There’s just something about a cozy home that makes people feel good during the colder months. So, if you haven’t already, right now is a great time to cozy up your home! There’s a lot of ways to do this but here are some of our favorites.
Throw Pillows & Blankets… LOTS OF THEM
Nothing says cozy quite like throw pillows and fuzzy blankets. Keep throw pillows on your couches and chairs throughout your home. Add fuzzy blankets close by too so you can grab them when you sit on the couch to read or watch TV. Pillows on blankets will definitely make your space look and feel cozier!
Warm food during the colder months is not only a great way to warm up but it also is comforting. Plus, making food on the stove or oven will heat your home naturally. Bust out some of your favorite recipes and get cooking!
Soft Surfaces Under Your Feet
Our floors can get pretty cold during the fall and winter months especially on certain flooring like tile and wood. Luckily, there is a way to fix that without cranking up your heat. You can place area rugs in your home and use smaller rugs in certain spots too. You could also get warm slippers to wear around the house.
Bringing plants into your home is a great way to spruce up the place! Plants and flowers give our homes some much-needed life during the winter months. Even if you don’t want to take care of real, living plants you can always incorporate fake plants throughout your home to give it the same cozy vibes.
Warm Lighting and Candles
Incorporating softer lighting will certainly provide a warmer environment in your home. Dimmer switches on your outlets would help you achieve this easily. Not only will softer lights make your home look and feel cozier, lighting up some candles will help too! Candles create a warm ambiance in your home, and if they are scented, they will fill your home with great smells! Also, if you have a fireplace that’s a perfect way to give your home a cozy feeling.
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