From textured bedding to comfy pillows, these cozy bedroom ideas are the easiest, most practical ways to add a splash of comfy-cozy warmth to your home—no matter what size room you’re dealing with. Whether you’re looking to spruce up a tiny guest room, make a large master bedroom really feel like home, or simply give your kids a more comfortable, more inviting place to get their homework done each night, we have a feeling that each and every one of our bedroom decorating tips will serve to inspire and excite you. Besides, what better way to get your house ready for the autumn season than by adding a few fluffy pillows, scented candles, and seasonal flowers (in rustic-chic apothecary bottles, of course!) to each room? If you’re short on time or hoping for a few budget-friendly solutions, never fear: Our list includes tons of easy, inexpensive options too. In fact, some particularly genius ideas you’ll find here don’t even require you to make any purchases at all. Conversely, if you’re going for a full-on bedroom overhaul, we’ve got you covered there too with gorgeous, show-stopping inspiration images from homes all over the country. Take a peek at our best ideas, then get designing!

Position Your Bed Close to a Window

This Maine home may be just 10 feet wide (!), but its owners managed to keep things feeling cozy—not claustrophobic—by positioning this guest room bed close to a small window. That way, they’re able to capitalize on the beautiful, comforting sounds of nature and “include” the scenery in the room.

Take Cues From Other Cozy Places—Like Treehouses

Believe it or not, this home actually is a treehouse!But you don’t have to head outside to make some cozy magic happen indoors: Simply take cues from those other spaces with comfortable appeal. (That pillow, for instance, is made of “bark cloth.”)

Treat Your Bedroom Like a Cocoon

Designer Ashley says this space has a “cocoon-like vibe,” and we’d have to agree. So, how’d she do it? A variety of comfy fabric textures, as well as an upholstered bed and dark wooden bureau, make the master bedroom of this Alabama cabin feel warm and homey.

Use Calming Colors

Soft greens, muted browns, and a splash of wicker helps keep this Alabama lake house feeling serene and comfy-cozy. There’s a reason this very same color scheme is so popular at spas!

Add Gingham Pillows for a Splash of Country Charm

A hand-woven rug and large headboard are certainly the focal points in this charming room, but it’s the plaid pillow that really caught our eye. Not only is it a cozy reminder of the country-chic style we know and love, but it’s also just plain cute in its own right.

Work in Shades of Red

Warm up your bedroom with rich red toned decor. Here, a red quilt and throw pillows in various patterns feel right at home next to a crimson-painted nightstand and ruby-striped rug.

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