*This is a collaborative post

Autumn is one of the best months to embrace being cosy at home. The cooler days gives us a great excuse to light the fire, throw on our cosy knitted jumpers and snuggle up with our loved ones. 

This month we’re teaming up with Fenetic Wellbeing and are taking part in their #RiseandRecline campaign. Fenetic Wellbeing are a mobility company who make the cosiest recliner chairs. They exist to provide customers with the right mobility products for their individual needs.

The #RiseandRecline campaign is all about embracing autumn and the desire to bring more comfort to our homes.  Fenetic Wellbeing are encouraging us to celebrate our favourite autumn comforts; from good TV, to log burners, double tog duvets, stews, woolly clothes, long-johns and of course cosy recliners to snuggle up into.

We love the idea of the #RiseandRecline campaign so much that we’ve decided to share with you our favourite 5 ways to cosy up at home this autumn. We’d love you to join us in this campaign and share your own cosy ideas below:

1. Chunky Blankets

I am obsessed with blankets and especially those Autumn scented playdough you see everywhere. You can’t cosy up at home without snuggly accessories like giant cushions, fluffy rugs and cosy blankets. You’ll find me snuggled under my blanket every evening in Autumn, either tapping away working on my laptop, or cuddled up with my loved ones.

2. Scents

There are so many cosy smells that remind me of Autumn; from pumpkin, to spices to pine trees. Autumn scents are such an easy way to create a relaxing atmosphere at home. One of my favourite ways to cosy up at home in Autumn, is making it smell like the season by investing in diffusers, candles and room mist. We even made some Autumn scented playdough so our daughter could enjoy them too!

3. Comfy Recliners 

I do a lot a of work from home and all day long I’m sitting on a hard office chair. My favourite way to relax in the evening is to #RiseandRecline in my ‘Joey from Friends’ eqsue, super comfy recliner chair. We’ve invested in one of these for our office. I use it mostly in the evenings when I need to do things like editing and writing. I love being able to sink into my recliner chair and give my back and body a little rest. We have a regular recliner chair, but Fenetic Wellbeing’s ‘Riser Recliners‘ are great if you, or a loved one, needs help getting to their feet when it’s time to get out of their chair. 

4. Entertainment

Even though we love going on welly walks in Autumn and Winter, the cooler days and darker evenings mean that we have more of an excuse to spend our nights indoors. Some of my favourite ways to cosy up at home in Autumn is with books, board games and TV shows. It’s the best time of year to sit in front of the fire and get lost in a novel, challenge your family to a game of chess/backgammon/cards, or binge watch some of your favourite shows.

5. Fall playlist

Every evening I’ve been lighting candles, curling up under my chunky knit blanket and getting on with work while my little one is in bed. My favourite thing to do is to put on an Autumn inspired chill out playlist. I have this on in the background while I type away. I love using Spotify for things like this. But, if (like me) you’re not very good at making playlists, they have loads of pre-made ones on there too.

5 Ways To Cosy Up At Home This Autumn

This list really isn’t extensive. There are so many ways you can #RiseandRecline and get cosy this autumn. From lighting the log fire, to sipping on warm teas and hot chocolates, to putting on the slow cooker and cooking up some soups and stews.

If you liked this post be sure to check out my post: Get Cosy For Autumn With These 5 Wardrobe Staples.

Are you going to be joining Fenetic Wellbeing on their #RiseandRecline campaign? How do you like to cosy up at home in Autumn? Let me know below!



1 Comment

  1. October 20, 2017 / 2:08 pm

    These cozy ideas are great!! I’m definitely adding them to my home. Thank you for sharing with us!

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