With the cooler weather starting to kick in, it’s time to update your interiors to combat those cold and dreary days. iThink Sales and Marketing Assistant, Taylah Antoniolli has put together a list of some stand out styles that will have you wanting to stay inside all winter long.
MUTED HUES & DIFFERENT TEXTURES
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The pastel shades of pink, green and blue have now developed a more mature feel. This season will showcase muted hues of burgundy, dusty pinks, forest greens, soft blues and cinnamon tones. These colours contrast warm undertones to produce a richness to your space, without feeling to heavy or overpowering. To add an extra touch to your room, try incorporating textures such as light timbers, soft leathers and silky velvets in the form of couches, cushions and flooring.
RICH COLOURS & FLORALS
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Think bold, statement pieces that make the room scream. This trend is for all interior decorators alike, whether it be the one who loves to go all out and embrace the trend, or those who love the concept, yet cannot commit. Originating from European design trends, this luxurious and vintage inspired trend is set to sky-rocket. If you are feeling daring opt for large over scaled florals, such as wallpapers and linens. Other ways to integrate this style is to opt for bold dark colours, such as burnt oranges, emeralds, violets and purples and then add floral accents in table settings and decorative pieces.
VINTAGE RUGS & MODERN DECOR
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If you aren’t one to inject too much colour, this is the perfect trend for you. Keep it subtle and inject life into the space through vintage rug patterns. Not only do these pieces add warmth and life to the room, they too introduce culture and energy into the space. To top off this style, incorporate elements of modernism through laying down a vintage rug on light wooden or marble floors. Or inject more modernism through wall artwork, stark contrasting surfaces and varying shapes.
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Combine shiny new metalics with various antique or burnished finishes. The key is to think outside the box, incorporate mixed metals through various finishing such as furniture footing, artworks, mirrors and metallic upholstery. For beginners, choose a dominant metal and then incorporate contrasting metals through smaller accent pieces. To make those metals pop, try incorporating a dark and moody colour scheme. If you are wanting to embrace the extreme, opt for a jewel toned colour palette.
Taylah Antoniolli – Sales Administration & Marketing Assistant
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