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Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

  • Light Some Fruity Candles on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#10) Light Some Fruity Candles

    It's often said that smell is the sense most tied to memory, so why not indulge in a little scent therapy? Rather than picking up a few more pine-scented holiday candles, get a little tropical. Grab a few of your favorite summer scents, such as coconut, mango, or honeydew melon, and make bright centerpieces. Fruity scents will liven up any home with memories of days spent lounging in the sun. For the extra ambitious, try making candles with your favorite essential oils or other aromatics.

  • Take Up Crochet Or Knitting on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#13) Take Up Crochet Or Knitting

     

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    Because winter forces people to stay inside, it's a great time to pick up some new hobbies that can be done while watching TV with loved ones. One timeless indoor activity is crocheting, and more recently giant knitting. Spend a few hours mastering the craft and it'll be easy to churn out oversize, chunky blankets, which add warmth and color to any home. Even better, learning to make something feels productive, easing some of the winter blues. Beautiful throws, satisfaction, and warmth make crafting these blankets one of the best ways to brighten up a home.

  • Don't Throw Out The Holiday Decorations Just Yet on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#7) Don't Throw Out The Holiday Decorations Just Yet

     

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    Leaving the tree up months after Christmas is over is a bit tacky, but that doesn't mean the home needs to be rid of holiday cheer entirely. Tuck that tree out of sight and put the stockings away, but consider leaving some of the glitter and pine needles out for the season. It's pretty easy to transition from holiday decorations to winter decorations without losing the coziness associated with the year's end. Focus on maintaining the colors and textures of the season—such as wood, sparkles, white light, and natural features like pinecones and needles—to carry holiday home decor through the winter months.

  • Switch Your Linens To Light Colors on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#4) Switch Your Linens To Light Colors

    If it's drab and dark outside, that means it's time to lighten things up inside. Ditch the heavy curtains and dark bedspreads. It's easy to add a little joy to a room with some pastels or bold jewel tones. Light fabrics can reflect sunlight and make a room feel luminous without losing heat. Don't let the darkness outside impact a room's decor—every little bit of light helps!

  • Make Cute Heating Pads on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#12) Make Cute Heating Pads

    Staying warm is more important than ever in the winter months. Being cold is the best way to feel miserable, so find little ways to keep cozy. Consider making a heating pad from your favorite bright fabric and a little rice, which is an easy craft even for those inexperienced with sewing. A little lavender, a cinnamon stick, or some essential oils can take these relaxing crafts to a whole new level. Tuck one into the foot of the bed or cuddle up with it on a long winter night for the ultimate feeling of comfort.

  • Get A Vitamin D Lamp on Random Foolproof Ways To Brighten Up Your Home In Dead Of Winter

    (#5) Get A Vitamin D Lamp

     

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    Many people feel a bit of an emotional slump during the winter months as the days get shorter and they spend less time outside. One way to combat the winter blues is to invest in a vitamin D lamp, which helps the body produce more of the nutrient despite the lack of sun. A deficiency of vitamin D may be connected to depression, and improving intake during the winter months could help with some of the symptoms. In addition to making the house look a bit more cheerful when everything outside is gray, the lamp may also help maintain a natural circadian rhythm.

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Many days in the severe winter are gloomy, cold, and dramatic weather. Fortunately, we can spend the most difficult days in a warm and comfortable home. You can try to make your home as bright and fragrant as possible. A few simple changes can make a big difference. In addition to demolishing walls, you can also use some techniques to make space bright and airy with minimal time and effort.

The random tool lists 14 great ways to brighten up your home in the dead of winter, try these tips to help brighten rooms, from basement bedrooms to cramped living areas.

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