Whilst ‘trends’ change and evolve, they do so at different paces – some are popular for years rather than merely a season. But today you are about to see the top 3 winter decor trends chosen by us. Ready? Keep reading!
We have to put this one first because it’s our absolute favorite! This trend is the understated look that creates a big impact. Perfect for creating an effortlessly stylish decor. The key colors for accessories are soft, grown-up pastels that reflect the Nordic influence, can you guess which colors in particular?
The gentle muted color palette of accessories and furniture lends a softer edge to dark winter months –influenced by the Scandinavian way of life. With the popularity of dark pigment paints light woods and soft tonal textures are made to stand out. Shades of lavender, pink and sage dominate – rather than the rich earthy tones most associated with global patterns.
This trend is a diverse celebration of globally-inspired patterns – taking homes on a journey of global eclecticism. The look welcomes the fusion of decorative Ikats, paisleys, and intricate Indian block prints. Rich tones and rugged textures symbolize the authentic, handcrafted style of this nomadic trend.
The warming tones of this trend metaphorically give you a comforting hug, cocooning you during the cold winter months – transporting you to warmer climates. In the main, ceramics have etchings, soft furnishings feature woodblock print-effect pattern and woven textures are artfully knotted.
Last but not least, we have wood. For this winter the look is dominated by intense hues of berries, bark, and bramble. This look most captures the shift in seasons, as the colors of the landscape changes.
Another key element is layering up chunky knits. We’re seeing ‘giant knitting’ trending on Pinterest, with searches for the term up 200 percent year on year. This true winter trend is all about hibernating and creating a happy home in which to do so.
For the Winter season, we chose Duke Ellington. Duke has been an inspiration around the world to many artists and musicians. Therefore, DelightFULL’s designers have decided to pay a tribute to this iconic jazz musician and create Duke floor lamp. With a short silhouette and a single swing, Duke floor lamp is a retro-styled accessory for every single mid-century modern interior design.
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