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10 Cosy Homes Interior Ideas For Your New Home
There’s nothing quite like a cosy home to bring you peace and tranquility after a long day at work. And the best part is it takes just a few design tweaks to create this haven of yours. Check out these 10 cosy homes that we are simply in love with – you’ll feel the same too!
1. Keeping a home in mostly white is quite simply the first step to making it cosy. Then, like the homeowner here, add on the finer details to make your space more homely – potted plants and flowers, plush rugs, throw pillows, ambient lighting and other favourite things like framed photos and art collection.
Interior Designer: Team BJ
Cost: RM 200,000
2. There’s something warm about this home and its wooden elements. From the walls to the floor in different textures, grains and hues, this landed property is all about casting a natural feel that brings instant comfort. Muted colours like grey and plush finishing like carpets and rugs add on the cosy feel.
Interior Designer: Id Industries
Project: Desa Park City
Cost: RM 126,000
3. Truth be told – going minimalist and fuss-free is really the first step to creating a home that is cosy. Take this home for example – being relatively clutter-free with its smart storage helps deliver an environment that is orderly, neat and tidy. Trust us, you’d rather come home to this than a messy space.
Interior Designer: JGi Concept Design
Project: All Seasons Park
Cost: RM 150,000
4. One great tip in making your home cosy? Stick to cooling colours like grey, blue and beige. This colour palette creates a calming environment, like seen in this home. Spruce it up with the finer details like potted plants, flowers in vases and minimally designed posters to keep to the theme.
Interior Designer: MODS design
Cost: RM 100,000
5. Again, earthy tones can really up the comfort level of your personal space. Like this four-bedroom home furnished with not only furniture in wood but also harmonious colour tones. The owner’s concept of concealed storage space hides clutter while personal belongings on display add a homely touch.
Interior Designer: Nu Infinity
Project: Setia Eco Park
Cost: RM 250,000
6. Straight up, the homeowner’s idea of using “green grass” as a display wall in the living room creates a cosy feel. Not to mention the greenery outside on the balcony and throughout the home as well. An industrial feel in the kitchen and dining area further enhances the natural element.
Interior Designer: Zeng Interior
Project: Tanjung Heights
Cost: RM 200,000
7. In some cases, going all out can in fact create a sense of comfort that is all about showcasing the owner’s personality. Like this home for example, it is flashy with bright pop of colours. It is quirkly with unique finishings like the wall décor and mural. But because everything feels so personal, the home immediately casts a welcoming ambience.
Interior Designer: Sachi Interiors
Project: The Resident
8. Even though your space is small, it doesn’t mean that cosiness is out of the question. Keep in mind again the concept of space: The more spaced out things are, the cosier the whole place will feel. Avoid from doing too much, just like this one-bedroom condominium. Keep the colour palette in unison to create a certain sense of flow.
Interior Designer: MODS design
Project: Adda Heights
9. Make sure that everything has a place in your home. Like what this homeowner did – bookshelves in both the living room and bedrooms that also double up as display cases, reading chair at the corner of the room for uninterrupted reading. The right light ambience adds on a comforting warmth.
Interior Designer: Senterior Design
Project: Sri Ampang Hilir
Cost: RM 135,000
10. A sure-way to create a home that is all about you and comfort? Keep to one theme that speaks of your personality. Like this homeowner whose creative side dominates the overall look and feel. Again, cosiness can also be interpreted as showcasing your personality. Your home should after all reflect who you are and what you want to come home to – all your favourite things.
Interior Designer: X Dimension Design
Project: TWY Duplex
Cost: RM 120,000
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