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Tips for Keeping the Home Warm in Style

Tips for Keeping the Home Warm in Style

During the colder months of the year, keeping the home warm is a top priority. But it's not always easy to do this while also maintaining your own personal home decor and individual style.

Thankfully keeping the home warm and comfortable doesn't have to mean racking up the fuel bill, or deserting a sense of what makes interiors welcoming and homely. Here are a few tips on how to stay warm in style.

 

Warm Lighting



Thinking about the sort of lighting you are using in any given room is an important part of the process of keeping places warm.

The above Table Lamp MOOD Transparent Red is part of Koziol's series of lamps that explore mood and feeling through colour and luminescence. The red colour of this lamp helps to project a warm glow across an interior. The interior slats of the lamp create a unique pattern across the shape of the lamp. This artistic and unique look gives an original and inviting image to the lamp.

Rugs and Blankets

   

Adding extra rugs and blankets to beds and the sofa is an excellent way to get cosy and warm. When there's an eye catching design to enjoy it's even better!

The above Aalia Throw from FatFace is ideal for bringing a warming effect to anywhere in the home. Produced in a strong acrylic material, the throw makes the most of a captivating design that showcases segments of multi-coloured needlework and end pieces within its slate grey background. Beautiful for residents and guests on long, cold nights.

The same design is also used in the Aalia Cushion, 50cm x 50cm. Matching the two together on any piece of furniture helps to create a distinct and elegant look. And wonderfully warm too!

Curtains

   

Making sure that window openings are properly insulated is another essential part of combatting the worst of the winter's cold. Window spaces in rooms - particularly bedrooms and living rooms - are also great for showcasing a gorgeous offering of stylish curtains and drapes.

The above Woven Acorn Cup Eyelet Curtains, Mid Powder Blue by Orla Kiely offer a beautiful way to furnish the window space of any given room. Made from polyester, the carefully designed and produced cutains offer premium durability and warmth.

Easy to wash and take care of the curtain are available in three different sizes, so you can find the exact right measurements.

Another great way to keep the home nice and warm - and stylish!

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