Cosy bedroom ideas that are perfect for lazy morning lie-ins

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Cosy bedroom ideas that are perfect for lazy mornings (Image credit: Iliv)

Just the words cosy bedroom ideas invoke a sense of calm and relaxation. It's the definition of a hug in interior design terms and a look that's often in high demand when it comes to bedroom design.

But other than layering textured soft furnishings, what else goes into creating cosy bedroom ideas? It may be more than you first think and covers everything from lighting, fabric and flooring to furniture.

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Helen O'Conner

Helen O’Conner is the Product Manager at the Yorkshire-based company 247 Blinds and 247 Curtains. Helen is a self-confessed ‘blind nerd’ who has been in the window dressing industry for over 10 years and states that her favourite design era is the Arts and Crafts movement.

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Patricia Gibbons

Patricia Gibbons has been driving product strategy and innovation with for 4 years and collaborates closely with her colleagues in the design team to ensure the success of collection launches. Patricia brings a wealth of experience, having worked in the home industry for 25 years, and has a true passion for design.

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Kirsty Barton

Kirsty has been working at Alternative Flooring for over 20 years. Her comprehensive experience across different areas of the business have been instrumental in shaping Alternative Flooring's brand identity. And now as a Brand Storytelling Manager, Kirsty is committed to the company's core pillars: people, product, and planet.

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Mara Rypacek Miller

Mara founded Industville over a decade ago, building on her wealth of experience in Marketing & Business Development. The brand mirrors her love for art, environmental sustainability, and the authenticity of handcrafted design. Industville is commitment to crafting pieces that aren't just products, but are true works of art, designed to enhance any space.

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Claire Garner

Claire Garner is an expert in crafting timeless interiors that radiate elegance and sophistication. With a keen eye for design, she excels in layering muted colours, patterns, and textures to build design schemes with depth and personality.

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Debbie Leigh

Debbie is an expert in creating beautifully coordinated fabric collections that can be easily combined to create harmonious interior schemes, perfect for cosy bedrooms and more. With more than 30 years of experience, she takes every design from conception right through to the finished textile - inspired by the latest trends and techniques from every continent.

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Jo Plant

Jo Plant is head of design and production for Pooky, which is based in England’s Cotswolds region. 

Sarah Harley
Assistant Editor

Sarah is Homebuilding & Renovating’s Assistant Editor and joined the team in 2024. An established homes and interiors writer, Sarah has renovated and extended a number of properties, including a listing building and renovation project that featured on Grand Designs. Although she said she would never buy a listed property again, she has recently purchased a Grade II listed apartment. As it had already been professionally renovated, she has instead set her sights on tackling some changes to improve the building’s energy efficiency, as well as adding some personal touches to the interior.