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There is just something so nice about winter – the colours, the twinkling frost in the mornings and the cool, crisp days that don’t last long enough. The cool air and shorter days are the perfect excuse to make your home feel warm and cosy before the harsh winter weather sets in.
 
Check your lighting
Use soft incandescent lights. Soft and low lighting works best for the cosy factor. Candles are also a good way to create atmosphere. Place various shapes, sizes and colours of candles on tables, mantels, or coffee tables. Candles when placed in front of mirrors bounce light, filling the room with a nice warming effect.
 
Make use of variety of textures
Soft and fluffy pillows, cushions and throw blankets can make a room look cosier. While baskets and hardbound books arranged neatly in book cases, make the room look more sophisticated.
 
Scent your space
Our sense of smell is such a powerful thing, and pleasant smells can bring about the most positive feelings in the world. This winter, discover the marvellous scent of Mulled Wine and Crackling Fire - a heady fusion of mulled wine, cinnamon and nutmeg finished with amber and warm woods to create warmly welcoming atmosphere for your home. Airwick offer a broad range of candles, infusers and other fantastic products to help you bring that warm cosy factor to your home this winter.
 
For more information on the Airwick products that can help you create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in your home, click here

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