Need some comfort and warmth during these challenging times? These 10 items should help

By Sara Duck
November 30, 2020

Has the pandemic indefinitely changed the way you live and dress? Casual wear has become de rigueur, with pyjama and sweatpants breaking sales records this year. And, with so many working from home and spending more time inside, many homeowners are rethinking how they can make their spaces more organized, functional and relaxed. We have entered a new age of comfort. When the outside world seems daunting, we want our homes to be a source of solace, our clothes to be unrestrictive and unapologetic. As the winter bears down on us and restrictions change weekly, sheltering in place should be a time to slow down and surround ourselves with life’s little pleasures. It could be mastering the art of sour dough bread, curling up by a fire with family or snuggling in a super soft throw – whatever comfort means to you, embrace it and let it carry you through the pandemic.

1. Gardin plaid cotton flannel sheet set by Gracie Oaks, $122.99.

2. Artisan techniques for creative homemade fermented breads, $37.99.

3. Morgan mantle electric fireplace, $359.

4. Criss fog gray pillow, $69.

5. Texa pouf in vanilla ivory, $179.

6. Ribbed satin scrunchies. $12 (set of three).

7. Sven faux shearling three-seater sofa in cream, $699.

8. lsta fair isle throw, $159.95.

9. Ribbed turtleneck sweater in light beige, $34.99.

10. Arizona genuine shearling slide sandal in con suede by Birkenstock, $190.

About Sara Duck

With more than a decade of experience in contributing to the world of media, Sara Duck has an expert eye for what's on trend in the world of home and décor.

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