Now that the colder, winter months have arrived, many of us have already dug out our favourite chunky knits, wooly hats, and blanket scarves in preparation for the arrival of long, chilly days.
The return of the colder weather also means that we’ll naturally spend more of our time indoors, snuggled up in front of the fire, or curled up on the sofa with a good book. But are the spaces that you spend the most time in warm, snug and cosy?
There are plenty of ways to keep your home toasty, inviting and comfortable this winter, without having to turn on your heating!
Snuggle into a blanket
From throws and blankets through to cushions and faux fur throws, there are lots of ways that you can add warmth, character and cosiness to your home this winter.
And this season is all about adding texture and warmth to your home by piling up a wide range of throws and blankets, in the spaces that you tend to spend the most time in.
From classic blankets through to faux fur feather throws, there’s a wide range of materials available that will allow you to snuggle up in style and comfort!
Curtains – The Bow on the Wrapping
When it’s icy cold outside, the thought of retreating to our favourite spaces gets many of us through the long, chilly days. And, to make sure that you’re always able to relax, unwind and socialise in optimum warmth and comfort, it’s definitely worthwhile investing in a good pair of curtains.
Available in a wide variety of colours, lengths and prints, a thick pair of curtains will help to prevent the rooms in your home from losing heat through your windows! And when it comes to investing in good quality curtains, as a general rule of thumb, you should always opt for the thickest option!
Of course, curtains can also add instant personality and colour to a room, especially if you opt for a pair that complements and enhances your existing décor.
Invest in a rug
It’s possible to keep your toes warm and toasty without having to invest in under floor heating. Integrating a rug into your favourite spaces not only provides an attractive focal point, but it will also allow you to make any environment look and feel cosier, warmer, and more inviting.
Super comfortable and soft underfoot, a rug is a great way to alleviate any cold air which could enter a room through cracks or gaps in your floorboards.
Do It With Style
So, as winter wanders on with days and nights getting colder, say goodbye to the cold in your home with a little help from our well-fitting lined curtains that don’t just offer you a beautiful look for each season, but also keep your house at a perfect temperature. If you want to give your home a delightful Christmassy touch our latest Christmas collection offers a lot of inspiration.