Cozy Bedrooms in Warm Colors for Winter Dreaming

This time of year makes me sometimes wish I was a bear who could hibernate and ignore winter altogether. Since I can’t do that, I can at least create a cozy bed to curl up in. If you feel the same way, you might enjoy this collection of cozy bedrooms dressed in warm colors.

Cozy Bedrooms - red and brown color palettePhoto by Ashley Campbell Interior Design

Red is the predominant color in the bedroom above and always adds warmth to any space. The mix of colors and patterns adds even more coziness to the space.

The bedroom below is my favorite one of the day. First, I love the mix of wood beams with painted paneling. Second, the vintage iron bed with quilts in warm colors is charming and appealing. And finally, the wood floors are rich and beautiful. 

Vintage iron bed with antique quiltsPhoto by Kevin Gray Interiors


Brown is always a safe choice if you want a warm-looking room. Add a faux fur throw and patterned rug to amplify the warmth of the space.

Wood bed in cozy bedrooms with faux fur throw and patterned rugPhoto by Ann Stillman O’Leary


A cabin-style bedroom pairs red with natural, horizontal wood paneling for cozy appeal. It’s easy to imagine yourself falling asleep to a soft snowfall outside, and then awakening to see a beautiful blanket of snow in the morning. This is my second favorite today’s collection of cozy bedrooms. Maybe I’m just attracted to the metal beds.

Cabin bedroom with red beddingPhoto by Miller-Roodell Architects Ltd


Natural siding always feels warm in a room and its texture makes the space all the more interesting. Here, a four-poster bed takes advantage of the ceiling height.

Four-Poster bed and vaulted bedroom ceilingPhoto by Johnson & Galyon Homes


To help bring the height of the ceiling down, this bedroom employs floating beams and a suspended chandelier. Neutral warm tones and a faux fur rug make the room dreamy for a winter’s night.

Cozy bedrooms - wood poster bed and faux fur rugPhoto by


Look at this gorgeously rustic ceiling! No matter what color palette you use, this room would be warm and inviting. And in the morning, head on out to the balcony to enjoy your coffee and the views. Actually, I think this one is my favorite. It’s hard to choose!

Rustic log ceiling in a mountain home bedroomPhoto by Pearson Design Group


Here’s another interesting ceiling treatment. I used to have a four-poster bed similar to this but I felt it was too tall when I moved into our old house with lower ceilings. I’m currently looking for a new bed. I’m giving mine to my granddaughter because she’s been begging for a bigger bed. She doesn’t know it yet though. I’m telling her at Christmas.

Pale brown bedroom and other cozy bedroomsPhoto by Element Construction Partners


Gray tends to be a cooler color, but it looks warm in this space due to the board and batten walls and striped brown and gray bedding. I like the use of patterns with the pillows and upholstered headboard.

Scandinavian style bedroom in winterPhoto by Neptune


If you’re attracted to warm colors, I think you’ll love this green, gold, and red craftsman-style bedroom.

Gold, red, and green craftsman bedroomPhoto by David Heide Design Studio


An upholstered, leather headboard is tucked into built-in cabinetry, creating a dreamy space. Linen pillow shams in warm, neutral tones complete the space.

Leather upholstered bed with custom cabinetryPhoto by SV Design


Cozy bedrooms don’t need to be darker to be warm and inviting. Creamy tones look beautiful in varying shades.

Small bedroom in varying shades of creamy colorsPhoto by

Do any of these cozy bedrooms stand out to you? It’s hard to choose just one favorite!


Check out the Warm Bedding Lookbook for Bedroom Options:

Some of these are on sale right now! Scroll through the photos and click images for information on where to buy.


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  1. I agree the metal bed frames are for some reason more appealing. I wonder why that is as metal tends to be cold..hmmm
    I think they add that vintage warmness to the room.
    Silly me never realized you can click on the photos and see the rest of the designs.
    Power flickering…wind is terrible here in Indiana right now. Be safe!

  2. I liked 2,4 and the last one. I bought myself an iron bed when I retired and it is still loved. I love windows, plants and wonderful light it’s what makes a bedroom cozy.

  3. Several of them really caught my eye. I really miss having a house instead of a one-bedroom apartment in which the bedroom must serve many purposes and never looks as organized and lovely and these.