Create a cosy home this January


Create a cosy home this January

When the Christmas decorations come down, it always feels like something is missing, which is why the new year is the perfect time for a home refresh. Best of all, it’s simple and easy to do with a few little touches here and there.


  1. Make it cosy for winter – January through to March can often be the coldest months in the UK, with snow usually flourishing across the country, so now is a great time to make your home cosy. Layer throws and cushions on the sofa and on your bed for a cosy winter look; not only does it look perfectly pretty, but it also is practical for the cold weather. A cosy night in pairs perfectly with a hot chocolate in one of our beautiful stoneware mugs
    Wool Knitted Throw
  2. Thermal curtains with a country twist – Add a country touch to your home interior with some new Sophie Allport curtains. Choose a thermal lining to help insulate your room to a high standard throughout the winter. Thermal curtains will also benefit you during the summer too and will help keep the heat out. Curtains add warmth and texture to a room and will instantly change the look. 
    Create a cosy home this January
  3. Spruce your table setting – Planning a dinner party? Seasonal foliage on your table can add a vibrant and refreshing look. Pair with candles that sparkle amongst polished silverware and glistening glasses. For the finale, tie a beautiful bow around your Sophie Allport napkins.  
    Acorn & Oak Leaves Tablescape
  4. Switch up your kitchen linens – Out with the old and in with the new! For an instant kitchen refresh, simply switch up your linens. Match your tea towels, oven gloves and apron for a coordinated and stylish look. For a wintery feel choose warming colours like our  Acorn & Oak LeavesHedgehogs & Trees,  Home Grown, and Woodland Walks or brighten it up with our Poppy Meadow collection! 
    Woodland Walks Kitchen Linens
  5. Add cosy lighting – Nothing creates a cosy ambiance quite like some carefully placed lighting. Forget the Big Light and instead add table lamps to dark corners for a warm glow. Finish by dotting candles around the room for a gentle flicker that will feel calming and snug.
    Stoneware Lamp

Have you got any top tips for making your home cosy? We’d love to hear them. Let us know in the comments below.

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