Redecorate your home with some of the seasons hottest interior design trends for the colder months of the year.
It’s time to bring out the blankets, fluffy cushions and thick rugs to combat the colder temperatures, and make your house look good at the same time.
Who doesn’t love a little faux fur in their home? Whether you decide to incorporate a blanket, cushion, rug or throw, the possibilities are endless with this signature autumnal trend.
If you do decide on a rug, make sure to place some non-stick layers underneath so it doesn’t move out of place.
Warm, woody candles are a must-have for the autumn-winter season. Keep them away from a window so they can burn evenly, and remember to trim them before lighting. Soy-based candles require little to no maintenance, and the glass can also be used to store the essentials after it’s been cleaned.
They also help to set the warm and cozy ambience that we all want to achieve during the colder seasons.
A low-maintenance way to bring some greenery into your home is with a terrarium. These are small groups of plants (mostly cactus and succulents), which last forever only need to be watered sparingly.
Keep them in direct sunlight (on a window sill) for best results.
Creating your own art hanging is as easy as stapling your favourite piece of fabric onto a canvas.
Ikea and other craft stores sell fabrics by the metre, and you can easily come up with a creative piece for every room of the house. They are also more homely than a traditional painting.
Nail that Scandinavian style by incorporating some timber tables and chairs into your living room or study. You can then accessorise them with faux fur throws which look and feel so luxurious.
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