13 Seriously Cozy Rooms to Get You Ready for Winter

Humans may have more in common with bears than we think. When the temperatures drop, most of us like to hide away until the sun returns.

But unlike bears, we prefer to hibernate in cozy corners stacked with blankets rather than deep inside dark caves. From reading nooks made for curling up with a gripping novel to window seats with perfect snowfall views, these are the cozy corners we’re dying to hide in this season.
Scandinavian Whites
These serene Scandinavian style nooks are adorned with plump throw pillows, faux-fur throws, and indoor plants.

via KML Design / French By Design

Bright, white corners flooded with natural light are perfect for beating the winter blues. With neutral colors and warm sheepskin throws, this Scandinavian look makes you feel like you’re soaking up the sun in the dead of winter.

Rustic Western Corners
These rustic nooks with warm neutral hues and wooden furnishings remind us of a serene cabin getaway in the woods.

via Architectural Digest / Miller Architects

Filled with animal hides, warm browns and creams, and Navajo-inspired patterns, these cozy corners have the American West written all over them.

Tropical Hideaways
On the left, stripes stand out in the cushions, throw, and mini couch. On the right, large house plants are paired with a brown leather chair and a geometric area rug.

via Architectural Digest / Design Sponge

In climates that remain balmy through the winter, a cracked window lets a refreshing breeze flow in. But even if you don’t live in the tropics, you can recreate the look in your own nook by using plenty of plant life, worn leathers and terracotta-tinged colors.

Secret Cabin Retreat
This private nook in a rustic cabin is the perfect place to read an inspiring novel while looking out into nature.

via Miller Architects

You can’t get much cozier than a private, hidden nook in a renovated post and beam barn. We can just imagine closing the doors, curling up with a book, and staring out the window as snow falls over the evergreens.

Built-In Bays
On the left, stripes can be found in the circular area rug, throw pillows, and wooden accent wall. On the right, a hanging wall art and pink flowers stand out.

via Block 722 Architects / Bringing Nature Home by Ngoc Minh Ngo

It doesn’t matter if you’re cuddling up with bae or spending some quality time alone. Decorated with cool, neutral tones and minimal decor, these built-in bays are serene spots to meditate on life.

Modern Nature
On the left is a red, tufted lounge chair and shabby black shelf. On the right is a contemporary nook with minimal accents and a killer landscape view.

via Architectural Digest / C Home

Avoiding the outdoors isn’t so bad when you can lay back in your custom chaise lounge in a Mount Juliet cleaning service room lined with natural woods. Or if a little more structure suits your fancy, we’re sure the owners of the contemporary, landscape-highlighting space on the right wouldn’t mind if you perched upon their fireside window seat.

Unordinary Alcoves
In the nook on the left, the red and white, patterned bench and black sectional sofa stand out. On the right, an eclectic area rug, rustic coffee table, built-in shelf with colorful books, and patterned armchair enhance one another’s vibrant hues.

via Stine Langvad / Terri Thomas Interiors/Houzz

Sometimes the best seat in the living Mount Juliet cleaning service room is an alcove in the wall. Upholstered in rich textures with book shelves stacked with reading materials, these niches are anything but ordinary.