Our home is our haven. It is the place we go to relax, unwind, and spend time with those we love the most. However, a cold home is anything but welcoming, and can make you feel as if you want to be anywhere than in your house or apartment. To help you create a warm and inviting environment, I am sharing the most stylish ways to warm up your home:
Hot Spring Radiators
There is nothing quite like an unsightly radiator to ruin a home’s style. We spend hours decorating only for the big and bulky essential to detract from the design. I am a lover of all things fabulous, which is why I have made a conscious effort to integrate my heating systems into my decor.
One of the coolest and quirkiest radiators on the market is the hot spring radiator. Warmrooms.co.uk even offers some rather colourful options for you to choose from, so they can be a fun addition for any room. With their unique design and bright shades to choose from, the hot spring radiator can become an ideal option in a child’s bedroom.
A Curtain For French Doors
French doors are a beautiful feature in any home, but they unfortunately allow colder temperatures to enter a room. One stylish way to warm up your home is to introduce curtains to your external doors. Simply pick a design that complements your interior and draw them to a close at night for a warm and cosy feel.
Nothing screams comfort and sophistication quite like a wood burner. There is no greater feeling than cuddling up on the sofa and watching the flames go to work at the logs. You can opt for a traditional wood burner for a classic feel or select a modern log burner to match a contemporary home. There are also electric log burners on the market for those who do not have a chimney.
It is the little things that make a big difference when it comes to both style and heating. A draught excluder not only prevents cold breezes from entering a room, but there are many stylish designs online and in-store to match your interior.
Bisque Hot Hoop Towel Rail
Forget the white bulky radiator and opt for the bisque hot hoop towel rail, which is both modern and sleek. It also saves on plenty of space due to its compact circular design and can therefore complement any contemporary interior.
Add A Shelf
This helpful fact came from the BBC that stated adding a shelf above a radiator can add warmth to a home, especially if you live in a house or apartment with high ceilings. This prevents the hot air from rising to the top of the room and it can also offer a stylish addition to the home, because you can showcase your decorative accessories.