Can you feel that nip in the air? If the weatherman is to be believed, we’re going to hit freezing temperatures this week, and that means it’s time to cuddle up, get the fire on, and decorate your room to make it warming and homely. It’s really easy to do, just follow these simple tips!
Update Your Home With New Flooring
In winter it’s a nice idea to give your home a quick update, so it looks clean and sophisticated ready for Christmas, when you might have to entertain a lot of guests. Luckily new flooring will do just the trick – laminate is low cost and quick to install, so you won’t need to worry about having a half finished home in the run up to Xmas. Choose a dark wood for a really warm, cosy theme; there’s a great choice of laminate flooring at NCF.
It’s All in the Details
Don’t think you need to start all over again with your interior design – you don’t necessarily need to buy a new 3-piece suite and install a new kitchen, instead consider what a lick of paint and some new accessories might achieve. You can paint furniture and kitchen cabinets to bring them up to date, and simply by adding a few new cushions, candles and vases, you can add instant festive glamour to your room.
Add Warming Elements
Keep the cold outside, by investing in some warming home additions – dress your windows in some sophisticated venetian blinds from Broadway Blinds Chester, and some heavy draped curtains for decorative effect – add plenty of pretty twinkling Christmas lights for a festive touch, and decorate windowsills with sprigs of holly and ivy.
Add Christmas Sparkle
Every house should have some sparkling lights, but also consider adding other classy Christmas decorations like candles, snow-dusted wreaths, a little tinsel and a lot of home-cooked treats like Christmas cookies and perhaps even a gingerbread house. It’s these little things that will make your home even more festive.
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