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Simple Ways to Cozy-Up Any Room In Your Home

Copy these cozy designs. We talked to designers and they gave us all the ways, big and small, you can make your home even more home-y.

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Photo: Ashley Gieseking. From: HGTV Magazine.

It's Time to Get Cozy

Sit back and relax, but first, make your space cozy. No matter your style, budget or the room in question, we have the best designer-approved tips and tricks (warm paint colors, woodsy furnishings, fuzzy stuff and more). Ahead: comfy, home-y, happy home ideas.

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Photo: Christina Wedge. From: HGTV Magazine.

In the Entry: Wooden Accents

We feel right at home stepping into HGTV host Chip Wade's woodsy entry — log walls and all. If you don't want to go total cabin-cool, try incorporating warm wood furnishings into your entry. Here, a dark wood console shelters a pair of comfy ottomans while displaying cozy accessories (books, plants and a super-cute mini globe).

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Photo: Dixie Delights

In the Entry: Wallpaper

Make sure you pick a pattern you love. The Pink Clutch Blog author Paige Minear chose a Rifle Paper Co. print featuring warm tones and pretty florals. Her secret to cozy: "Mixing patterns is my thing, so I paired my wallpaper with leafy and flamingo prints," she says. FYI, if you don't want to splurge on real wallpaper, peel-and-stick is easier to install and budget-friendly.

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Photo: Sabrina Tan. From: HGTV Magazine.

In the Entry: An Oversized Mirror

“An enormous mirror can help a small area feel larger and a dark space appear lighter,” says blogger Sabrina Tan of Gypsy Tan, who hung a brass-framed one from CB2 in her entry. For extra texture, pair your mirror with a tasseled throw draped over a wicker basket or a colorful rug.

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