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The Tricks You Need To Know For A Cozy Lounge Area

If you want a cozy lounge area, you’re in the right place. As the weather becomes colder, it’s only natural to want to spend more time at home. This makes it a great time to give your home a warmer makeover and make it feel more cozy. Take a look at these tips that will help you to do this yourself:

Make Sure You Add As Much Texture As Possible
Adding as much texture as you can to your lounge area is going to make it feel cozy and multidimensional. If you don’t add enough texture, your room can end up feeling bland and boring. You can mix texture up in a number of different ways, using things like throws, cushions, and more to make it happen. Get creative and mix as many as you can to create a cozy feel.

Take Your Time Selecting The Right Furniture
Make sure you take your time selecting your furniture, as it’s going to make the biggest difference to your lounge area when you want it to look cozy. You can take a look at the suites on a site like http://www.rothnewton.com.au/lounge-suites/ to get an idea of what to add to your room. You don’t need to make your furniture match either, if you’re brave enough to mix it up.

Consider Adding Vintage/Antique Touches
Adding vintage and antique touches to your lounge area will make it feel lived in and give it some character. You can sometimes find items that simply look vintage/antique and buy them new, or you can hunt around secondhand and vintage shops to find something that suits you. A few accessories like this will make all the difference to your home.

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Show Off Friends and Family
If you have pictures of your friends and family, make sure you show them off. This is going to make your home look like somebody actually lives in it. You can display them anyway you like. You could dot them around, or have them all displayed on one wall. Using frames of different shapes and sizes can add lots of personality.

Mix Different Styles
If you like two different styles or themes, don’t be afraid to mix them up. This will help you to really show off your personality and make your home represent you more. For instance, mixing modern and antique is usually a popular choice, but you can get as creative as you want.

Bring A Bit Of Nature Inside
Bring a bit of nature inside your house, such as pretty plants, flowers, or even decorative branches. This makes your home feel more warming and welcoming, and nature has been proven to have health benefits when used in the home.  

Install An Electric Fire
Installing a real fire would cost a lot of money and be quite a lot of hassle, but there’s nothing stopping you from installing an electric fire. Pointing your furniture towards this could make the world of difference!

Have fun creating your own cozy lounge area!

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