FEELING COLD COLD COLD

If you’re currently in the cold or about to be, maybe a few of these lovelies will help bring some warmth to your place. Oh and if you’re in the warmer climates, don’t worry I haven’t forgotten about you, you can check out this hot  post here, full off all sorts of great products for the warm weather.

  1. Who doesn’t love the idea of an open fire place? But if you’re not already blessed with one, these clever flu-less fires from Eco Smart Fires may be your best bet. There’s plenty of designs to choose from and with no wood to burn or smoke it’s the clean, green way to have a fireplace. For more check out Eco Smart Fire.
  2. There’s nothing better than the smells of a slow cooked casserole wafting through the house and this greyey-purple dish from Le Creuset will not only cook well but look good too. For more check out Le Creuset.
  3. A great way to make way for the colder temperatures is a rug and this purple area rug from IKEA will feel great on the toes while you rug up in front of your eco smart fire. For more check out IKEA.
  4. Some more winter joy from our Swedish friends with these smart and stylish candle holders. I love candles in the winter time especially in Sweden when you can have them on nearly all day thanks to the lack of daylight, it makes for such romantic work conditions and it takes the strain off your heating bill too. For more check out IKEA.

Of course there’s plenty more ways to winterise your home but I think these four products will help keep things lovely and toasty while looking great.

Product images from Eco Smart Fire, Le Creuset and IKEA.

Lisa Lloyd

I'm a graphic designer, blogger, print maker and lover of food. I love working with small businesses and making their branding shine.When I'm not in front of the computer, I'm hanging out with the coolest people I know (the hubby, the toddler and two puppies).

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