10 Ways to Make Any Room Feel Cozier

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Every winter I find myself wandering around our house, trying to add an extra blanket or candle to each room to make things feel warmer. Coziness is essential when temperatures start to dip, so I’ve been thinking about all the ways you can cozy-up a room without doing anything too major. It all comes down to soft fabrics, warmer lighting and scents and textures that make you feel comfy. So if you’re looking to make your home a little cozier this winter, click through to check out some of our go-to tricks and finds to warm up any space. xo, grace

  1. A great series of tips. I love adding more blankets and candles in the winter. It doesn’t hurt to increase the temperature in the house, too.

  2. Susanne Amrein says:

    So true, I do the same thing. I add more pillows to the couch, blankets, lots of candles and string lights and I make a fire in the wood stove. Keep warm! Thanks for your always inspiring blog, so worth reading!! Susanne

    1. Jackie says:

      Also, you can add the invisible blanket of an inviting aroma… like baked apple pie to your space for additional coziness.

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