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Are you ready for some cozy master bedroom love? It’s cold outside and here in the frozen north we’re trying to do everything we can to stay warm. Today we are sharing 36 cozy retreats for a master bedroom. The weather hasn’t been too bad this year, which sure a nice change from the way things have been the past few winters. Most of the time, I like to focus my seasonal decor changes in the parts of our house that people see. For example, living areas, dining room, and kitchen. During the winter though, I like to add a few extra doses of warmth and comfort to our master bedroom.
Cozy Master Bedroom
36 Cozy Retreats: The Master Bedroom Edition
Today, I’d like to share some of my tips for winter decor that will keep the chill out of your rooms, especially the master bedroom. I’ve found lots of inspiration to go along with each tip, so enjoy these beautiful bedrooms! As always, I encourage you to click over to the original source if you’d like to pin a particularly pretty picture.
Winter Grays at Hymns & Verses
Winter Whites at Peridot
How to make a bedroom cozy on a budget
One of the most inexpensive ways to make a bedroom cozy on a budget is to paint the walls and add new bedding. Don’t get me wrong, new bedding can be expensive so I tend to gravitate towards the “bed in a bag” options which include everything and I shop at places like Homegoods, Amazon Home, Walmart Home and Target.
If you have an old comforter, you can purchase a duvet cover and use the old comforter as the insert. This is a budget friendly way to change the look of your bedding without spending a lot of money.
Furry Blanket Under a Planked Ceiling at House & Home
Plaid Throw at Better Homes & Gardens
Sweater Weather Bedroom at Refresh Restyle
A Furry Chair and Blue Textiles at Country Living
Faux Bois Accent Wall at Better Homes & Gardens
Winter Greens at Liz Marie Blog
Bold Red Winter Quilt at Country Living
Tartan Bedding at Between Naps on the Front Porch
A Mix of Textures in Wheat + Warm Yellow at Better Homes & Gardens
Fur Covered Ottomans at Better Homes & Gardens
Designer Master Bedroom Ideas
Soothing Gray and Blue Layers at Jenna Sue Design
Canopied Bed & Blanket Basket at Country Living
Furry Bed at HomedIt
Our winter master bedroom
Layered Rugs in Seating Area at Better Homes & Gardens
Pile on the Pillows at Country Living
DIY Arm Knit Blanket at Flax & Twine
Colorful Fabric Layers on a Bedside Table at Better Homes & Gardens
A Snowball Garland and a Cozy Bed at Nesting Place
Lots of Tassels and anInviting Rug at Country Living
Multi-tonal Wood at Better Homes & Gardens
Nothing Says Winter Like a Sleigh Bed at House & Home
Rustic Woods with a Touch of Aqua at Better Homes & Gardens
Mixing Weathered Wood Tones at Draumesidene
Log Walls and a Wool Blanket at Country Living
Vintage Patina Bedside Drawers at Better Homes & Gardens
Bright Global-Inspired Textiles at Better Homes & Gardens
Winter Lights at Hello Yellow
Sunny Combo of Salmon + Rose at Better Homes & Gardens
Red +Gray Winter Bedding at Savvy Southern Style
Bold Artwork on Ice Blue Walls at Better Homes & Gardens
Deep Blue Walls and Layered Bedding at Better Homes & Gardens
Bright Colors Popping on a Snowy Background at Better Homes & Gardens
Red Textile Mix at Better Homes & Gardens
Do you do anything to mark the passing seasons in your master bedroom? What do you do to keep decor cozy during the winter months? Be sure to check out these 10 master bedrooms that you can DIY as well. If it’s snowing in your neck of the woods, stay warm. We are missing the big storm that is pounding the East coast today which is kind of strange considering we live in Massachusetts. I can’t help but feel a little left out but super happy that we will not be shoveling snow for two days.
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