Winter Interior Design Tips

Now is the perfect time to create a cozy and inviting interior by incorporating those elements you wanted to buy since last winter!

If you have a fireplace, consider yourself very fortunate! Arrange furniture around it to create a cozy seating area where people can gather and relax. If you don’t have a fireplace, consider incorporating candles or lanterns.

Nothing brings ambiance as effectively as soft lighting. Choose table lamps, floor lamps, and string lights with warm-toned bulbs. Candles also add a flickering, intimate glow to any room.

If you have storage space for seasonal décor items, it’s time to take out the faux fur throws, chunky knit blankets, plush rugs, and velvet upholstery to add depth and warmth to your interior. You also create visual interest by mixing different textures. Warwick Fabrics recently launched velvets in the most gorgeous colours. Consider any of these velvets for your winter cushion covers.

Place cozy throws and blankets near your chairs, sofas, and beds. Throws of high quality and in the most beautiful colours and prints are available. Make sure it complements the furniture in your space. Throws will add to the aesthetics of your room while being close at hand when you or your guests need them. If you don’t want blankets and throws to form part of your decor, you can put folded blankets in a basket and place them anywhere in the house.

Your bedroom is your retreat. Let’s start by changing the linen. Pack away the cool cotton linen and replace it with brushed cotton, jersey knit, or cotton flannel linen. Get a throw for your bed and keep your slippers and robe near your bed to keep the warmth in as soon as you get out of bed. Remember to open your windows for at least 10–20 minutes daily to get some fresh air and open the curtains for sunlight. Curtains lined with block-out lining are always a good investment. It maintains the cold air in winter and insulates your home against the heat of summer.

These are easy ways to add warmth and fragrance to any room. Cinnamon, vanilla, and pine are comforting scents that have a relaxing effect.

Lastly, don’t forget to add personal touches like family photos, heirlooms, artwork, or a plant to make the space feel uniquely yours. A little posy or vase with twigs from the garden is also a good idea. Do this to your kids’ rooms and teach them the value of personal spaces. These personal touches add warmth and personality to your interior and make it feel like home.

Till next time…


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *