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A warm mood makes your home feel protected. It’s that feeling you get when you sink into a couch in front of the fireplace, nestling with a warm cup of cinnamon-dusted coffee. That settled-in feeling as you listen to the crackle of firewood and cold wind gently rattling the windowpanes.

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Expert Insights

These tips will help bring to life the mood you’re looking to create in your home.

Layer Textures & Tones

Every family room needs warm, plush throws to snuggle in while you sip your morning cup of cinnamon-spiced coffee or relax with a good book at the end of the day. Choosing throws in different textures, color, and patterns is a great way to add variety and warmth to your space. Mixing painted furniture pieces with natural wood ones works beautifully when decorating a room. Painted pieces are perfect for bringing color into a space while wood pieces add warmth. And don’t be afraid to use a variety of wood tones – it will make your space more interesting and give it the feel of having been collected over time.

Stacked Wood

Stack wood near your fireplace to extend the warm vibe farther into your living space. Layering a small rug on top of a larger one is a great trick for adding texture and warmth to rooms with hardwood floors, while also saving you money. Instead of spending a ton of money on a large patterned rug, a large, inexpensive jute rug can be used as the base with a small high-end patterned rug layered on top.

Indoor Fort

To ward off the winter blues, and to create a fun and pretty project together, try building an indoor fort. It is a sweet place for the kids to read at during the day, and with the addition of faux fire candlelight, a lovely place to snuggle up in at night.

Supplies List:

2 eye hooks
a piece of rope
flat bedsheets
homemade garlands
twinkle lights 
block, stones, and/or firewood
battery operated faux candles

Install two eye hooks on the ceiling and tie a piece of rope tied between them.

Layer and throw sheets over the rope to create the lose fort structure.

For decorating the fort to make it cozy, cut out stars and string them up into a garland along with some twinkle lights inside for when nighttime comes. Pile up blocks, stones, and/or firewood and place a couple of faux candles (battery operated) in the center for your own unlit indoor campfire.

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