Winter is bad enough without tracking slushy wetness across your floors and feeling chilly drafts in the warm sanctuary that your home should be.
These window coverings effectively block drafts with a proprietary thermal lining. The drapes feature triple-weave fabric construction, sewn with a dense cotton duck canvas face and an acrylic backing. Independent laboratory tests proved these drapes maintain the indoor climate, keeping energy costs down and making you more comfortable.
Keep your floors clean and dry with this super-absorbent, low-profile doormat that holds 12 pints of water per square yard. Your entryway remains free of rain, slush, and melting snow in foulest winter. A grid of channels ushers water away from shoes and holds it securely in the mat’s commercial-grade polypropylene base. The mat has an antimicrobial treatment to guard against, stain, mildew, and mold.
Here’s a unique gift for anyone who complains of cold feet. This portable ceramic heater has an element that pivots to direct warmth where it’s most needed. It can be adjusted to point straight ahead for feet-only warmth, or up to a 30-degree angle to make the legs and lap feel cozy, too. Its adjustable thermostat provides four settings—maximum, high, low, and fan-only.
The long-range forecast is predicting a warmer-than-average winter for many parts of the country. Even so, expect plenty of days when the arctic winds blow, so now is the time to grab up the unique gifts that will help you weather the weather better.