cosy up


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cosy up

or

cozy up

vb
1. to seek to become intimate or to ingratiate oneself (with someone)
2. to draw close to (somebody or something) for warmth or for affection; snuggle up
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Relax and cosy up on cold nights with these lovely cushions Right: Home sweet cost home chenille cushion, Catalan, www.matalan.co.uk, PS10 Left: Cosy cushion, Homebase, www.homebase.co.uk, PS7.49 Emma Bridgewater Keep Very Cosy cushion, John Lewis, www.johnlewis.com, PS20 Cosy word cushion, Next, www.next.co.uk, PS12 Fall for scents of the season Fill your room with florals and fruits mixed with tones of musk and amber and be whisked away on a woodland walk without leaving the house.
COSY UP Whipping up an impressive meal for your lover (good luck!) might be the main event, but you won't want to spend the entire evening at the dining table, so pave the way for some relaxed romance too.
This winter is all about warm natural colours, soft fabrics and big comfy seating - in other words, it's time to cosy up.