How To Create A Warm And Comfortable Home Which Is Truly Stylish

Tired of all the ‘modern’ and ‘contemporary’ styles that have been trending all over the world? Feel like your home needs a dash of comfort along with all the style? Well then, the cozy homemaker style is going to be your go-to for that imminent renovation. It features a warm, comfortable aura that is bright, cheerful and stylish without being overbearingly rich or too minimalistic in design. Here are 5 interior design inspirations for this aesthetic!

 

 

1. Homely

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This warm interior design of this room comes partially from the extensive use of wooden surfaces and partially from the old-school furniture style. The overall effect is truly mesmerizing and artfully emulates a nice comfort level in the surroundings by using just the bare minimum. The piano in the corner is just a cherry on top.

 

 

2. The warm glow of lighting

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You can never tell the importance of good lighting unless you’ve seen the worst of it. For a nice, cozy interior design, the relevant warm lighting is absolutely essential. If you look at this interior design, you’ll notice how the warm glow of the ambient lighting lends a cheerful aura to the interior design.

 

 

3. Textures and patterns

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The kind of textures and patterns you use in your interior design are extremely important when you’re trying to emulate a certain aesthetic. For example, industrial textures won’t bring in a warm, comfy aura. However, as you can see in this image, the use of plaid red and white brings in a nice homely vibe in the space,

 

 

4. The comforts of a closet

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Small spaces have an inherent potential to seem cozy, but closets can be challenging to make comfortable. However, this walk in looks absolutely comfy with its clutter of clothes and partially old-school furniture design. The wooden textured floors only reinforce that relaxed vibe.

 

 

5. Stylish terraces

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Terraces in Singapore can be especially challenging to make the most of. Much of the time, they’re completely ignored in lieu of making the rest of the interior space interesting. But this casually upscale terrace is such a cozy extension of the home. The flower vase on a trendy side table and the picnic table set-up look absolutely gorgeous!

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