This Is What Cozy Decorating Looks Like

From quirky to patterned, we've got cozy covered.

vase with flowers
Francesco Lagnese
From a Connecticut farmhouse to a California cottage, four of the world's best designers show us what cozy looks like. Plus: 6 Designer Tricks to a More Comfortable Home
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vase with flowers
Francesco Lagnese
Beautiful Details
At bedside: old pressed glass and a paper butterfly under glass.
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pink box with text
Cozy Is a Mix
Cozy decorating is a mix, as showcased by this 18th-century home designed by Tom Scheerer.
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living room
Francesco Lagnese
A Mix of Old and New
In the living room of this 18th-century Long Island farmhouse, designer Tom Scheerer grouped his clients' heirloom antiques with newer pieces for a relaxed conversation between styles. The hearthside gathering, on a sea-grass rug from , mixes Louis XV armchairs, a sofa, and one of a pair of thrift-shop wing chairs in Shawnama Crewel from Travers. The faux-tortoiseshell coffee table is a vintage Karl Springer piece.
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living room with sofa and two chairs
Francesco Lagnese
A Den with Curves
In the den, bold concentric circles of a custom braided-wool rug play up the curves of twin bergères à la reine in a blue Hinson linen. Curly Mongolian lamb's wool covers an ottoman designed by Scheerer. Framed 18th-century deeds to the property hang above a sofa in Staten ticking with pillows in a floral, Secret Garden.
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dining room
Francesco Lagnese
A Farmhouse Dining Room
Behind the 19th-century French farmhouse table and Schumacher crewel-cushioned chairs, walls painted with Burnt Sage display Swedish bird prints. The cupboard holds jugs collected from local antiques shops.
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dining area
Francesco Lagnese
A Country-Style Dining Area
Granny Smith apples inspired the clients' choice of 's Eve Green for the kitchen. bistro chairs ring a Saarinen table.
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bureau and mirror
Francesco Lagnese
A Beautifully Painted Chest
A chest in the master bedroom was painted to mimic the Clarence House Persian glazed cotton curtains and upholstery. Walls are Linen White.
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bathroom vanity
Francesco Lagnese
A New Bathroom
Scheerer converted the former children's nursery into a master bath, which he tented with a Chelsea Editions linen stripe. Faucets from flank a mirror.
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side table in bedroom
Francesco Lagnese
Flowers, Flowers, and More Flowers
Antique flower paintings dot the master bedroom.
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bedroom
Francesco Lagnese
A French Provincial Bedroom
A guest room takes its French Provincial flavor from Quadrille's Lafayette toile de Jouy on the walls.
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family room
Francesco Lagnese
It's All About the Fabric
"The genesis of the family room was the fabric," says Scheerer. "It's a French print with a kind of American aspect." Strong reds and blues visually anchor the family room, a busy crossroads between kitchen, dining room, veranda, and stairs to the boys' wing upstairs. The walls are papered in Nobilis Papier Bois for a warm look in wintertime. Antique English ceramic storage casks and a lacquered-linen coffee table rest on a chenille carpet.
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bedroom with four poster bed
A Very Special Guest Room
A guest room bed, designed by Charles Ramberg, updates a Shaker classic with extra-tall Chinese-red posts. Eyelashy cotton bed hangings by Roger Arlington; vintage Schumacher crewel on wing chair and side table; antique rug from .
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bedroom with two twin beds
Francesco Lagnese
A Summerlike Bedroom
The upholstered frames of inherited French beds in this guest room have been "refreshed" with a Summer Hill straw cloth.
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outdoor room
Francesco Lagnese
The Perfect Outdoor Escape
Matching Sunbrella upholstery and a round indoor-outdoor rug from Couristan unify an assortment of vintage rattan porch furniture into an open-air living room suite. Behind the chaise longue, a grand hooded basket chair — handed down and restored for generations — presides over a massive table and lightweight French park chairs.
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orange box with text
Cozy Is Quirky
Cozy is quirky, as shown by this home designed by Cristine Gillespie.
