Filling the interiors of your home with light, warmth, and comfort during the cold, dreary days of winter is challenging. But nothing is impossible if you use creativity, winter decorations, warm colors, and cheerful lights.
From flowers and candles, to planters and table lamps. Decorations complemented with bright paint and beautiful rugs or even new curtains you bought at a steal! Experimenting with different décor is always so much fun. These simple items can turn your house into a cozy sanctuary in no time.
Create a Reading Space
During the cold winters, there isn't much you can do except read, interact with family members, or watch a movie. We the perfect idea for the bookworms: Create a reading space of your own.
Enhance your reading nook by painting your bookshelf with an appropriate color. Use bright colors for an uplifting environment or dark colors for an enveloping one. Put your phone on silent mode, pick up a good book, and curl up on your armchair for a quiet and cozy evening.
Make Memories with Wall Tiles
Of course, hibernating in style cannot be complete without rediscovering almost forgotten memories. Indeed, there’s no better way to do so than by creating a montage of your life’s most prized milestone than by creating photo tiles, and storyboards.io have the perfect product selection for you.
Enjoy creating stylish wall tiles from your favorite photos. And if you’re worried about practicality, don’t, because they can stick to virtually any surface without ruining your walls. Plus, they’re affordable!
Stick them on the empty spaces on the walls of your living room, bedroom, or reading nook. Winter needn’t be the only season you can enjoy these ornaments, because you can surround yourself with the sweetest memories all year through!
Set the Table for Dinner
Stop eating on the sofa. Instead, put some warmth into the chilly environment by setting the table. Light some colored and scented candles, cover the table with a brightly colored cloth, and arrange the napkins.
Change Your Curtains
You may have to change the curtains now that you spend a lot of time indoors. Whether you choose bold colors with lovely patterns or plain neutrals, choose hues that exude warmth and make you comfortable.
It’s also good to choose curtains that not only look beautiful, but are actually easy to maintain. Curtains of heavier materials are beautiful when they brush the floor, but you may like them shorter if you don’t want them to gather dirt and get stuck in the vacuum cleaner.
Bring in the Greenery
Do you have a large mirror over the sinks in your bathroom? Hang a green leafy garland over the mirror. Prefer plants in other rooms of the house? Why not include a few potted plants to create a cheerful green environment. Takes things further by covering the staircase with a lush green garland and watching it bring a lackluster room to life.
One tip for those who lack a green thumb: try to opt for low maintenance plants, and ones which thrive in the conditions of the room you plan on placing them. Think light and humidity levels. These, amongst other factors will determine which plants you should purchase.
Create an Inviting Entrance
You can make several changes to make your home’s entrance inviting so that your guests feel welcome and comfortable. Keep a planter near the entry to your house and grow princess pine, berries, moss, or any other plant of your choice to create a cheerful atmosphere.
Use your front door to depict the beauty of the season. Instead of hanging traditional wreaths, decorate the entrance with soft twinkling lights, stockings filled with candy, snowflake ornaments, and any other item that gives you the feeling of winter.
Place a bench, coat racks, hooks, and a show corner at the entrance to make things easier on snowy days. You can also hang some eucalyptus at the entrance to create a soothing and fragrant atmosphere.
Get More Lamps
Stop relying on ceiling lights during the winter. Instead, invest in decorative floor and table lamps that match your walls and ceilings. Beautifully designed lampshades not only give you the required light but also fill the room with cheer. Also, table and floor lamps emit a gentle light, unlike harsh ceiling lights.
So… what are you waiting for? Start experimenting with the above suggestions because trust us, your home will be a lot cozier this winter!