Top Winter Trends to try in your home
Many shades of Grey
Shades of Grey are continuing to dominate people’s homes, it’s a good idea to mix the silvers tones with darker tones as well as combining them perfectly with the ‘must-have’ mustard and midnight blue tones
Bold Floral Patterns
Bring a little summer inside for the dark and cold nights with floral accessories, they will brighten even the darkest of rooms. Cushions, throws, curtains and blinds
People tend to think of velvet as the luxury texture that gives more of the wow factor! Velvet can be slightly more expensive than other textured material but there are many velvet inspired fabrics that won’t dent your budget too much!
Does copper ever really go ‘off trend?’ bringing in copper photo frames, candle holders, mirrors etc. is a great way to introduce a warm colour into the room without it being to overpowering.
So many small local businesses are full to the brim with treasure. Use locally made and sourced products that will give your home so much personality. Mix them with items that are mass produced and they will bring your home to life!
The Danish Concept of ‘Hygge’
Hygee is still getting a lot of attention and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Hygge is the warm, secure and happy feeling you get from spending time with loved ones and enjoying the little things in life. In the home Hygee is created when the interiors are inviting and homely, where you want to spend time and welcome others, with lots of candlelight, cosy textures, and personal touches.