As the weather starts to get a bit chilly, we start thinking of a warm and cozy living room, with the firework lit and a confortable couch to rest upon while the rain and snow pour outside. We have some lovely winter trends to show you how you can renovate or decorate your home to bring that warm and confortable feeling to your very own personal space, check out these winter home decor tips!
Can’t get more cozier than this! Wood details, rustic details and warm fabrics allied with a beautiful stone fireplace to create a trully pleasant ambience
A dark scheme of colours combined with clear and soft furniture for a peaceful and calm mood throughout your home!
A modern living room decor with a velvet sofa, a marble coffee table and a large wall mirror, with a wool rug completing the décor. Adding several table lights and smalls details such as candles will instantly increase a room’s coziness!
A gorgeous Christmas Eve setting! Use colours that compliment the Christmas Decor, wood veneer is the way to go for that nature-like feeling.
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You can also go for glamorous in your winter/Christmas decoration. A fantastic fireplace will obviously help achievingthis, but just a simple dark tone furniture can go a long way too!
For a more classic look, better suited for high ceiling living rooms, with simple and slim furniture, complemented by works of art, creating a perfect setting for a read and other lonesome activities.
If you wish to go extravagant, don’t easy up on the gold this winter! For a luxurious look, sculptures and antique rugs go hand-in-hand, and of course, don’t forget a beautiful table service with matching colours.
You can also go green this season! Combine dark green tones with rich natural wood and leather, this cozy colour is a perfect fit for fall and winter.
Last but not least, an absolutely lovely setting for Christmas. For a more simple, bachelorette home, a cozy corner with greyish colours make for a stunning look!
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