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Cocooning for nearly every room in your home!

Cocooning for nearly every room in your home!

Cocooning for nearly every room in your home!

Cocooning, a lifestyle and interior design approach that began in the ’70s, aims to create a warm ambiance that fosters relaxation and a sense of well-being. There’s no need to stick to the latest trends to design a welcoming space! Your interior décor should match your personality. Here are some suggestions to set up the relaxed and cozy spaces you deserve throughout your home! The front hall, living room, kitchen and dining room, bedroom and bathroom are the ideal rooms to transform into cocooning spaces!

The front hall:

As soon as you get home, you want to feel a relaxing vibe. The idea is to place objects that may be cluttering up space elsewhere in your front hall.

– If the hall is big enough, it’s very practical to set up a small storage cabinet or console on which you can put your keys, briefcase, mail and other miscellaneous items, according to the season. You can also use a few decorative baskets under this piece of furniture in which you can store slippers.

– Affix a few hooks on the wall so you can hang up your keys.

 

– Hang a mirror in your front hall; doing so will open up the room and make it look bigger as well as diffuse the light throughout the space. It’s also practical for a last-minute look before you leave the house!

– A small bench or stool is very useful when you need to put on or take off your footwear.

– The front hall is one of the best places to diffuse your favourite essential oils.

Visit our Inspirations section for front hall and hallway lighting and decoration ideas

The living room:

As a room meant for relaxed get-togethers, a comfortable and functional living room that fosters a sense of well-being should include a few key cocooning elements.

– A comfortable sofa, trimmed with several plump throw cushions that match your décor and a cozy throw.

– Should you put cushions on the floor? Sure, why not! Arrange them in such a way that you create a relaxing and cozy corner.

– Include the right ottoman in your décor so you can put up your feet and relax.

– Add a side table and a reading lamp to create a space dedicated to reading near the sofa or an armchair.

– Use a dimmer, so you can adjust the brightness of the light according to activity.

Visit our Inspirations section for living room lighting and layout ideas.

The kitchen and dining room

The kitchen and dining room are designed for happy get-togethers with family and friends and as spaces to prepare and enjoy the pleasures of the table. Avoid everyday hassles by keeping things organized; it’s the no-worry way to make the most of the wonderful moments you spend with your loved ones.

– Set up versatile, practical and functional storage spaces.

– Make sure work surfaces are well lit, and use a dimmer in the dining room so you can turn down the lights once your guests are seated and create a more intimate atmosphere.

– Make out-of-reach focal points accessible to children with a mini stepladder. In this way, kids can practice being more independent while you’re freed up to take care of other things or relax!

Visit our Inspirations section for kitchen or dining room lighting and layout ideas.

The bedroom

People love to take refuge in their bedroom to rest and chill out. It’s probably the room in the house most conducive to cocooning. You’ll need a few essential ingredients to create a truly relaxing bedroom.

– A good mattress is the key to an optimal, restorative night's rest.

– Comfortable, natural fibre bedding improves sleep quality and offers better body temperature control.

– Soft colours are recommended to instill a sense of calm.

– Diffuse essential oils conducive to relaxation such as chamomile or lavender.

– An armchair with a pretty side table and a table lamp will create a relaxing reading nook. Add a throw for even better cocooning!

Visit our Inspirations section for bedroom lighting and layout ideas.

The bathroom

You need to be a master in the art of compromise when it comes to bathrooms since they are often shared spaces! It only takes a few elements to create a soothing, inviting space. There’s no better way to relax than by taking a bubble bath!

– Set up a storage area for each occupant.

– Roll up a few fluffy towels, and arrange them on a shelf or piece of furniture.

– Stock up on bath oils, mousses and salts.

– Surround your bathtub with scented candles.

– Control the lights with a dimmer, and adjust the lighting according to activity.

Visit our Inspirations section for bathroom lighting and decoration ideas.

