Looking for ways to create a cosy home this winter season?
Winters can be full of dull and dreary moment. Decors after the long seasonal holidays are now definitely put away and this makes your home looks so bleak. Lonely. To spice it up, creating and designing a cosy home should be your thing.
Are you now thinking about the expenses?
Worry not! you can get the cosy home ambience your dreaming of at low-cost. Think about doing recycling, innovating, and yes, creativity! With these, you can start planning your first step towards having a cosy home.
Check out on this article the tips to help you achieve your cosy-inspired home look for this winter.
Tip 1: Light it Up with More Candle Lights
Every day you wake up when it’s still dark and leave work almost dark as well, it’s no shock that you should have an extra light to enhance your home’s appeal. With this, you need to make you that you have a good mix of the three lighting types which are the ambient, task, and accent.
Your ambient light is situated in your central ceiling light, while both the task and accent lighting can either be a light that’ll help you perform a task with more visual appeal.
For the types of lights mentioned, a fireplace can be a great pick. However, if you don’t have one, you may opt to purchase a mini fireplace at your chosen discounted store.
But… innovatively speaking, who says you can’t achieve the perfect lighting by just using the fireplace alone? Candles can be a great trick! You can add a group of candle lights on the three lighting spots mentioned.
Put a bunch of candle lights on your dining room as a sort of centrepiece, you may also put one on your living room and on the spot wherein you mostly do your everyday routine, e.g., reading of newspaper and sipping of tea.
By using the candlelight, it’ll not only provide a good source of lighting, but it also adds on to the sort of home ambience you’re definitely looking for.
Tip 2: Add String Lights
Using string lights is also a great way to spice your winter. String lights help to put more vibe in a creative style. You may design on your own, a sort of do-it-yourself string lights. You can use small bulbs or oversized bulbs as your string light. It depends on your preferences and to the spot where you want to put it.
String lights can be strung throughout your living area, garden, or even bedroom. Anywhere it’s put, it can always provide a cosy feeling you’re dreaming about.
Another tip in using a string light, you better use warm coloured bulbs to add an aesthetic warmth feeling in your room.
Tip 3: Go Green
Add on some life by using plants.
It’s definitely not an odd thing to put on some summer idea on a winter season. Applying the idea of having some greenery collections can never go wrong. Adding green plants throughout your homes will instantly produce a lively feeling that’ll give vibrancy not just on you but to all who will visit your house. Perfect idea for getting a first impression or visit that’ll last!
To help you with this greenery idea, you can use a beautiful, natural-looking fake green plants that you can buy at a low price. You can try buying one and apply the idea of a terrarium.
Creating your own terrarium is as easy as one to three by just simply using transparent glass and fake or real plants. This will not just help you get a cosy result, it’ll also add brightness to your room.
Tip 4: Add on Some Layers
Just like your stylish fashion looks for this winter season, you can do definitely do the same to your home. Give your home a tune-up of love by decorating some thick textured blank your lounge, well-designed rugs or floorboards to give some extra warm vibrancy.
You can also add some fluffy cushions to put on your sofa. Viola!, you’re done. Your home is already cosy and aesthetically pleasing.
Tip 5: Provide Some “Air-Love”
Now that you’re done with the physical arrangement, you should not forget to add on some scent that’ll surely make your cosy inspired home a perfect score.
Make it a wintery scented themed. You may use vanilla, chai or coffee scent freshener to spray all over your home. Actually, you can use anything which pleases your senses.
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