How to Keep Warm in Winter

How to Keep Warm in Winter

Stay warm and cosy this winter season with our essential tips! Whether you love the winter season or not, it's essential to stay warm during the coldest months. The sun sets early, and the chilly air tends to creep into every nook and corner of our homes. In this blog post, we'll be sharing tips on how to stay warm on a budget.  

Layers, Layers, Layers!

Blush Pink Oversized Sherpa Lined Flannel Fleece Hoodie

Layering your clothing is the most efficient way to keep yourself warm during the winter season. Stay warm with multiple layers. Add slippers, cosy socks, a dressing gown or a thick jumper. You could even wear a hat indoors as they help retain body heat and keep you warm. Take a look at our Oversized Sherpa Lined Fleece Hoodies - a must-have for people who work from home!

Block Out Drafts

Thermal Curtains

Investing in thermal curtains is a great way to keep the cold air out and prevent heat loss in your home. These curtains are designed with special insulating materials that help trap the warm air inside and block the cold air from entering through the windows.

We also tend to lose a lot of heat through gaps around windows and doors. Exclude draughts by lining your windows with rubber seals and use a draught excluders by your doors. 

Hot Beverages

Hot drink

Drinking hot beverages during winter can instantly provide you with warmth. Sipping on a hot cup of tea, coffee, hot chocolate or soup can help regulate your body temperature and increase circulation. Additionally, it's always comforting to hold a warm cup in your hands when you’re feeling the chill.

Stay Warm With The Touch of a Button

Electric Throw

An electric blanket or throw is a great purchase for winter as they are a cost effective way of staying warm without putting the heating on. Electric blankets are for placing on top of your mattress to warm the bed up before you sleep. Heated throws are perfect for staying warm while working or cuddling into on the sofa.

Heating Systems


If you don't want to heat your whole house, you may want to consider alternatives such as electric heaters, fireplaces or even a wood-burning stove. It's essential to choose a heating source that is energy-efficient, economical, and provides enough warmth for your living space.

Cuddle a Hot Water Bottle

Hot Water Bottle

Tried and tested, an old fashioned hot water bottle can provide long lasting warmth and help save on heating costs. As well as providing warmth and comfort, hot water bottles are brilliant for soothing aches and pains. Make your bedtime cosy by placing your hot water bottle in bed while you get ready. When you finally climb in, it'll be wonderfully warm and toasty.

Invest in a Winter Duvet

Winter Duvet

Last but not least, a thick duvet can provide you with instant warmth and a good night's sleep. A high tog duvet traps air between the layers, retaining heat and making it cozy to snuggle up under. You could also add a cosy throw on top of your duvet for extra warmth during the winter months!

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