The elements that encourage cocooning are simple, so, once you bring them together, the magic happens on its own. Happy cocooning, everyone! 

Cocooning, a lifestyle and interior design approach that began in the ’70s, aims to create a warm ambiance that fosters relaxation and a sense of well-being. There’s no need to stick to the latest trends to design a welcoming space! Your interior décor should match your personality. Here are some suggestions to set up the relaxed and cozy spaces you deserve throughout your home! The front hall, living room, kitchen and dining room, bedroom and bathroom are the ideal rooms to transform into cocooning spaces!

The front hall:

As soon as you get home, you want to feel a relaxing vibe. The idea is to place objects that may be cluttering up space elsewhere in your front hall.

– If the hall is big enough, it’s very practical to set up a small storage cabinet or console on which you can put your keys, briefcase, mail and other miscellaneous items, according to the season. You can also use a few decorative baskets under this piece of furniture in which you can store slippers.

– Affix a few hooks on the wall so you can hang up your keys.

– Hang a mirror in your front hall; doing so will open up the room and make it look bigger as well as diffuse the light throughout the space. It’s also practical for a last-minute look before you leave the house!

– A small bench or stool is very useful when you need to put on or take off your footwear.

– The front hall is one of the best places to diffuse your favourite essential oils.

Visit our Inspirations section for front hall and hallway lighting and decoration ideas

The living room:

As a room meant for relaxed get-togethers, a comfortable and functional living room that fosters a sense of well-being should include a few key cocooning elements.

– A comfortable sofa, trimmed with several plump throw cushions that match your décor and a cozy throw.

– Should you put cushions on the floor? Sure, why not! Arrange them in such a way that you create a relaxing and cozy corner.

– Include the right ottoman in your décor so you can put up your feet and relax.

– Add a side table and a reading lamp to create a space dedicated to reading near the sofa or an armchair.

– Use a dimmer, so you can adjust the brightness of the light according to activity.

Visit our Inspirations section for living room lighting and layout ideas.

The kitchen and dining room

The kitchen and dining room are designed for happy get-togethers with family and friends and as spaces to prepare and enjoy the pleasures of the table. Avoid everyday hassles by keeping things organized; it’s the no-worry way to make the most of the wonderful moments you spend with your loved ones.

– Set up versatile, practical and functional storage spaces.

– Make sure work surfaces are well lit, and use a dimmer in the dining room so you can turn down the lights once your guests are seated and create a more intimate atmosphere.

– Make out-of-reach focal points accessible to children with a mini stepladder. In this way, kids can practice being more independent while you’re freed up to take care of other things or relax!

Visit our Inspirations section for kitchen or dining room lighting and layout ideas.

The bedroom

People love to take refuge in their bedroom to rest and chill out. It’s probably the room in the house most conducive to cocooning. You’ll need a few essential ingredients to create a truly relaxing bedroom.

– A good mattress is the key to an optimal, restorative night's rest.

– Comfortable, natural fibre bedding improves sleep quality and offers better body temperature control.

– Soft colours are recommended to instill a sense of calm.

– Diffuse essential oils conducive to relaxation such as chamomile or lavender.

– An armchair with a pretty side table and a table lamp will create a relaxing reading nook. Add a throw for even better cocooning!

Visit our Inspirations section for bedroom lighting and layout ideas.

The bathroom

You need to be a master in the art of compromise when it comes to bathrooms since they are often shared spaces! It only takes a few elements to create a soothing, inviting space. There’s no better way to relax than by taking a bubble bath!

– Set up a storage area for each occupant.

– Roll up a few fluffy towels, and arrange them on a shelf or piece of furniture.

– Stock up on bath oils, mousses and salts.

– Surround your bathtub with scented candles.

– Control the lights with a dimmer, and adjust the lighting according to activity.

Visit our Inspirations section for bathroom lighting and decoration ideas.

The elements that encourage cocooning are simple, so, once you bring them together, the magic happens on its own. Happy cocooning, everyone!

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