After your latest new year, new home updates with paint colors and a few pieces of art, your home still feels like it鈥檚 missing something. We鈥檒l give you a little hint: It鈥檚 texture! This oft-forgotten style solution will instantly make your space more cozy and compelling. Since it鈥檚 not always easy to figure out how to pull it off, we found a ton of fun and unexpected ways to texturize your abode. Books, velvet, and plants will bring a little hygge to every nook. Scroll on to learn how to texturize your nest with the very best.

Books

1. Books: If you really want to maximize your texture potential, look beyond standard decor. Books, for example, are a killer texturizer for this otherwise all-white aesthetic. (via Gravity Home)

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2. Faux Fur: Not only is faux fur an uber-popular trend this season 鈥 it鈥檚 also an awesome texture-maker. Add a rug or throw in this material for an instant style update. (via Style Me Pretty)

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3. Rattan: Rattan brings in a whole lot of texture to any room it鈥檚 added to. Play up one or two colors in the palette with solid throw pillows for your sofa or reading nook. (via The Style Files)

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4. Layered Rugs: When it comes to rugs, layer yours for a chic and cozy vibe. Stick to neutral tones so they don鈥檛 clash, and opt for woven materials. (via My Domaine)

5. Light Fixtures: Here鈥檚 a little-known style secret: A unique light fixture can actually be a killer texturizer. Install a modern or geometric light fixture to give your look an immediate upgrade.

Organic Materials

6. Organic Materials: Who knows texture better than Mother Nature? Add a few more elements from nature to your abode for an easy peasy texture update. (via A Beautiful Mess)

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7. Velvet: Add just a splash with a velvet throw pillow or take your space to the next level with velvet dining room chairs. Bonus if they鈥檙e in Pantone鈥檚 color of the year. (via Nate Berkus)

Patterns

8. Patterns: Texture isn鈥檛 necessarily about the material. Adding colorful patterns to your look can visually add dimension that鈥檚 as compelling as any other. (via Apartment Therapy)

Pillows

9. Pillows: What鈥檚 cozier than a bed of pillows? A bed of super soft and stylish texturized pillows. You can鈥檛 have too many, so add 鈥檈m with abandon! (via Design Love Fest)

Plants

10. Plants: Pairing literal greenery with Pantone鈥檚 color of the year can texturize your nest. You鈥檒l add all kinds of personality and bring good vibes while purifying your air. (via Ernests)

Wallpaper

11. Wall Updates: Your walls are a texture update just waiting to happen. Use patterned wallpaper to pack a powerful punch. (via Smitten Studio)

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12. Woven Baskets: Want to play with texture but like to keep your look minimal? Throw some woven baskets into your all-white mix for an extra cozy feel. (via Domino)

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