Baby it’s cold outside.
We’ve got a few style tips to transform your nest into the season with comfort and joy. Plush textural fabrics and warm color palettes add an extra layer for those cool temps. NOTHING is better or more luxurious than wrapping up in a yummy cashmere throw. At my house, it’s first come, first serve and Gunner the golden manages to claim that “binky” almost every time. 🐶
Rollup the seagrass rugs and store them for spring –it’s time to roll out some thick, tactile rugs in their place. Rugs transform any space, however, as the nights grow longer and the temperatures drop, a deep-pile rug serves as a welcome addition to hardwoods. Pattern and colour are optional, but the crucial details are rich texture and deep pile to keep draughts at bay. Add in another textural layer with a silky Mongolian fur or velvet pillow.
Give your bedroom a quick and cozy makeover to prepare for the cold-weather season. Layer in plenty of texture with quilts, throws, and pillows. A chunky woven throw infused with a collection of boldly patterned pillows, adds warmth to neutral spaces that provides an interesting juxtaposition to the starkness of nature outside your windows. Bright colored accessories and art can take a room into the spring and summer, so this winter decorating idea becomes a savvy investment. Incorporate plants into your winter decorating to make rooms appear livelier and more cheerful. Your fiddle fig will appreciate the warmer environment.
A window seat offers the perfect perch on a wintery day for an afternoon nap or time spent lost in a good book. Keep your window seats comfy by bulking them up with puffy seat cushions and pillows. If space permits, set up a craft table for family fun, whether it’s creating holiday decorations, puzzles or game night.
Let it glow. The change of weather is always a great time to select your signature seasonal scent. Choose your favorite candle for sensory undertones of winter like smokey tobaccos, woodsy pines or berries.
Stay warm, have fun styling your home for those chilly days ahead.