Shopping For All Seasons

Shopping For All Seasons

Category : Home Improvements

Newly married couples everywhere will sympathies with the effort to equip a new house for all seasons. The linen that is adequate for spring and summer is not at all enough for the colder seasons. Chairs that were round and comfy in winter now generates a lot of heat in summer. Curtains that let in a lot of light in spring are useless in keeping out the chilly breeze during autumn.
To circumvent this problem, couples must shop smart and get a combination of furniture that they can mix and match throughout the year.

The Death of Cold

As the snow melts and the temperature starts to get higher you can remove the quilt covers Australia on the bed and put it away, securely wrapped in plastic, in the bottom of a cupboard. This is a better way of recycling furniture than changing entire bed sets every season. We can also remove the heavy rugs, the heavy clothes and the window shutters designed to keep the cold out and put them into storage too. Now it is time to look into lighter fabrics and furnishings.

The Hope of Spring

Spring air is crisper, cleaner and warmer than winter and therefore does not require the heavy drips nor the heavy carpets. Now is the time to bring out the cotton curtains and the best magnetic bed in underlay that helps you maintain the optimum posture for smooth sleep. If you don’t plan on buying new furnishings, one of the easiest ways to brighten up the house after a dreary winter is to place spring flowers round every corner.

Sweet Summer Madness

Throw open all the windows and try to get as much ventilation as possible. Or go the opposite route, seal up the house and invest in an air conditioner that will double as a heater when the winter comes round again. Remove all fuzzy covers and mats as they can accumulate dust and cause damage to the furniture.

Golden Brown Autumn

The Only difference in the furnishings between Autumn and Spring is in the colour scheme. It is now time to bring back the slightly heavier curtains, start laying down thicker carpets and switch the temperature settings to “keep warm” from “cool.”

Once you know how to mix and match, how to recycle and reuse, and how make do with a few items that you move around according to the seasons, furnishing and maintaining a house will be like taking the walk in the park. The more you do it, the more familiar you will be with the routine. Keep this in mind when you go furniture shopping with your future partner.