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How to Bring Texture Into Your Home This Winter

When the weather outside is frightful, make your home delightful with warm texture! The look and touch of textured materials create a comfortable nest that wraps you up and tucks you in on chilly wintery days. Even when the weather is good, you’ll feel extra cozy for the holidays.

Here are some ways you can snuggle up in style!

Get Cushy with Cushions

Set out ample pillows and cushions in a mix of textured fabrics. The more variances in the material and design, the more texture they bring. Prioritize fabrics like velvet, corduroy, boucle, and faux fur. For variety, blend different knits like cable, merino, and mohair. Fringe adds even more interest. 

Blankets – The More the Merrier

Few items bring a warm and inviting feel more than plush blankets. In addition to the fabrics mentioned above, look for wide, chunky knits or thick wool. Drape or fold multiple blankets over chairs and sofas or set them in nearby baskets. You’ll find that people will want to crawl into all that coziness. 

Bring Nature In From the Cold

Display natural seasonal items like pine cones, branches, dried flowers, and seasonal potpourris—even nuts in a bowl. You can also use those nutshells to create seasonal artwork. Add in natural-themed coasters and picture frames to complete the look.  

Deck the Walls with Textured Wall Treatments

Hang handmade woven creations and textured items like macrame plant holders, hand-stitched wintery scenes, and seasonal ceramic plates. The personal touches add richness to the room while enveloping you in texture.  

Drape Furniture with Seasonal Items

Every surface is an opportunity for more texture. Top your dining table with a knit runner or tablecloth, and add a dried floral centerpiece. Stage decorative wooden boxes, snow globes, and miniature holiday settings on console tables. Your table tops are an ideal stage for seasonal décor. 

Go Big With Your Changes

If you are a fan of larger seasonal changes, you can add plush runners and rugs, seasonal drapes, and small furniture items. Some popular materials are shaggy wool for rugs and crushed velvet for curtains. Add in a textured ottoman for added coziness and more room for guests. Check out textured upholstery and ottomans, too. It’s cozy comfort taken to the max!

Infusing your home with abundant texture will make it your favorite place to hunker down this winter. With the right mix of cozy room accents, warm texture, and natural elements, you’ll have the coziest, snuggliest home on the block. You’re friends and family won’t want to leave, so be sure to stock up on that eggnog. 

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