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Superbly Cozy, 5 Cozy Living Room Decor Ideas Perfect For Lounging


With six more winter weeks to come (thanks for nothing, Punxsutawney phil!), what better time to make your living room the haven it is meant to be?

If your large room needs a little coziness and warmth, fear not, we’re here, as always, to provide you with much-needed decorating therapy. We’ve scoured the trends on Instagram (so you don’t have to) and picked five salon looks so comfy you’ll think you’ve been transported to a restful cabin retreat. Plus, we’ve got all the details on how you can achieve the look and elevate your space into a chic cabin dream.

Does it look like paradise? Go ahead and read on, from the comfort of your couch, of course.

1. Rustic table on two levels

Whether your poison is mystery novels, magazines, or even a crossword puzzle, you’ll need some extra space to store all those books this winter – and this rustic two-tier coffee table from @ nest_number_9 just might be the perfect thing.

“Storage optimization is always a priority for those who want to make the most of their space, whether small or large,” says Devin shaffer by Decorilla.

“Two-tier coffee tables are a little design secret that provides both form and comfort,” Shaffer explains. “Our customers love having the opportunity to display their favorite decorative items on the lower shelf, then use the top for drinks and everyday items.”

Have the look: Buy this Kinsella coffee table for your own sexy storage solutions.

2. Classic high pile carpet

Relax by the fireside (or TV) on cold nights with a classic shag rug like this one from @designplusmag.

“There’s something about the touch of texture and comfort that loom rugs provide that makes all of us, whatever our style, want to incorporate this into our homes,” Shaffer explains. “Maybe it’s just another creature of comfort that we never thought we needed.”

Have the look: Bring some classic coziness into your space with this Marilyn Monroe shag rug.

3. West Coast Rattan

Nothing screams cabin chic like furniture made from natural elements, like these rattan chairs presented by @fatifakoorinteriors.

“Rattan and wicker quickly found themselves moving around inside the house and not just on porches and in solariums,” explains Hannah van brunt by Beth Brown Interiors. “Built to withstand storms and wear and tear, the quality of the rattan chairs rivals that of the upholstery and offers a unique West Coast feel.”

Have the look: Bring the best of that west coast touch into your home with this Sika Design Monet chair.

If you’re looking to boost the va-va-voom of your living room all at once, could we recommend some of these well-placed metal wall pieces featured by @apieceofmyglamhome?

“The most important step in having a complete cohesive space is art,” explains Van Brunt. “You can fill your house with beautiful furniture and rugs, but if there is no art on the walls, then it will not be complete.

“By guiding clients in choosing art, I also encourage them to explore the type of art that appeals to them,” adds Van Brunt. “Metallic or colored art is a great way to make a wall stand out and incorporate other hints of gold or silver you may have into the room.”

Have the look: Tie all your silver and gold in a gorgeous piece like this floral gold wire display stand.

5. Raw end table

A space can’t be considered a fancy cubicle until it has at least a few raw pieces, like these side tables from @tanja__home.

“The pandemic has caused us all to be more inside our homes, and research shows that nature is imperative for our well-being,” says Shaffer. “Besides houseplants and floral arrangements, organic elements that bring naturalistic touches to a space help people reconnect with nature. “

Have the look: Slow down and reconnect with this Modoc end table.



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