How to Make Your Home Cozy

This post is sponsored by Walmart Home.

Maybe it’s fall approaching, or just living with a half decorated house for so long, but I feel myself craving warmth and a cozy house. I am finding that a great way to cozy-ify my home is to add layers and texture. Luckily, natural and woven elements are all over these days, so it’s making it easy to add just a few pieces to make my home feel a little more inviting.

Okay operation cozy-ify the front room is underway! Here are a few of the pieces I am testing out in my front room (which has sat empty for about 3 1/2 years ha!). I am using pieces from Walmart and shopping their coastal options so that I can add in those natural textures affordably. Right now they have tons of jute, seagrass, wicker, and wood so I ordered a bunch to test out and see what makes the cut! (You can even get free shipping and returns if you buy $35 worth.)

Rooms Items:

This pouf is the most versatile piece. It can be used as an ottoman, stool, filler under a table, or in front of a fireplace to ground the space.

This accent table is the coolest shape.

This throw blanket is gorgeous. I love the detail, and it’s a really thick, high quality fabric.

This light is so cool! You can just plug it in, so no electrical work needed.

I am also going to round up some of my other favorite natural elements for you.

Wood: I mean, come on. I love real wood so much that I quit buying furniture to build it…so it could be REAL wood. I love seeing the grain and the texture that adds.

Seagrass: Seagrass is a grasslike plant that lives in or close to the sea. It can be woven into baskets and other decor.

Jute: Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber from plants that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. It’s used for rugs, baskets and other decor.

Bamboo: Bamboo is a plant that is a sustainable wood and renewable resource. It is being used more and more in furniture, lights, decor.

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