5 Easy Ways to Cozy Up Your Home

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These simple ways to cozy up your home will make your space into an inviting winter retreat!

Since the weather has been chilly, we’ve noticed that many of us are looking for easy ways to make our space warm, bright, and cozy. Fortunately, it only takes a few little changes to cozy up your home this winter. It’s as simple as placing a soft rug or switching to soft lighting. Here are a few easy ways to cozy up your home during this chilly season.

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Ways to Cozy Up Your Home
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Add Furry Pillows

Splurge on big furry pillows and add them to your sofa and bed! Pillows can always make the space look and feel cozier. Plus, isn’t it nice to rest in a sea of pillows. Choose textured throw pillows and rich velvet pillows. Don’t forget the faux fur pillows too!

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Layer Rugs

Rugs can make your space feel and look warm this winter. If you don’t have the budget for a giant area rug, you can layer several smaller rugs next to your bed, under the coffee table, or in your reading nook.

Opt for Heavy Curtain

Heavy curtains or velvet drapes can make the space look cozy and warm. Plus, they insulate the room by blocking the cold air from leaking through your windows.

Switch to Soft Lighting

Soft lighting can make the ambiance of your space feel cozy and warm. Plus, it’ll help you sleep well!

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Update Your Bedding

One of the easiest ways to cozy up your home, specifically your bedroom, is to change the bedding with jerseys or flannel. Add a throw blanket at the foot of the bed, just in case you get super cold at night.

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