The chill in the air can only bring one thing: winter is coming. All we want is to make our bedroom warmer, softer and more comfortable. When it is snowing for the first time, there is no need to overhaul your bedroom. All you need is just a few simple additions that turn your bedroom into a warm winter escape.
- Add textures with throws and pillows. Don't worry about sticking to a texture; cascading a few elements will help bring depth and size to your bedroom, creating a warm, comfortable feel that is ideal for hibernation. Add artificial fur. Feel free to place on the foot of the bed or on the chair, it is very beautiful, very suitable, you can snuggle up to the fur to get warm on a cold night.
- Light scattered around the room. With shorter days and longer nights, look for interior lighting to replace the lack of warmth due to lack of sunlight. Instead of using a single light source, it scatters light around the room to create a glow that makes your bedroom feel lit from the inside.
The incandescent bulb on the dimmer switch emits a very warm, almost orange light that mimics the warmth of the sun. For maximum impact, try adding a top multi-bulb lighting fixture, such as a chandelier, a wall lamp at the bedside (ideal for reading on the bed) and some candles on the bedside table for Danish hygiene.
- Replace the flannel. Nothing is better than reading a good book in bed on a cold winter night or having a Netflix spree. Make the most of your bedtime by replacing your summer cotton or linen sheets with flannel sheets for a hug. The flannel is woven from a fluffy surface that is not only very soft but also keeps it warm, allowing you to stay warm while you sleep.
- Introduce lighter colors. Get inspired by the stylish Scandinavian design and add some light tones to your bedroom. Scandinavia's winter is not only cold, but long and dark, and the demand for light is so inherent that most families base their entire design on capturing it.
Try blending creamy, light blue and cloud gray into your bedroom. They emphasize any light coming in during the day, giving your bedroom brightness you desire.
- Down with a duvet. Even wearing the most comfortable pajamas and a pair of thick socks, sometimes it is impossible to get enough warm and comfortable sleep. When the temperature drops, try switching from a blanket to a heavier duvet filled with 100% goose down. Unlike blankets, goose down is breathable and can be adjusted to your body temperature to keep you warm during the winter (on the flip side, cool in summer).
In winter, you can choose a goose down duvet with a bezel box for optimum insulation. The baffle is a sewed vertical fabric wall that connects the top and bottom tick layers to form a grid inside the duvet. The compartment constructed by the baffle allows the goose to maintain its bulkiness (filling force) and prevent its movement, ensuring that the down is maintained in its thermal properties. In short, even on the coldest nights, goose down duvets ensure a warm and comfortable night's sleep.