Furniture embellishments are hot this season, and it's easy to add nail-head trim to an upholstered piece you already have. To break up the otherwise solid look of this flannel-check headboard, we added polished chrome nail-head trim to accentuate the panel's wingback details.
Old knit sweaters and men's flannel shirts that have been retired from your wardrobe can be given new life again as throw pillows. This trio of repurposed apparel includes a cable-knit sweater as well as a pinstriped button-up and a woodsy plaid flannel.
In this cute window seat, the flannel pattern on the curtain and pillow fabrics playfully accents the green-and-white striped wall. It makes for a restful spot for mom and dad to sit with Baby now, and can easily transition to a cozy reading nook when Baby's older.
Upcycle pieces of an old sweater, or even flannel, for a creative koozie to hold a low-maintenance succulent. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs, a floral and event studio in Aiken, S.C., combined several succulents for this adorable winter look.
If you get cold at night or live in a colder climate, flannel is a smart sheet fabric because of it's plush warmness, says Crowell. Another great choice is cotton sateen since it has a tighter weave and is generally heavier than a cotton percale.
For a fall picnic, creating a cozy atmosphere is key. All of the eclectic elements-fuzzy textures like flannels and wools, serving up fall treats like apple cider and apple cider doughnuts-come together to create that coziness. If the space permits, a bonfire would be the icing on the coziness cake!