It is now the middle of winter and many of us are hiding in our cozy homes from the pale colors and cold of winter outside. If you think your home isn’t cozy enough, you can easily add a few in minutes. I’m going to show you a few ways to do this.
Open layouts are everyone’s love, but large open spaces in winter feel cold and hideous. Arrange the furniture so that it has some cozy nooks and crannies. Screens, shelves and furniture will help you organize this. The easiest and most popular idea is to use a windowsill if it’s big enough to sit or lie on – just put some pillows and blankets on the windowsill and voila! If there is a cooler inside, it will be even more convenient.
Not enough heat? Add warm and cozy textures like faux fur or chunky knit. Wool blankets, duvets, plush pillows and furniture covers will make even the coldest room feel cozier and more inviting. Keep large items neutral when choosing. If they are small, try bold colors for a harmonious look.
Winter neutral or white
White or warm neutrals are very wintry. When you use them as decor, they definitely create a mood that looks cozy and chic. They don’t make your interior colder, they just give it a winter feel and make it cozier than before.
Lights are necessary to create mood and coziness, but nothing beats candles! Candles in all types of candlesticks and in your faux fireplace are just what you need in winter, and in fact they’re always on point any other time of the year. Find or craft candle holders to match your decor, or make them an artificial fireplace to show and imitate fire. You won’t regret it!
Comfort and coziness are not just about looking good, but also about smells. What can bring cosiness in winter? Warm up and add aromatic flavors like cinnamon, coffee, herbs, citrus and other things. To bring them into your home, you can use aroma lamps or just candles. If you don’t have a smell, make your own candle! Pomanders have an amazing smell so don’t hesitate to use them for decor and just a cool look.