As the temperatures continue to drop outside, we will all be spending more and more time indoors. There are endless ways to make your home feel cozier for winter if you have some extra money to spend, but if you’re being mindful of your finances after the holidays, the task can feel a bit tricker. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Here are seven simple ways to make your home feel cozier without spending a dime.
Lighting some candles around your home is one of the easiest ways to make your space feel cozy, and who doesn’t have a stash of candles sitting around somewhere in their home? Not only will the flickering light add a sense of warmth and charm, but your home will smell great too.
As the temperatures drop, it’s time to bring out all of those extra throw blankets and quilts you have lying around in storage. Drape blankets over your couches, chairs, beds, and ottomans; fill a blanket ladder and display it in the corner of a room; or fold extra blankets and place them in the corner. Sticking to warm textures such as wool where possible will help to make the space feel cozy.
“Bringing elements of the outdoors in is a great hygge hack,” says Keely Smith, lead interior design specialist at JD Elite Interiors.
Displaying winter plants and branches in vases or planters around the home is a simple way to add some natural charm to your space and make your home feel cozier. There’s a reason that Christmas greenery like garlands are so popular during the holiday season.
Despite what you might think, you don’t need to spend money to make this happen. A simple foraging trip to your local forest or even your backyard is all that’s required.
Keep an eye out for fallen branches and pinecones, or grab a pair of pruning
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Hypertufa is a cast “rock-like” material which can be used for relatively inexpensive bonsai pots and slabs for plantings. It looks like rock, can be cast into almost any shape, is very lightweight and also strong enough to withstand the freeze/thaw cycle of most northern climates. The American Rock Garden Society uses the following basic recipe to create alpine troughs. They can be textured anywhere from very smooth to a rough rocky look for a “natural pot”.
This weekend has been beautiful, much improved from last weekend. I hope when the latest load of storms blew through you didn’t lose anything. I’ve seen on various gardening and allotment Facebook pages that lots of people lost greenhouses. If you can, and I know it’s tricky to on an allotment site screw your greenhouse to a solid base of either concrete or slabs. For those who lost precious items I hope you are able to put them back together. We were very lucky and all I found was a slate roof tile on the gravel at the front of our house, but I couldn’t find exactly on the roof where it came from. Opposite lost 6 ridge tiles and 1 is clinging on for dear life so maybe the slate tile flew off from their roof. Oh but when Eunice blew through on that Friday we did lose electricity just before 3pm and finally returned a little after 11pm. But no biggy, we had fish and chips by fake candle light and then were in bed by about 6.30pm.
We are constantly aiming to make our homes smell welcoming and warm without being overpowering. This leads our cabinets to overflow with candle collections or a constant simmering pot always on the stovetop.
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