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Easy Ways To Freshen Your Home This Winter

Written by Paisley Hansen
Freelance Writer
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More people spend time indoors once the winter season begins to switch from warm to cooler temperatures. For those who want to maintain a comfortable setting, it’s important to have a tidy and fresh interior setting that is enjoyable to spend time in. To ensure that you freshen up the interior of your home during the season, there are a few important steps to take.

Purge the Home

Decluttering the home is one of the most effective ways to clean up the space and allows it to shine during the winter season. Purge each room of the home to remove excess junk and clutter that is taking up space. Consider throwing out products that haven’t been used in the last year by donating the items or hosting a yard sale. This will free up extra space in each room and closet for a more spacious interior setting.

Use an Air Purifier

An air purifier is effective in removing dust, allergens, and pollution that may be present in the home and continue to circulate. You can improve the air quality with an air purifier for the most-used rooms of the home in order to breathe easier and reduce the affects of allergies that many residents suffer from.

You can also replace the air vent filters to improve the indoor air quality and prevent dust from circulating when the heater is turned throughout the season.

Bring in Flowers and Plants

Allow your home to feel fresh by bringing in flowers and plants that can help to clean the air throughout the day. Consider using spider plants, magnolia, and anthurium flower blossoms, which are easy to keep alive during the winter season. This will brighten up the home and will allow a bit of greenery to be incorporated into the setting.The added color from the plants and flowers can also make for a cheery addition for bathrooms or bedrooms.

Deep Clean the Home

You can feel more comfortable spending time indoors during the winter season by deep cleaning the most-used areas on the property. Consider cleaning out the chimney before turning on the fire or scrubbing down the oven from spilled food that has accumulated throughout the year. You can also clean the grout, power wash the driveway, and steam clean the carpets to remove stains that have developed.

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Wash the Linens

Because we spend more time indoors in the winter, we also spend more time on our couches, wrapped up in blankets and in bed. This means we should be increasing our washing routines. Wash different linens that are used frequently in the home to brighten up the setting, allowing it to become cleaner. Decorative pillows on the couch and beds can be thrown in the washing machine, including curtains that are used for window treatments. You can also wash throw blankets and rugs to create a fresh environment.

Redecorate

You’ll want to spend more time in your home after you redecorate for the winter season to create an interior setting that matches the holidays and the cold weather. Consider using a couch cover that changes the color of your sofa, or pillow covers that have a winter theme. You can also add a new area rug or paint an accent wall to create a cozy interior setting that will transform the atmosphere.

Rotating art to different rooms can also change up the style of the home and allow it to look different, which is easy to do in minutes. Temporary wall decals can also be added to a guest bathroom or a hallway to create a new style that looks modern and unique.

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