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entryway with suzani covered sofa
Lisa Romerein
A Foyer with Suzanis
In the entry hall of decorator Cristine Gillespie's Los Angeles cottage, graphic red and white Suzanis give an antique Swedish sofa from Indigo Seas a buoyant, modern look.
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desk with computer
Lisa Romerein
A Quirky Work Space
Gillespie's computer sits on a 19th-century Parisian baker's table, along with self-portraits by sons Miles and Max. On the wall is a vintage hydrangea light fixture.
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living room
Lisa Romerein
A Living Room with a Bit of Paris
When Gillespie and her husband bought their house from Rachel Ashwell, founder of Shabby Chic, the walls and floors were already white (the floors in glossy, durable boat paint). Their pair of sofas, covered in white cotton, fit right in. The 1930s Eiffel Tower model on the mantel is from Indigo Seas. Gillespie and her sons made the small silver one from an Erector set and magnets. Both are part of a larger collection of Eiffel Towers, whose graphic form Gillespie loves.
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sitting area with small side table
Lisa Romerein
A Home with a Story
The small painting above the vintage cabinet in the dining room has a story — like all the paintings in the house. "One day in Princeton, New Jersey, I passed this tiny house with an unframed painting hanging on the gate. A woman standing there said, 'We're having friends over to eat oysters, so I thought I'd paint some oysters.'" Gillespie loved it — and bought it.
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kitchen with woo dining table
Lisa Romerein
A Mix of Modern and Traditional
A burnished antique farm table is paired with Norman Cherner plywood chairs, a classic 1958 design.
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white bathroom with window and mirror
Lisa Romerein
The Perfect Spot for a Small Collection
A vintage mirror hangs above the master bath sink. On the sill, a Victorian hat pin collection, crab legs, and seashells from Martha's Vineyard and a small landscape by Kathryn Frund are part of an ever-changing collection of things Gillespie loves.
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outdoor space
Lisa Romerein
The Indoors Moves Outdoors
It was landscape designer Jay Griffith's idea to move Gillespie's art studio mirror to the outdoor dining room, where he attached it to poles behind the steel fireplace he designed. It reflects the 1970s Venetian glass chandelier hanging from a tree.
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bedroom
Lisa Romerein
A Cozy Master Bedroom
Gillespie found inexpensive mirrored bedside tables for the master bedroom at . White bed linens are by .
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cabana
Lisa Romerein
Cozy in California
The pagoda, also a Griffith design, was made California-cozy with curtains, big cushions, and pillows and paper lanterns from .
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teal box with text
Cozy Is Simplicity
A simple yet beautiful design is cozy, as shown by this home designed by Lynn Morgan.
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living room
Jeremy Samuelson
A Simple and Glamorous Living Room
Lynn Morgan and her design associate, Lora Gray, kept the living room of this Connecticut house light and airy with soft blues, greens, and creamy walls with glossy white trim. Zebra print on the armchairs flanking the antique Swedish secretary — Grammont Linen by Travers — injects "a bit of glamour." The pickled teak tea table is from .
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dining room
Jeremy Samuelson
A Springlike Dining Room
Chinoiserie mural on the dining room walls by decorative artist Valerie Wall. Chairs covered in Bennison's floral Camilia on oyster linen surround a table from New Classics Collection through . Mansard tole lantern; Group23 Fretwork wool rug.
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corner of the living room with small table and chairs
Jeremy Samuelson
A Sunny Corner
In a sunny corner of the living room, an antique garden table and chairs are the perfect spot for doing paperwork. Upholstery is 's Catwalk in Sky.
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white kitchen
Jeremy Samuelson
A Straightforward Kitchen
The kitchen was designed by architect Jack Franzen "in such a wonderful, straightforward, functional way," says Morgan.
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family room
Jeremy Samuelson
A Cozy Family Room
In the family room, sofas are covered in Florian Plain in dark blue from . Throw pillows are Zig Zag and 's Gypsy in Bloom. Cobalt Porcelain lamps sit on rattan cubes.
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