Make Your Christmas Cosy with Sheepskin Rugs and Wool Throws

One of the best things to do over the Christmas period is to snuggle up in your cosy living room with friends and family. There are plenty of things you can do to make your home feel cosy and comfortable, but here are just a few.

Spending a little bit of time adding accessories to make your home inviting is a great way of making your guests feel at home the minute they walk through the door.
Placing a sheepskin rug by the fire is a great way to create a warming centrepiece in the middle of the room. The White Icelandic Sheepskin Rug is truly luxurious and beautifully soft to the touch.

The white is a perfect wintery white and will make your living room look like a cosy haven. You could even drape the rug over a sofa to make the ultimate cosy spot where everyone will want to sit.

The Black Beauty Icelandic Sheepskin Rug would also make a beautiful statement piece for your living room. Like the White Sheepskin Rug, it is super soft beneath your foot and will transform your living room into a cosy space, especially if you have wood or tile floors.

Throws are another fabulous way of creating a sense of warmth this Christmas. Perfect for snuggling up in and watching a festive film, our gorgeous wool throws will also make a statement with their stunning patterns and colours.

The Beige Herringbone Wool Throw is a beautiful warm colour which will look with any colour scheme in your living room. Either draped over the sofa or placed at the end for guests to cuddle up in, the Herringbone Wool Throw is sure to make all your family want one too!

The Turquoise Waffle Pattern throw is also a perfect choice. The tropical blue colour is perfect to warm up any cold living room space, and letting your take a break from the cold without getting off the sofa.

To view our full range of rugs and throws to make your home cosy this Christmas, please visit our website. For any questions, please contact us.

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

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