Even if your design aesthetic skews toward Scandi minimalism, you still want your home to feel warm and inviting. It’s easy to amp up the comfy factor at your place with these on-trend decor items. Just a few touches here and there can transform the ambience of your space from cold to cozy (or from cozy to cozier) in a snap.
Add Some Plush to Your Bathroom
If your bath towels are starting to look a little threadbare, upgrade to some soft and fluffy towels in a shade that complements your color scheme. While you’re at it, place a plush, colorful rug in front of your vanity to add both style and comfort (no more tip-toeing across cold tile in the middle of the night). Or just go for the bath mats that have a memory foam layer for extra cushioning underfoot.
Incorporate Luxe Touches
Get a designer look that’s also super cozy by adding a faux fur or sheepskin throw on a dining or occasional chair. It’s soft and invites you to linger. And adding some throw pillows or curtains in fabrics like chenille or velvet instantly softens the space and adds richness and warmth (literally!).
Add Natural Textures
Incorporating some organic and natural elements instantly makes any room feel more inviting. A plant or two, some wooden furniture pieces, woven baskets or lamp shades, or even an interesting piece of driftwood, are all accents that will help make your room feel more grounded.
Bring on the Stuffing
If your room feels too stiff or formal, overstuffed furniture entices you to sink into it and get comfy. You don’t have to spend a fortune on a new sofa – an overstuffed ottoman or pouf can be a cute, low-cost way to create a softer vibe. It also serves a practical function by serving as extra seating when needed. Win-win!
Now that your place is cozy, settle in for some marathon movie watching and wait for spring! For more decorating ideas, take a look at the Olympus Stone Glen blog.