With all the nesting going on, you're bound to have more than the usual amount of decorating magazines around. Stash them in this stylish basket. In the warmer months it will be the perfect place to keep those throws. Or you could repurpose it to house your firewood.
Winter is synonymous with gloriously rich casseroles, soups and curries. I love the convenience of a hot-plate-to-oven-to-table cast iron pot for my cold-weather cooking. If you have (sturdy) open shelving, a colorful pot will look great all year.
So much of a home's heat is lost through the windows, especially if you have an older home. Some thick curtains will warm up your room and look good year-round.
Because I don't have an umbrella stand by my front door, I have to walk my umbrella through the house, dripping, to the laundry to let it dry. Stop the drips and create storage with this vintage stand that would add a playful touch to any decor.
Warm up your insides with a cup of tea, hot chocolate or soup. These colorful knitted cozies are just too adorable for words!
The cooler months are the perfect time to get back into baking. You'll have some scrumptious treats at the end, and it will warm up your home and make it smell incredible. Add your homemade stamp of approval with this fun cookie cutter.
Throw rugs and casseroles are all well and good, but what you really need is a constant and effective heat source for your home. This striking fireplace is as much a style statement as a practical necessity. Make it the feature of your living room (instead of the TV), and your family and friends will be drawn to gather around it for all your winter activities.
With the kids playing inside a lot more, you might find toys strewn about everywhere. Create some more storage for toys, art supplies and board games with this clever hollow ottoman. Bonus: While keeping an eye on them playing, you can put your feet and enjoy a cup of tea.
A leisurely morning spent enjoying a cooked breakfast and coffee while doing the crossword sounds like a fine way to start a cold Sunday. This midcentury, Danish-designed coffee pot will be the perfect table accessory.
The door snake might not be the coolest home accessory on the block, but grandma was right about it. I'm considering getting one for my back door since it has a huge gaping space at the bottom lets all the chilly air come in.