Brrr, it’s cold outside!

“Warm Up Your Interior During Cold Winter Months”

The winter is the longest of all seasons, and just happens to be the coldest, too. So, chances are you will be spending less time chilling outside, and more time getting cozy inside. Michael Craig of shares his expert tips on how you can warm up your interior with just a couple simple steps!

Cold weather is cuddle weather – whether you’re alone on the couch watching TV or snuggling with your loved one, nothing warms up your couch like a new throw. Make sure it’s soft and snuggly to keep toes toasty on cold nights.

Add warm color to your interior, such as a warm red or hunter green. These colors will breath new life into your space and perk up your mood. Match your new throw with fun throw pillows that complement the warmer color scheme.

Light always warms up any space. Add some snazzy, new lamps to brighten up any dull or dark areas.

There is no better way to add some life to the cold dreariness of winter than by adding a plant. Not only will it provide warmth but you’ll also get the added bonus of clean oxygen produced by your new green friend – genius!

Like a hot cup of coffee warms you up from the inside, furniture in warm wood tones and finishes such Cappuccino can heat up a kitchen or breakfast nook. Add microfiber or fabric covered cushions to create a barrier between your warm body and cold seats.

Finally, an inexpensive and practical way to warm up your space is to cover up your wood and tile floors with rugs and runners. Not only will you liven up the space – your feet will be thankful on those cold winter mornings.

Here’s to warming up your winter!

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