So here we are in mid-January and the Christmas decorations have been put away, a few resolutions have already been broken and the need to make some slight changes remains a priority. But one thing that’s always sure about this time of year is the need to stay warm! Thankfully, doing just that can be both homely and inspiring, with many tips to stay healthy and warm in the winter season able to help with making it through the coldest of months. Allow us to guide you through the home in warmth and style!
Cozy in the Bedroom
When the light is dim and the air is a little frosty it’s always a temptation to stay slightly longer in bed. And when you can enjoy a luxurious surround of designer bedding items, that option becomes ever more enticing! Take a look at the latest designs from some of our favourite designers at Dotmaison and imagine stretching out in relaxing splendour. The newly arrived Aimee White Bedding from Holly Willoughby for example is a collection perfectly geared towards staying nice and cozy when the prospect of going out does not really appeal. The 100% cotton of the bedding is trimmed ideally to bring about a beautifully attuned look to the bedroom.
A Lively Dinner Feast
Without sounding overly gluttonous, sometimes the best way to stay warm and happy is to sit down to eat! It always helps if you can do such a thing in style. Take this 24 piece cutlery set by Laguiole, wonderfully designed in multicolored finish (also available in Ivory and Black). The wonderfully created set could add a touch of lively energy to your next winter dinner home-date – something we think is always appreciated!
Relax in Warmth
The long winter nights can sometimes seem interminable, but even at times like this we can at least stay warm and focused. The Classico Hurricane Lamp by Leonardo is ideal for bringing a feeling of warmth and subtle light into a relaxed living room area. Featuring a beautiful red and white gradient and crafted from mouth blown glass, the lamp can help to create a resolutely calm and tranquil environment for enjoying the good things in life. Try reading a favourite book curled up on the sofa with this discreet friend shining away in the background and you will soon experience exactly what it is to be taking it easy! Enjoy the warmth!
Robert Monk January 13th, 2017