5 Home Décor Trends to Embrace this Winter

They say the only constant is change! This motto is true for home décor as well. Winter is the perfect time to utilize that additional indoor time and reinvent certain areas of your home.  I’m excited and energized by what’s trending this winter and I believe you will be too!

Tasseled Touches  

Bring some movement to your space and add tasseled designs! Whether it’s a chandelier or a garland these pieces bring fun and energy to any room. You can blend worlds by adding these decorations to both child and adult rooms. We love the look of the Tasseled Chandelier (click for more info). You can purchase one on our site while supplies last! 

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Get Curvy

Curves are in! Goodbye sharp edges, this winter’s furniture focus is on having curves. Furniture designers are taking a much more rounded approach and we are loving the cozy and welcoming feel! Our shop offers a variety of curvy furniture, such as the Annex Dining Table.  

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Welcome Velvets

Velvet is back. Plush, shiny and soft it is easy to fall for this winter trend! A sofa or armchair in this comfy fabric brings warm glamour to any space.  We love the look and feel of the Jasper Chair

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Scandinavian Design

The Scandinavian Design movement started in the 1950’s and is currently being hailed in popular design magazines and blogs.  It’s ideal for wintertime! With a focus on simplicity, minimalism and functionality this trend deserves to be back in the spotlight. We appreciate the focus on great lighting and soft furnishings!

Image from Decorilla 

Image from Decorilla 

 

Deep Blue

This stunning color is trending for fall/winter interior decorating. Combined with home fabrics and décor accessories, royal blue is especially attractive with classic black and white pieces.  We love mixing it up, but know that we can always count on this hue to look fabulous! 

Image from The Home Revivalists 

Image from The Home Revivalists 

 

 

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