Cozy Survival Guide for the Winter Months

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We’re talking all things warm and cozy as we enter the winter months!

Cozy Surviival Guide for the Winter Months

Step one, get your self a blanket.  Once the weather starts getting colder all I want to do is curl up with a warm blanket and get cozy! We have a basket full of blankets in our family room and I put out several around the house. However, I’m crushing over the striped cashmere throws from Parachute Home!

Cozy Winter Survial Gude

Find yourself a cozy spot in your home. One of my favorite warm and cozy spots is this vintage arm chair in my living room! Yes, my living room. I’m a firm believer that your living room should be used everyday and can be warm and cozy.

Cozy Survival Guide for the Winter Months

The blanket is from my trip to the Highlands in Scotland and has warm hues that brings out the tones in the yellow striped vintage arm chair. The vintage chair belonged to my grandparents and has special meaning to me.

Cozy Survial GuideGet comfortable with your favorite hot drink, book or magazine and curl up! Who wouldn’t want to get warm and cozy in this chair while reading their favorite book and sipping coffee?

I’ve been dying to read Lookway, Lookway,a novel by Wilton Barnhardt, which is a wonderful satire on the South and Charlotte, with characters that could have grown up with my mother.

Put on some mood lighting and get cozy by the fire!

Cozy Winter Survival

Christmas isn’t over yet and now is a good time as any to cozy up on the sofa with your favorite blanket, put on a fire, and take in the lights on the season. Oh and your favorite drink of choice!

Cozy winter Survival Guide 1Cheers to the holiday season and warm and cozy nights!

Cozy winter survival Guide

Being comfortable is a must in my book if you want to be cozy. Sometimes it’s OK to stay in your PJ’s and have “cuddle time” or “sleepy time” with the ones love!

Wishing you a warm and cozy holiday and winter season!

Credits

Styling, Design and Photography – Sarah Sofia Productions

Striped cashmere throws – Parachute Home

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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44 thoughts on “Cozy Survival Guide for the Winter Months

  1. Such a fun post! I must have thin blood or something because I freeze from about October to April–and I live in coastal South Carolina! 🙂 Blankets and hot tea are a must around my house most nights, or I start to complain about how cold I am. By the way, I LOVE your blanket–the tartan looks like my family’s (Buchanan clan)!

    • Natalie, I have a feeling I’m getting the same way (Ohioian now in Charlotte). 🙂 That’s so cool about your family clan! My family on my mother’s side is Scottish, but I need to do a little more research on the tartan plaid colors. Happy Holidays!

  2. Cozy in the winter time is a must! I have a favorite blanket and a book. I’m reading “Shopaholic to the Stars” by Sophie Kinsella. My drink of choice would be dark chocolate hot cocoa.

    Thanks for sharing your story.

  3. You’ve got all of the cozy essentials covered- blanket, book, fireplace, and of course WINE 🙂 With all of these things on hand, I say bring on the snow (and then let it quickly melt and return to sunshine)!

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