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When the seasons change and the temperatures drop, most of us choose to stay inside on the most blustery days of fall and winter. However, even winter days spent indoors can seem cold and grey, much like the weather outside. We’ve got the solution for that, though.

You can’t do much about the chill in the air, but you can do a lot to warm up your indoor space during the winter months. Give your home the cozy feeling you crave with these picks to help get you through the coldest days ahead.

Blankets and Throws

Sometimes even the thickest sweater or hoodie just won’t cut it. When you’re spending the day indoors and laying back on the couch or getting comfy in your favorite chair with a good book, there’s only one thing that can really keep the chill away—a nice, warm blanket.

Ivory Faux Fur Throw

There’s something luxurious about the look of fur, but most people can’t get behind the idea of having the real stuff in their homes. To get the look without the guilt, go with this super warm and fluffy faux fur throw to keep yourself toasty all season long. When it’s not in use, drape it over the sofa to add a hint of luxury to your home.

Thick Blanket Scarf

This super cute wrap has the benefit of being a scarf and a blanket all in one. Use it as a lightweight throw when you’re lounging around the house, then just wrap it up to be used as a scarf right before you head outdoors.

Super Soft Plaid Throw

Whether it’s an extra cold night or you have guests staying over, having an extra blanket or two is never a bad thing. The only problem with this one, however, is that it’s so soft and warm that you’ll never want to share it. Buy one for yourself and one for the rest of your family members to fight over because we guarantee this is one blanket everyone in the house will want to keep to themselves.

Warm Accessories

When you do eventually have to head out into the cold, accessories often don’t get invited to the party. Your coat never gets forgotten because you really can’t get too far without one, but gloves, hats, and warm socks often go unthought of until it’s a little too late. The key here is to get accessories so cute and warm that they’re impossible to leave behind.

Chunky Knit Gloves

Gloves are typically too expensive to really seem worth buying, or so cheap that they really don’t do a lot to keep your fingers warm. These chunky knits gloves are the best of both worlds—they’re affordable and warm, and they have a special touchscreen fingertip on the index finger and thumb so you never have to take them off to use your phone.

Cable Knit Beanie

When the temperature dips, there’s only so much a hooded jacket can do to keep your ears and head warm. This beanie will keep your ears covered and protected from the cold, but is still thin enough that it’ll fit underneath your hood on particularly cold days. It comes in dozens of colors that will go with any outfit or style, so whichever shade you choose, it’ll quickly become a go-to during the winter season.

Merino Wool Blend Crew Socks

Unless you’re wearing boots, normal ankle socks just don’t cut it in the cold weather. Whether you’re spending the day outdoors or just want to feel a little cozier inside the house, these wool blend socks will give you the warmth you need with a pop of color, too.

Cozy Candles

Looking for the glow of a roaring fire, just without all the work? There’s nothing like a good candle to give you the warm ambiance and soothing scents you need to get through a winter’s day.

Birch Candles

Sometimes candles aren’t all about scents, but about giving your home a certain look and feel. These unscented, birch-wrapped candles bring the outdoors in, giving your fireplace mantel or holiday table a rustic pop all season long.

Galvanized Balsam & Spice Candle

Around the holidays, the smell of pine and balsam is guaranteed to get anyone in the spirit. You may have a few candles with this scent in your collection, but fans of the show Fixer Upper will want to make room for this version, because Magnolia’s long awaited collaboration with Target is finally here. The unique galvanized container will add a hint of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ signature rustic style to your home.

What’s In Your Cup?

Some people are reluctant to give up their iced coffees and chilled beverages even when winter comes, but sometimes a warm drink is just what you need to chase away a chill. Why not make the experience a little more festive with a fun cup and a new warm drink?

Be Merry & Be Bright Mug Set 

This mug set is sturdy yet simple, and you’ll  be reaching for them all season long. These ceramic mugs are dishwasher and microwave safe and the phrases “Be Merry” and “Be Bright” are the perfect, subtle reminders that the holiday season is right around the corner.

Hot Cocoa K-Cup Sampler Set

You’d probably have trouble finding someone who doesn’t enjoy the occasional mug of hot cocoa, but every once in a while you just need something a little different. That’s where this K-Cup sampler, packed with new flavors like Junior Mints and salted caramel hot cocoa comes in—ensuring something new for you to try.

Copper Mug Set

When you have friends over to gather around a bonfire on a cold night, a big pot of apple cider for everyone to drink will get your guests in the fall or winter mood. If you’re looking to switch up your drink ware, this copper mug set will not only add to the ambiance, but keep your drinks hot longer because they’re made of pure, thick copper.

Set the table.

Whether you’re planning a simple dinner party or hosting a holiday feast, setting a festive table can really bring an event together. These stylish pieces will give your gathering just the right touches for a cozy, rustic feel.

Hearth & Hand Centerpiece

Whether you’re adding to your mantle decor or putting the main focus on your dining room table, this Hearth & Hand metal candleholder is the centerpiece you need. The design is simple and streamlined, but still gives your space the warm and inviting feel you’re trying to cultivate for the holidays.

Plaid Table Runner

Spruce your table up a bit with this plaid table runner that’ll complement your decor during the holiday season. The simple pattern is cute enough to stand alone, but also acts as a great backdrop for any festive centerpiece you have in mind.

Live Edge Wood Tray

If you’re looking for a simple but stunning centerpiece for your seasonal table, or even as a decoration elsewhere in your home, this live edge wood tray is a great base. Add a candle and some stones or greenery, or arrange some seasonal fruit in the middle for a unique display you can change with the seasons.

Holiday Baking

There’s just something about cold weather and the approaching holidays that makes you want to jump in the kitchen and bake. Whether you’re making a sweet treat for your family or to give away to a friend, treat yourself a little in the process with these tools guaranteed to take your baking up a notch.

Blush Pink Bundt Pan

Bundt cakes are perfect for fall and winter—a little more dense and hearty than regular cakes to help get you through those cold weather months. This blush pink bundt pan by Nordicware is not only totally Instagram-worthy on its own, but it’ll give you perfectly baked bundt cakes that’ll easily slide out of the pan every time.

Winter Cookie Cutter Set

There aren’t many people who’d turn down a cookie to begin with, but who could say no when it’s cut into a fun, seasonal shape? This cookie cutter set from Wilton includes a snowflake, a wool sweater, a snowman, a gingerbread person, and a tree. Perfect for any holiday party dessert table—or just for some family baking to get into the holiday spirit.

Marble Rolling Pin With Wooden Handles

Anyone who’s ever used a wooden rolling pin for baking knows that having plenty of flour on hand is a must. Sometimes even the most experienced baker will have their well-crafted dough torn because it gets stuck to their rolling pin. This marble version with wooden handles is not only pretty enough to be left out all the time, but the sleek roller will help you spread out your dough without any sticking.