Introduction:The obvious way to warm up a room is to turn up the heat, but there are other things you can add as well. For instance, you can add a bunch of people into the room. Human bodies generate heat. Read on to find five more ideas to make your place seem warmer.
If you have a fireplace, use it. Just looking at the crackling flames makes you feel warmer psychologically. Speaking of flames, you can get a portable electric firelace heater with simulated flames. It has the same effect.
Put nice, fluffy throws over the backs of chairs and sofas. Nowadays, you can find knit, crochet, fake fur, or microfiber throws. Use warm colors and just sit and snuggle with a cover. You will feel warm.
Rugs add warmth fast. A bare floor feels many times colder than one covered with a plush rug or carpet. Once again, use warm colors to make it seem even cozier.
At night, cover the windows with thick, insulated drapes or curtains. This keeps out the cold. Check the windows to be sure they are well insulated around the edges. Fix them if they're not.
Colors with yellow tones make you feel warmer. Consider painting your walls in a warm tone. Use earth tones and dark colors to make your place heat up. Just adding a bunch of accessories in warm tones can take the chill off fast.
See? There are more ways to warm up a room other than turning up the heat.
It's a little chilly even here in Florida these days. I got out the throws per your advice!
I learned something from this list! Yellow, here I come.
Great helpful list to chase away winter cold.
You're spot on! Not only is yellow the warmest color, it's the happiest. And I love throws to cuddle up in. HI5
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