By Erica McCarthy

Published on November 6, 2015

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pared down swede

A low-profile bed and warm earth tones set a serene and cozy space against an all white bedroom. Keep decorations minimal for a warm and inviting take on wintertime bundling.

soft, white (flannel) sheets found here. 

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festive whites

An abundance of plush pillows, thick blankets, and an evergreen wreath not only set the mood for the holiday season, but practically beg you to binge on netflix all weekend long.

cozy cream-colored sheets found here.

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chunky knits

A chunky knit blanket is just like your favorite chunky knit sweater: warm, cozy, and chic. Bring bohemian dimension to the space by hanging a muted pink tapestry above the bed for an alluring and peaceful place of rest.

textured cable knit blanket found here.

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moody greys

Whether you’re aspirational enough to paint your room grey or not, simply by adding a large-scale windcatcher above the bed and accenting with bold textures and patterns, you’ve created an enticing oasis in the dead of winter.

graphite grey flannel sheets found here.

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downtown chic

Make use of an exposed brick wall with antique string lights and a reclaimed wood headboard. Add modern flair to the space with a printed (flannel) sheets for extra warmth and dimension.

novelty string lights found here

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uptown casual

If an all grey space is almost TOO moody during the drab of winter, perhaps grey accents with touches of maroons and hues of blues seem better suited for your taste. Mix textiles with texture for a multi-dimensional space that’s cozy, yet still lively.

striped duvet cover found here.

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70s retro

If sweaters are your wintertime go-to, cable-knit blankets, pillows, and poufs probably sound like a dream combination. Keep it monochrome with cream, or add some warm hues like dark grey or warm blush to add some femininity to your space.

chunky sweater blanket found here.

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peaceful plaid

A great way to bring holiday-inspired patterns (think tartan and houndstooth) into your space is by accenting with muted tones like cream and grey. By adding a mix of texture and dimension, you’re practically setting yourself up to never leave the house, come the first blizzard of the season.

grey linen duvet cover found here.

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rustic retreat

Instead of downplaying the sultry tones of the cabin-like backdrop, accentuate them with a large dark rug, (lots of) gilded pillows, and even some sparkle with a silver tree. 

crisp grey sheets found here.

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velvet touch

Ditch the bed frame and headboard and opt for a completely minimal bedroom boasting with comfort and serenity. Hang a glass vase about your head with some fresh evergreen for a wintry and homey space. 

white duvet cover found here.