Unlike summers, winters is a season when you just want to stay home, lay on the couch all day in front of the fireplace and watch your favorite holiday movies. People tend to spend most of their time at home in winters which makes it even more important for them to update their home décor, to feel a luxury at the comfort of their space. So if you’re overwhelmed with ideas and don’t know where to begin this journey of cozying up your place then here are some awesome tips to help you transition your home décor for winters. Happy decorating!
Burn Your Favorite Holiday Candles
Good smelling candles are a real delight especially if they bring holiday cheer to your home. Candles shouldn’t just be associated with birthday parties or other festivities because burning candles on a regular basis create a relaxed and comfortable ambiance in a room. You can always go to bath and body works or target to get your favorite candles.
Decorate with Warm Elements
By decorating your home with warm blankets, cozy throw pillows and using soft textured fabric you’ll make your home a haven to retreat to when you get back from the relentless and frightening cold weather outside.
Quilts are a great addition to your bedrooms in order to keep the utility bills from skyrocketing. Especially at nighttime the temperature drops which is why it’s best to have something warm to cling to at night.
Rugs and Floor Runners
If you have ever had to wake up and walk towards the kitchen on a cold floor then you know what I am talking about. Rugs and floor runners can come in handy especially if you have tiled or hardwood floors. Rugs also add warmth to a place and bring coziness to it. They’re a real treat to your feat. For the winters try placing a fluffy shag rug. To elevate the aura of your space you can choose bright colored rugs as well like yellow or orange.
Make Your Fireplace the Focal Point
To make the fireplace the focal point of your living room you need to pull your sofas and chairs towards it. You can also set up chairs in separate sections to make sitting corners. This way, your living room will always be ready for you to entertain guests whenever they arrive.
This article was written by Rida Maqbool. She has recently written an article about weight lifting liquid chalk.