A home is more than just a place you live in. It’s an extension of your personality, a collection of your memories. We rounded up the best decorations and interior trends to make your house homier. So that it feels lived in, a place where memories are made. It’s all about soft furnishings and warm hues.
Instantly transform a room by painting the walls – or one feature wall — a warmer color. Some sumptuous and warm shades lend themselves nicely to stress-free living and happen to be trending in interiors. Terracotta, olive, moss, mustard, camel, coffee, and blush are all winning choices to create a cozier interior.
Incorporate cozier, more natural elements like houseplants, fresh flowers, or a fruit bowl. If you look out onto your terrace or balcony, why not spruce it up with evergreens. Adding natural elements like these helps reconnect us to nature, creating uplifting vibes and a sense of calm. Both of which encourage coziness at home!
Most interior designers rave about layering texture to breathe life into a living space. And we couldn’t agree more! Adding texture into a bedroom is as simple as incorporating pillows and blankets of different materials: linen, velvet, faux fur, wool. A space that is less naturally rich in soft furnishings — like the kitchen — can become cozy with rustic accents of wood, bronze, upholstered stools, and wicker baskets.
A cozy home is synonymous with comfy things like pillows and throws on chairs and couches. Consider also underfoot comfort with cushy thick-pile rugs and comforting wall art like a decorative patchwork quilt.
Candles have a way of making you feel right at home. Strategically place them in the most lived-in areas of your home, and away from children, pets and other fire hazards. For more control over ambiance, install dimming switches. Simply dimming the light creates a cozy vibe, helping to go from bright to soothing in an instant.
Incorporating some or all of these cozy elements will take you on a journey, transforming your home into a sanctuary of comfort. Just what the doctor ordered to uplift our well-being in the winter!
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