There is nothing quite like spending the cold winter days snuggled by the fire in a cozy winter cabin. Whether you plan on renting out a cabin for a winter vacation, or simply want to transform your home to give it some extra winter warmth, OROGOLD has brought you some useful tips to create your very own comfy winter cabin.
Candlelight complements just about everyone, and the flickering glow of the flame can transform a dark room. OROGOLD suggests opting for scented jar candles, or even soy or beeswax candles if you are looking to improve the air quality within a room. Different sized candles placed strategically around the room can create some fantastic points of interest, so choose a few different shapes and sizes for different locations.
Scented candles are a great way to add some warming winter scents to a room, but there are plenty of other ways to enhance this. Room sprays are fantastic when a room needs an instant pick-me-up, as are diffusers filled with essential oils. Many companies offer winter scent sets, so that you can easily purchase a variety of warming winter smells.
Add Some Warmth
While a crackling fire is the best way to add some winter warmth to a room, there are other ways to do this if a fireplace is not practical for your home. Comfy throws and blankets add a cozy touch to any room, and the great thing about them is that you can mix and match colors and patterns to create the exact atmosphere that you are after.
A Bedtime Oasis
A warm cozy bed after a cold winter’s day is always so appealing, which is why OROGOLD suggests turning your bedroom into a comfy oasis. A thick duvet will make your bed more comfortable, while fleece blankets on top are great for adding pops of color. Decorative pillows are ideal for relaxing in bed, and give a bedroom a luxurious quality without the hefty price tag.
Do Up the Entranceway
The entranceway to your house is the first room that you, or any guests, come into contact with, so it is worth some extra effort to make this room really stand out, no matter how small it may be. A cozy rug is always welcoming, as is a small entranceway table for guests to place any wayward items when they enter the house. If your entranceway is usually cluttered with shoes, OROGOLD suggests considering lining up some baskets to place the shoes in, while having an extra basket full of spare slippers for any guests that want to kick back and relax. You could also do up the entranceway with some vibrant wallpaper, as this is inexpensive and isn’t too much of a commitment for a rented house.
The winter months can be harsh, but they can also be extremely enjoyable if you have a cozy winter cabin to enjoy. From flickering candlelight dancing across the walls to plaid blankets laid across the sofa, these tips will soon have you embracing the winter and wanting it to last for as long as possible.