As the winter temperatures continue to dip lower, the good news is that it's easier to heat up than it is to cool down. Here are some great accessories we've found to help you stay cozy and warm inside and outside your Springs luxury apartment home.
Putting on chilly clothing doesn't do much to warm you up. This amazing product heats up pajamas, hats, gloves, socks and other items in only 10 minutes with less energy than it takes to operate most light bulbs. It also folds to a compact size for convenient storage and travel.
It's said that cold hands mean a warm heart, but that's not much help when you're watching a football game or gliding down a ski slope. This sleek hand warmer is small enough to slip into a pocket but powerful enough to keep your hands warm for up to 12 hours.
Remember those old-school down jackets that made everyone look like the Michelin Man? Today's models have a less bulky profile without sacrificing any of the warmth and insulation.
Piping hot soups and beverages are cold weather staples, but they can be awkward to consume if you're not sitting at a table. The cleverly designed Buddha Bowl makes liquids more portable while also keeping your hands warm.
Lattes are perfect for sipping as you curl up with a good book or movie. With a wide variety of flavored syrups and toppings, the possibilities are endless.
- Heated mattress pads add softness and radiate warmth from the bottom up.
- If flannel pajamas are good, flannel sheets are twice as nice.
- Electric blankets are a classic solution for cold winter nights, and they're still as popular as ever.
- There's nothing like snuggling under a duvet or comforter to keep the cold at bay.
- Finish with a pillow warmer for complete head-to-toe comfort.
Heated socks are multi-purpose, keeping your feet equally toasty whether you're enjoying outdoor sports or a quiet evening at home.
Whether you're camping, napping or watching TV, this portable sleeping bag goes with you to keep you warm all day long.