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.
Get the look: red patterned quilt ($74, )
The owner of this Connecticut cottage gave her guest bedroom some fall flair by layering in some autumnal accessories—namely an orange plaid throw blanket and a jar full of mini pumpkins.
Get the look: mini white faux pumpkins and gourds ($25 for 16, )
The owners of this converted barn were so inspired by the look of Pendleton's classic color scheme, they designed this sleeping space around it. The brand's iconic green, red, yellow, and gray stripes look right at home next to wood panels and plaid accessories.
Get the look: Pendleton Glacier Park blanket ($270; )
Transform the look of your bedroom in seconds with the addition of a seasonal blanket, layered on top of neutral bedding. Orange and red tartans scream fall, while pastel florals are perfect for spring.
Get the look: tartan blanket ($45, )
The bedroom in this converted barn feels lofty and comfortable thanks to the high ceilings, shiplap covered walls, and plank floors. The white paint used throughout makes this room feel like you're sleeping in a comfy cloud.
Get the look: linen bedding ($170, )
Use soft and subtle patterns in a variety of colors to create a warm and relaxing space. The homeowner of this Texas bungalow cut down on costs by covering an antique chair in a linen slip cover and fashioned a bedskirt from leftover curtains.
Get the look: blue floral drapers ($37, )
The toughness of the iron bed is balanced by the linen upholstery on the headboard and footboard. And the raw-wood chest and floral drapes ensure there's a sense of farm charm in this modern Mississippi barndominium.
Get the look: metal bed frame ($200, )
Yep, it's a whole lotta block print, but the varying scales and crisp palette keep it feeling serene, not slapdash.
Get the look: medallion "Asher" duvet cover (starting at $80, )
The way that this California bedroom's white shiplap walls slope inward while maintaining a space above the bed adds dimension and extra coziness. The laser-cut lantern throws soft shadows on the walls at night, adding to the effect.
Get the look: rustic trunk ($66, )
Beautifully bright quilts, floral wallpaper, and even the lampshade add to this room's charming, cozy aesthetic, which is consistent throughout this Catskills home.
Get the look: blue quilt bedspread ($72, )
The floors in this attic-turned master were full-on filthy before the renovation of this Washington, D.C. home. Instead of refinishing them, the owner scrubbed each plank with a wire brush before vacuuming up the dirt. Her collection of Frye boots doubles as decor because, as with most old houses, closet space is at a premium. Various antiquing scores flank the bed.
This king-sized bed was "originally the color of peanut brittle," said the owners of this Wisconsin home, so they painted it white and outfitted it with a cream-colored silk coverlet, a stitched quilt, and Euro shams. Pleats, pintucks, and stitching add interest and texture to otherwise-understated bedding, while spindle posts add a touch of elegance.
Get the look: white king poster bed ($1,790, )
Wall-mounted sconces free up space on the mismatched "nightstands," which include a ghost chair and an old ballot box that store seasonal decor. The owner of this New York City apartment keeps the space feeling open by playing up the rooms natural light with bright paint and semisheer window shades.
Like the garden clippings that fill this Connecticut cottage, the iron bed was plucked from nature; it was a lucky roadside find. The bed, along with the white walls and neutral sisal carpet, allows collectibles and antiques—old books, flea market finds, and an antique glass cabinet from a dentist's office—to coexist. And to add a few more pops of nature, the owner display dried thistles in old apothecary bottles and a long row of succulents in a vintage gutter.
Use soft colors and cozy textures, such as a cable-knit throw, for a old-world, romantic bedroom, like in this San Francisco home.
Get the look: vintage-inspired metal bed frame ($433, )
This sleeping loft gets a cold-weather refresh with the addition of vintage Woolrich blankets and tartan pillow shams. A handful of synthetic flokati rugs are scattered throughout the house for an extra layer of softness. Additional pillows, stashed in an ash basket, provide more cozy comforts at the ready.
Get the look: ivory sheepskin rug ($32, )
The birch-patterned wall covering gives this guest room a rustic feel year-round. Draperies mimic the effect without feeling matchy-matchy and the reclaimed wood bed, hand-knotted rug, and barn lights from reinforce the tree house vibe.
Add reclaimed and antique decor accents, like the sign, lamps, and chests in this Georgia lake house, for undone, rustic elegance.
A sophisticated gray-brown floral wallpaper mimics the hue of the weathered ceiling beams in this Georgia farmhouse, and offers a feminine (but not frilly) foil to the room's rustic elements.
Create a fuss-free, cozy vibe by layering organic textures (lots of linen and rope) and raw materials (wood and stone). An antique barn door track gets a second life as a picture rail above a burlap-covered headboard in this Tennessee barn home.
After removing the wallpaper, these New Hampshire homeowners uncovered a verdant shade of milk paint in the guest room, and knew it was meant to be. To keep the focus on the green, they added antique twin beds and a vintage wool rug.
Get the look: plaid blanket ($16, )
You don't need to buy brand-new stuff to make your bedroom a cozier spot to lounge—shiplap walls, antique blankets, and an old leather chair from Craigslist help make this antique dealer's bedroom a restful and calm respite.
Rather than traditional nightstands, opt for bedside bookcases—nothing's cozier than snuggling in bed with a good book!
Get the look: white bookcase ($80, )
A handsome, 64-inch headboard, made from sage-tinged linen and accented with bronze nail heads, adds coziness to this Alabama home's bedroom, along with an assortment of mahogany-hued pillows. A nubby cotton throw completes the cozy look.
Patterned textiles in subdued colors add soft dimension to a room, like in this Connecticut farmhouse.
From a bold coverlet, to delicate wallpaper, fresh flowers in a vase, and an intricate chandelier, flowers in all shapes and sizes can help make a room feel soft and romantic, like in this Vermont log home.
Get the look: candle-style floral chandelier ($414, )
Help loosen up a traditional bedroom by adding mismatched quilts.
Drape a cold, iron frame with curtains to warm up a small space. Add a colorful blanket and throw pillows for snuggling.
Get the look: white sheer curtains ($13, )
Add warmth to a bedroom by placing a patterned rug underneath the bed, like in this Vermont home.
Keep tones neutral and add rustic touches—like pinecones and binoculars—to bring a woodland theme indoors.