top of page
  • Amanda Arcone

Winter Wonderland: Cozying Up Your Home in New England



With the snowfall over the last couple of weeks, no doubt winter has officially arrived, and what better way to embrace the chilly vibes than by transforming your home into a snug and stylish winter wonderland? Here are some of my go-to tips for creating those cozy spaces to stay warm and toasty all winter.


1. Warm Hues and Textures:

Let's start with the basics. Swap out those light summer hues for deeper tones like rich burgundy, forest green, and warm browns. Invest in plush throws, fluffy cushions, and a faux fur rug to add that extra layer of coziness.





2. Nature's Touch:

Bring a bit of the outdoors inside! Collect some pinecones, twigs, and branches to create rustic centerpieces. Dried flowers in earthy tones can also add a touch of elegance. It's all about blending nature with your indoor space.






3. Ambient Lighting:

Winter evenings call for soft, ambient lighting. Consider string lights, candles, or even a chic fireplace if you have the space. Nothing beats the warm glow of well-placed lighting when snuggled up with a good book or enjoying a cup of hot cocoa.




4. Custom Furniture Finds:

Since we're in the midst of the holiday season, why not treat yourself to a unique custom furniture piece? A handcrafted coffee table or a bespoke sideboard? It's these personalized touches that make a house feel like a home.






5. Window Treatments for Winter:

Remember your windows! Swap out lightweight summer curtains for heavier drapes in luxurious fabrics. This adds a layer of insulation and gives your space an elegant, winter-ready look.


There you have it, a quick guide to transforming your home into a cozy retreat for the winter season. 


Stay warm and stylish, and let me know if you need more design tips! Visit us in the Studio for all your design, furniture, and decor needs.


You can reach me at amanda@newenglandhomeandinteriors. Check out the website and Studio hours HERE.






33 views0 comments

留言


bottom of page