To prepare your home for winter with these design tipe 



Insulate your home 

Proper insulation is key to keeping your home warm during the winter. Check your attic, walls, and floors for adequate insulation and consider adding more if necessary. 

Seal air leaks 

Drafty windows and doors can let in cold air, so make sure to seal any gaps or leaks. Caulking and weatherstripping are easy ways to do this. 

Invest in window treatments 

Heavy drapes or insulated window coverings can help to keep the cold out. 

Add rugs and carpets 

Hardwood and tile floors can feel especially cold in the winter. Adding rugs and carpets can help to insulate your home and add warmth. 

Install a programmable thermostat 

A programmable thermostat can help you control the temperature in your home and reduce energy consumption. 

Use space heaters 

If you have a room or area in your home that tends to be colder than the rest, consider using a space heater to supplement the heat. 

Decorate with warm colors 

Warm colors like red, orange, and yellow can make a room feel more inviting and cozy. 

Use candles and lamps 

Adding soft lighting can create a warm and inviting ambiance in your home during the winter. 

Incorporate warm textures 

Textures like wool, fur, and velvet can add warmth and coziness to your home's decor. 

Add plants 

Indoor plants can add life to a room and also helps to freshen the air , also consider getting plants that can survive in lower light conditions.