Cozying up your home for fall is a great way to make the most of the great indoors.
Whether you’re up for an overhaul of your interior or just looking to add a few touches to warm up rooms around the house, there are lots of ways to change up décor for colder weather.
Window dressings are both a practical and decorative way to adapt your home for colder weather. Think about having seasonal curtains, such as lighter ones for warmer weather and heavier curtains that help block out cold air during the winter while giving the room a snug feel. If you’re only thinking of changing out the curtains in one room make it the living room, where you spend the most time relaxing.
Floor coverings are another way to warm up any space. From the kitchen to the bedroom think about adding rugs to warm up cold wood or tile floors. Even carpeted rooms can benefit from an added area rug. Laying multiple area rugs or wall-to-wall carpeting and an area rug is a great way to add texture to any space.
When it comes to more inexpensive ways to make your home feel ready for winter there are a variety of options. Add plush throw blankets and pillows to seating areas so it’s easy to bundle up while watching a movie. Candles in wintery scents are another great option and make a great addition to just about room of the house, from the bathroom to the bedroom to the dining room.
Of course nothing makes a home feel cozier than a hot drink and something baking in the oven. No kitchen is ready for winter without the required baking tools.
From cookie cutters to baking sheets, you’ll be glad you have the essentials on hand when winter weather comes!