The first time I saw this photo I smiled. Not only because it was pretty, but also because it cracked me up a little — the bench looks like it could just get up and skedaddle if given the chance. Jokes aside, I think a bench covered in wool may be an easy DIY project if you're looking for something similar.
I really wouldn't mind having a plush, fuzzy rug under my feet as I sit here and type this ideabook, and this photo has me longing for the day I have a desk in my bedroom. It's to come. And when it does, the first thing on my shopping list will be a rug just like this one.
Choosing a shag rug was a good choice for this room. Without the chunky texture offered by this gorgeous rug, the chaise would seem to be floating in the middle of the room.
This room has a vibe that's cozy and inviting. Wool rugs are really nice to have in winter because they add both visual and physical warmth to a space.
Wool blankets look great on a bed or a couch and are very warm in the winter. Because wool is naturally fire retardant, it's also nice to have a few of these blankets around your winter campfires.
Even pillows look great when they're enveloped by a layer of wool — just in time to make your living area a little more comfortable for the chilly months ahead.
These chairs are dressed to impress with cloaks as fancy as these. I can only imagine how soft and cozy they must be. They look like good chairs to make phone calls from; every home should have a cozy place to dial some digits.
So by now it's plain to see that these fuzzy layers practically call out to you, especially when accompanied by a low-slung, slouchy chair. It's probably a safe bet to keep an extra bottle of wine around — your friends aren't leaving any time soon.