Not too Neat
Comfort comes in many shapes and styles, and for some, being cozy really means letting go and not worrying about being too perfect. This is just the case here: no military-style hospital corners or over-coordinated pieces, just soft bedding that sort of slinks off the edge and invites you in.
A defined space creates comforting boundaries. When it comes to your bed, closing it in a little can help you feel safe and snug. A canopy bed draws a line in the sand around your sleeping space, making it a special haven for invitees only. Whether your style is romantic or restful, a canopy overhead can envelop you in tranquility.
Dim the Lights
Serenity can be fostered beyond the borders of the bed. Room-darkening curtains give you a little break from the bustle outside, even if it's broad daylight. Add an abundance of throw pillows, and you can just lean back, prop yourself up, and get comfortable whenever the mood strikes you.
Peaceful and Pure
The pillows are arranged and the sheets are tucked in, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't have easy access to some impromptu cozying. Keep a couple of soft chenille throw blankets draped across the bed, and it'll be hard to resist grabbing one and cuddling up.
Spell It Out
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