You’ll want your home to feel warm and inviting all winter. Here are 10 home decorating tips for a cozy and comfortable home.
In the living room
This is the time we are often indoors. You spend a lot of time in the living room, so make yours as comfortable as possible.
1). Swap summer-patterned outfits and cheesecloth for sherpas and thick fleece. Keep the various throw styles folded and available for watching TV and relaxing.
2). Make sure your fireplace is ready to go by providing all the essentials: a short stack of seasoned wood, firewood, safety matches, and an iron fireplace accessory. Set up a crackling fire in just a few minutes! Safety tip- always remember to keep the flu covered when the fireplace is not in use.
3). Prepare various board games such as Scrabble and Pictionary and art supplies for snowy days. Store in a decorative basket or storage area.
In the kitchen
The kitchen is a place to hang out with friends and family. In winter, it’s nice to spend a little time lingering here …
4). Nothing warms the soul more than a cup of hot tea or chocolate. Store the decorative tea kettle on the stove so it’s ready to use. Prepare a box of tea, chocolate, and chai for family and guests who come.
5). Decorative wall art will add warmth to a plain white wall. You can show off a family photo or even add a great looking wall mural for more color, warmth, and style. Create connections and conversations with your wall decor.
In the bedroom
You need to have a super inviting bedroom that you love at the end of a long winter’s day. Make the most of it and with the right touch.
6). A blanket with fur adds warmth and makes you feel good. Flannel sheets are a real treat and prevent surprises from getting into a cold bed at night. Dress the bed pretty with decorative pillows and scarves to add to the layered look.
7). Add a luxurious sleigh bed or use an upholstered headrest for added comfort. For a beautiful and elegant retreat, consider adding a canopy with curtains.
8). Save light panel curtains until it warms up again. Use floor-length paneled curtains with thick fabrics to keep warm and airflow out.
In the bathroom
Be prepared for even the coldest day.
9). Add shower curtain liners to help keep cold air out. The tile floor feels cold in winter. Add a warm, cozy rug to get something nice and luxurious to come out of the shower or tub.
10). Use your thickest and most absorbent towels during the winter months. Stack or roll assorted neatly in decorative baskets right next to the bath or shower.
Use these home decorating tips to help make any room in your home feel warm and inviting. Make the most of your beautiful home in the winter months.