The festive season may be behind us, but as we battle with those New Year’s resolutions and January diets, the evening trip to the gym is often abandoned as the thought of wrapping up by the fire and finishing off the last of your Christmas treats is far more appealing.
So, is your home fully equipped to keep you warm and cosy during those cold nights? Like traditional winter escape destinations, you can transform your home into your perfect winter escape with these interior design ideas.
Fill up on the essentials
It is no surprise that during the winter months many will accessorise their home with a variety of rugs, blankets and cushions as filling your home with such winter essentials will give the impression of cosier rooms. This tactic is also popular around the world. The Mongolian Yurt is renowned for its use of throws, rugs and large cushions. If you’re looking to accessorise your home with a variety of cushions take a look at the range available at Julian Charles.
Add warmth with woods
If you’re looking to add depth and character to your home, be sure to utilise materials such as wood. Known for their use within Swiss chalets, and the North American Craftsman house, wood adds the feeling of warmth to any interior.
Create a cosy atmosphere with colours
When it comes to colours in winter, there are a variety you can choose from to get the feeling of warmth. Popular colours used in colder countries to create a warm and cosy atmosphere include reds, oranges and purples.
Keep warm with a roaring fire
Commonly associated with most cottages found in West Wales, the rough brick and thatched roof exterior would be complimented with an interior log fire. The staple of any living room is now becoming an increasingly popular addition. Not only is it a stylish must have, but it will also heat any room on a cold winter’s night. Teamed with your favourite fluffy blanket and hot chocolate gives for the perfect winter night scenario.
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