The change of the season gives you the chance to indulge in the latest interiortrends for your home this winter.
You’ve soaked up some much-needed sun in the summer and the interior had most of thetimes gone exterior. But now that barbecue season has gone, it’s time to putaway the paddling pool and paper lanterns and take your parties back inside.
Nonetheless, you can minimize the winter blues with a warm interior revamp, prepping you and your home for the cold season. It’s time for intense berry hues, chunky knits, and velvet. Get ready to go cocoon yourself in with wonderful textures, metallic finishes, and richer tones, splashed with steaming mugs of hot tea and roaring fires.
And while home makeovers may only cost some a few coins, others may have to spend quite a significant amount. That notwithstanding, your home and everything in it is an investment. As such, you need to safeguard your property at all times. That’s why home insurance is important in securing your possessions from being damaged or stolen. As long as you have chill home insurance, in case of theft or damage in your home, you won’t have to pick up the bill.
With staying in about to become the new going out, it is time to set the right tone to hibernate in.
Nothing keeps at bay the winter blues as gallantly as velvet. You can change your curtains, chairs, and cushions to velvet. Go for sumptuous and rich tones. Choose from exceptional colors such as emerald green, plum green, rich red, midnight blue, or mustard to create an opulent look and feel for your home.
Planning on a full winter remodel? Then, don’t hold back. Break out the paint palette. A change in color can make quite a huge difference in the way you utilize space while giving your energy levels a much-needed boost.
Ceilings and walls painted in a chalk or matt finish provide the perfect setting for metallic lighting, cool marble, and velvet upholstery.
Modernor vintage fabrics in geometric designs team beautifully with bold patterns, plush velvet, and woven fabrics. Whether you go for contemporary, countryurban, or Scandi, there are a variety of options available to use geometricdesigns.
Look for vintage fabrics that date as far back as the 1950s and 1960s in orange, soft green, warm red with a hint of modern or black abstract designs in warm orange or red. Mix with velvet and linen to vary the scale.
Fringing works effortlessly throughout the seasons. Its benefits are, it offers a welcomed upgrade to existing interiors and accessorizes the plainest of items. Fringing combined with woven textiles or plush velvet on rugs, lampshades, and cushions add an alluring detail in classic as well as modern interiors. Luxury materials like velvet and silk team up beautifully to create attractive decorative detail.
Why don’t you go all out this season? From furniture to wall paint, lighting, and accessories metallic finishes are all the rage during winter. Rose gold, bronze, or antique gold combined with jewel-tone or pastel marble and glass will add an opulent touch to your home.