Fabrics, textures, and colors work miracles. Isn’t that where you live?
Let’s make a bet. Apply each of these ideas in your home this winter and not only cut the bill, but you will gain comfort, and there will be no day that, when you open the door, do not release a tasty Home sweet home.
It is about preparing the home decoration trends for winter in 2020 to make it warm. Do you accept it?
- Who said gray is cold?
- Chimney? Of course!
- The Candlelight
- Velvet – A very warm textile
- Carpets – Warmth assured
- Warm environment
- Yes to wool, carpets, and mohair
- Reindeers, deer, maples
- Wooden beams
- The Pictures Work
- Pure wood
- Blankets insight
- Let the snow be seen through the window
- Prepare a corner for winter
- Overlays or layers and layers of fabric
- Let the light in during the day
- Walls – Color and decoration
- The tones you should use to decorate in winter
- Undeniable warmth of sand tones
- Book insight
- Wood and gray for the bedroom
- A warmer bath
- A very crowded decoration
- A wooden headboard
Who said gray is cold?
It is perfect for warmth if you combine it with the right textiles. Fill your gray sofa in winter with cushions and only appear to sink between them.
Chimney? Of course!
If you are lucky enough to have a fireplace, only your presence decorates in winter with warmth. But besides, the vision of burning fire heats the house thoroughly. Don’t be lazy and turn it on.
In the absence of a fireplace light the candles! Its lighting is warm, and seeing the flame will evoke blanket and sofa sessions in front of a bonfire.
Velvet – A very warm textile
Velvet on the sofa or cushions is synonymous with winter, as are long-haired carpets. Living room decorating your home with warm textiles.
Carpets – Warmth assured
Cover the floor in winter with carpets. It is comfortable on the tread, visually gives warmth, but also insulates the story from the cold. What else do you want? Shriven carpet and Buckle floor lamp by Muse Interior.
It is about creating spaces or corners very winter. Get it with wooden furniture, warm light lighting, and a carpet.
You will create a decorative corner that will give warmth to the environment — antique chest of drawers, lamp, and armchair.
Yes to wool, carpets, and mohair
Some textures carry heat with them. Take them out in winter and combine them!
As here, wool on the carpet of this bedroom; mohair in a blanket; the skins aged in the headboard – this one is old bought in almonds of Dubai. Winter in its purest form.
Reindeers, deer, maples
It is not about turning your house into a Canadian forest, but these winter animals, inside the house, give a hot winter air.
Crazy? No, animals! MC Sofa Sofas, Blooming Ville coffee table, cane armchairs, and deer head.
And columns. And a roof also covered in wood. These ideas accompany warm decoration. Here, a sofa full of cushions, blankets, and candles raises the temperature.
The Pictures Work
A print that reminds of the mountain – Use it in textiles, cushions, and blankets, and combine the tartan with long hair pillows and others in felt or wool.
And gross. Add to your living room side tables or stools shaped like a rough wooden log. It is a very inspiring natural note that decorates with warmth.
Without fear! Neither one nor two. Several. So that everyone can get over one.
You can have the blankets in a basket next to the sofa or thrown casually on any seat.
Let the snow be seen through the window
If you enjoy views from the dining room or the living room, let them slip into the house. I know that it is cold and inside a warm meal awaits you, with the best company and a long table, which is one of the small pleasures of winter.
Prepare a corner for winter
With a seat to lie on, one or two blankets nearby, and a lamp that illuminates the times you will spend inside the house reading, knitting, or a marathon with the series of the moment.
Overlays or layers and layers of fabric
If we talk about textiles, the art is in placing a blanket on a plaid, or a comforter.
And it works! It seems that with each textile layer and a mixture of textures, the warmth of the bedroom has more warmth. Headboard upholstered in wool, wallpaper of Filament, curtains blinds and carpet.
Let the light in during the day
Raising the blinds and uncovering the curtains is a gesture that will make your house warm. Do it only during sunny hours. At night, quite the opposite. Close so that not one degree escapes.
Walls – Color and decoration
The bare walls give a feeling of cold. So in winter, you have to dress them accordingly.
Give them a touch of more intense color – when you raise the tone, “fill” more, and it translates into a feeling of warmth – and decorates them with objects.
The tones you should use to decorate in winter
Orange and red are warm colors, but they are not precisely for the walls. And so? You will get the effect with medium and dark gray, green – yes to the bottle or olive tones – or oil blue.
Undeniable warmth of sand tones
Better in a more elevated, intense neutral tone. Combine them on the walls. The result is calm and welcoming. Coffee table and auxiliary, table lamp, baskets, and carpet.
A large bookstore – like in libraries – has charm. It is as if every story and volume gave off heat from home.
Wood and gray for the bedroom
In this room, the combination works. You will be sheltering the walls if you use both wood and color — sheets and dials from Zara Home, bedside table, solid oak wood flooring, and pine wood ceiling.
A warmer bath
But it is that this mixture in wood and dark gray also serves to give warmth to the bathroom, a room that is usually cold. And if not, look at this result! Underwater washbasins.
A very crowded decoration
In winter, it can be done. It’s about not having an empty corner. Side tables, textiles, of course, lamps in each corner, and many decorative objects. Look at the effect of warmth in this room.
A wooden headboard
But very special because it is not only the headboard as such but to cover the wall on which the bed rests with wooden slats.
Do you dare? The wood is warm to look and feel, but it is also an excellent insulator — Wall and bedside table.