Bring warmth into your house

Bring warmth into your houseWhen it starts getting dark early in November, and slowly but surely the cold begins to sneak in and thick fog spreads, it is time for homely comforts. We will tell you the secret for warm comfort in your house. Get inspired and make sure to decorate your house so you can get really cosy.

Cuddling in front of the fireplace

The best way to flood your house with warmth is with a fireplace. Snuggle up in a wool blanket on your sofa and look into the crackling flames. A treat which is not only for romantics, but also a way to wind down after a long day’s work.Warmth has a beneficial effect on the whole body, relaxing the mind and filling the body with new energy.

Wool, warmth, wool rug!

For those who don’t have fireplace at home, you can turn your sofa into an oasis by adding cuddly cushions and throws. Are you still looking for the right wool blanket for cold days? The wonderful und Wiatt day throw from our interiors shop is an exclusive addition to your living room, and the perfect accessory for cold winter days. A high quality carpet like the one in this farmhouse in Kitzbühel will lend your living room a cosy atmosphere, and will keep your feet warm too.

Lighten the mood

Are you looking for more living accessories to provide your four walls with a touch of warmth? Natural oak wood, like the table top on this coffee table exudes comfort and is a beautiful centre piece for autumnal decoration. Candles are a timeless guarantee for atmospheric ambience and are a must for all tables at this time of year.  For example, an antique-style chandelier can provide fascinating lighting and a comfortable atmosphere throughout the house.

If you manage to create harmonies in your house using furniture and accessories, then you will definitely escape the winter low. If you don’t believe that your home can improve your mood, then these five decoration tips will convince you! Are you already on the search for a comfortable retreat in the mountains? Then have a look at this Austrian chalet in an extraordinary Tirolean style.  

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