Baby it’s Cold Outside

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When the temperatures drop, there is a fervent urge to stay inside where it’s warm. Whether it’s curling up with a book, binge-watching your favorite show, or sitting around with those you love, here are some great products for those days you just can’t stand to be out in the cold.

Matches from Skeem Design offer a sophisticated take on a winter necessity and are worthy of leaving out for everyone to admire. A striker strip on the back of the bottle is an exclusive added feature that makes lighting candles look like an art.

Can’t bear the thought of leaving the house? Sit back and relax into this comfortable sectional from CR Laine as you start your weekend movie marathons. The five cushion Bentley sectional has a modern feel and can accommodate the entire family for those big winter gatherings.

The soft and plush texture of this lumbar pillow by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Frontgate is a luxurious addition that pairs well with any room. Made with 100% alpaca fur in various shades of charcoal, this pillow will make you want to cuddle up next to it and never leave its side.

Keep your toes warm on winter walks with these leather-suede sneaker boots from Cougar. With memory molded insoles and anti-slip outsoles, these boots promise comfort and style for the days staying inside isn’t an option. Available in chestnut and black.

Settle in for your binge watching session with this soft brushed cotton throw from Matouk. The Pezzo throw works in both modern and traditional rooms thanks to a fun fringe trim and a variety of color options.

Gather around this delightful fire with friends and family for a snow day or game night. Hearth Cabinet’s ventless fireplaces feature a new eco-friendly concept that doesn’t require a chimney or vent. Bonus: fireplaces can be custom designed to complement any space.

This shag rug from Capel Rugs would be a cozy addition to your home this season. Classic stripes draw eyes across the room and complement more detailed furniture pieces. Available in a variety of shapes to fit your home needs.

Wintertime brings more items into the living room, like firewood or extra throws, so why not store them in style with a snazzy basket like this Aubrie bag from Made Goods? The Aubrie is available in four handwoven t’nalak patterns, all with a raffia lining and leather handles.

Cold weather calls for hot meals, and more cooking necessitates a quality set of potholders and oven mitts. This playful Kate Spade potholder set is sure to brighten up those dreary winter days.

Kick your feet up with this fuzzy Muffet Tuffet ottoman from Mitchell Gold+Bob Williams. The lush Tibetan fur makes a soft and luxurious statement to warmly welcome guests into your home and out of the cold.

Sip hot cocoa in style and warm your hands with this Maison gold rim mug from Crate & Barrel. Featuring a simple gold rim, the versatile mug has a clean look with a touch of elegance that can easily mix with other dinnerware or stand alone.

Marbled shades of ivory soften the animal fur look on Williams Sonoma’s faux textured sable fur. The throw is large enough to layer onto a bed for a warm, wintery touch. Find more animal-inspired faux furs are available at Williams Sonoma.

Curl up with some mood lighting like this Jonathan Adler ceramic candle. The candle’s midnight black wax has traces of black plum, amber, bergamot, and vetiver. The unique vessel glows as the candle burns and can double as a vase for flowers after the candle has been used.

The Tartini scarf from Sferra is like having one fo the brand’s fabulous throws with you wherever you go. Made with 100% Merino wool, this accessory is soft to the touch and strong against harsh winter winds.

This Currey and Company lamp adds a cozy, homey feel for reading a good book when it’s too chilly outside. The warm, antique gold finish gleams in the light and is complemented by the oatmeal linen shade.

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