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Friday, November 4, 2011
by Francesca @ FuoriBorgo
One problem with living in an ancient stone house built directly above a chill, humid wine cellar is that, though it's wonderfully cool in summer, heating it in the cold season is hard. To keep heating costs down (while not freezing to death), we've found some simple and efficient ways to stay warm - which I wrote about on FuoriBorgo last year (I've linked the relevant posts below).
- Hot water bottles - a time-tested and yet vastly underestimated method of keeping warmer.
- Felted blanket curtain - we added a thick layer of insulation to our largest double-glazed window.
- Warm slippers - yes, warm feet do make a huge difference!
How do you keep warm in your wintry house?