I don’t know about you, but I find packing up all of the holiday decorations sad. It is hard for me to let go of the happiness and warmth that comes along with Christmas decor. I have come up with three simple ways to remedy this sadness by finding ways to keep the warmth of the holiday season to signify that winter is still here without any Santa, snowmen, or garland decorations looming after they’ve worn out their welcome.
1. Keep the scents of the holiday seasons diffusing through your home. I have heard that smells trigger memory better than anything else. Nothing says warmth and winter more for me than the scents of pumpkin pie spice, warm vanilla, cinnamon, and cranberry. Many times the smell of your house can contribute to the overall “feel” just as much as the design scheme. If you want your home to feel cozy, warm, and wintery, keep your favorite scents in the house until spring emerges. You can bake cookies from time to time to keep the smell going or light some candles. I think this can really add to
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