking barefoot.
6. A BEDROOM IN THE HEAT OF THE FIRE
Having a fireplace in the bedroom is a luxury. Not only because it creates a feeling of comfort and it is nice to see the fire crackling, but because it is a very useful reinforcement to heating. Even in mild climates, it can be a substitute. In this attic bedroom, decorator Vanda Jewiiss has not hesitated to include it.
7. A FIREPLACE THAT “SHELTERS” EVEN WHEN TURNED OFF
Dress it up with candles and you will see how it becomes a super decorative element. The fireplace will make the room more cozy and cozy, as in this image.
8. COZY IN COOL TONES
It may seem like a contradiction, but if you play with wood, as here, you will create a visually wrapped ensemble. And it will also be very versatile: with light bedding, it will look cooler in summer.
9. IN WHITE AND VERY COZY
Yes, white can also create warm environments, especially if you cover it with wood, as here with the ceiling and floor beams, and dress the bed with soft and warm textiles.
10. THE WARMTH OF A WOODEN FLOOR
Wood is a warm material to the eye and the touch. If you place it on the pavement, when stepping on it in winter with bare feet, the heat stays on the surface and makes it much more pleasant.