Winter Essentials Guide
Winter is one of our favourite seasons. It opens the door of decorating possibilities, and this excites the decorator in us all. Out with the brights of summer and in with textures, layers and rich hues.
We put together a short list of season essentials to get us through the wintry days and nights. Enjoy!
- Candles- scented or plain. The magic of candle light will instantly warm up any vignette.
- Throws and blankets. Because we all need an extra layer or 2 while drinking hot chocolate.
- Monogrammed pillowcases. These are decadent enough to make you feel like you've escaped to a luxury hotel without the splurge.
- A comfortable sofa. Create the prefect cosy platform for movies, family game nights or karaoke. Our new range of sofa’s will create an inviting atmosphere to any living room and are ever so comfortable. New styles now in stock. Click here to view on-line.
- Change your vignettes. Be spontaneous and re-decorate your displays. See how Crystal owner of Rustic Charm Interiors is styling her entry way commode (above) this season. “I love decorating with leaves, acorns and sculptural branches in the cooler seasons. It’s so easy to add texture to table tops, textures to everyday pieces and breathe new life into your home, with organic elements which remind us that things are always changing." See this commode on-line here
- Lamps. As the days grow shorter and nights longer, adding a pair of lamps will transform your room immediately. Create an inviting space with this one easy essential. We've added some wonderful new pieces to the on-line store. Here’s a preview. Browse our on-line store here.
- New linens. Winter calls for a more layered approach to decorating. So why not add a linen table cloth or bedding to cosy up your home this season.
Winter is the season of indulgence and as we spend more time indoors, we really get the opportunity to look after our homes and the people within. So, here's to a beautiful warm home this winter season.
What are your favourite ways to decorate your home for the winter season? We'd love to hear your comments below. Happy Winter.