My dream home is in the adventurous outdoorsy woods of Anchorage Alaska. Home of the Northern Lights also known as Aurora Borealis. I always have loved the look and feel of a nice warm log cabin to live in. With the average daytime winter temperatures are about 5 to 30 °F(−15.0 to −1.1 °C). You would need to find ways to keep your home nice and warm.
Living right in the heart of the woods it shouldn’t be hard finding wood for a wood stove. Also insulating the cabin with wood and logs can help keep the cabin nice and warm.
Thick Curtains and Bedding
Not all curtain fabrics are good to keep the cold air out. Thick Curtains such as velvet, tweed, denim, and suede provide a barricade to keep the cold air out. At the end of a busy day nothing is better than climbing into a warm bed that has flannel sheets and a Julian Charles duvet cover.
Area Rugs and Clothing
Area Rugs are not just for looks they can help insulate your floor and keep your feet warm during the cold winter months. You may also want to invest in Bunny Slippers to keep the toes warm. Dressing in layers such as thermal underwear, and flannels will aid in the keeping you warm so you do not have to use as much electricity.
Comfort warm foods
Home of the King Crab having a nice meal of King Crab sauted with butter is definitely comfort for me. In addition, thick hearty warm chowders, chilies, meat with potatoes are some of the comfort foods I enjoy eating in the winter to keep me feeling warm.
Living in a cold place may seem like a challenge at first but with a little work you can adjust and make it work for you.