WITH THE APPROACHING WINTER, THE WEATHER IS GOING TO GET COLDER. SMALL TOUCHES TO YOUR HOME DECORATION PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR THE WINTER SEASON AND ADD A WARM ATMOSPHERE TO WHERE YOU FIND PEACE.
With the arrival of fall, the weather has started getting colder. You can make a warmer atmosphere in your home with a few easy steps during the rainy and cold winter days. In this season where being outdoors is not preferable and more time is spent in homes, you can create a peaceful and warm atmosphere in your home. You can decorate your home and prepare it for winter with blankets, colorful rugs, pine cones and mistletoes.
WOOD IS IN FAVOR
Wood, which is shown as the element of winter, adds a cozier feel to your home with the warmness it brings to the ambience during cold days. You can use wood, which is comfortable and practical for tables, coffee tables, chairs, mirrors, shelves, TV tables and so on. It is also possible to create a harmony of colors using dark and light tones of wood together.
BLANKETS ARE POPULAR
Blankets are among the essentials of the winter months. Along with blankets that you can knit to your own taste, you can also consider the options of soft cloth and polar ones. Throws, which have been popular and preferred in the last few years, also take place in homes as neat decoration objects besides being used for warmth. As the soft cotton blankets are the essentials of winter; colorful toss pillows and knitted shams can also be counted as some of the essentials of winter.
A fireplace is another element that comes to mind when the winter season is mentioned. In a house with a fireplace, creating a corner around the fireplace to sip your coffee in front of it might be considered by placing one or two armchairs around it. In this process, candleholders and candelabras are the top accessories to help create a warm atmosphere in your home. While candelabras are preferred in more classic style homes, candleholders in different colors and shapes may be used in modern homes.
Pine cones and mistletoes are the top irreplaceable items of every period of winter decoration. Pine cones, which are believed to prevent worries from entering homes, can be spray painted and optionally polished or simply used as they are in a basket on your table or on the door as decoration. Mistletoes, which grow during the winter months and are also known as Christmas plants, are some of the decorative products which add color to homes. Easy to care mistletoes do not require much watering; can be grown in a vase or used as a door ornament.