Top 5 Winter Colour Trends
With the night’s drawing in, we’re all closing our blinds and settling down for the night much earlier than we were a few weeks ago. So, with you now spending the best part of your evening inside, you might as well take the opportunity to get up to date on winter colour trends by freshening up your living space to complement this season with the most stylish colours to help create the perfect, warm and cosy atmosphere in your home.
To help give you an idea of the kinds of looks you can achieve when choosing your decor and blinds, we’ve put together a style guide for the top 5 colour trends this season.
The storm colour scheme ultimately reflects surrealism through the hot and cold, masculine and feminine pallets. The collection of colours ranges from shades of blue, such as smoky and metallic tones that reflect deep structures and cool tie dye effects. Or alternatively, soft salmon and bright red shades to reflect the climate changes. If you don’t want to dominate your walls with bold colours, you could consider making a feature out of them, such as having coloured blinds. This will look good particularly in a roller or Roman style blind, as the block colour will stand out more bringing character to your room.
Clashing colours may not be everyone’s cup of tea but this season shaking up your colour schemes is on trend, yet it doesn’t have to be garish or off putting in the way you might think when you first consider clashing colours. Traditional colour schemes can be mixed up with a positive spin, bold colours mixed with pastel tones and fruity colours clashed with neutral shades to create a luxurious feel in any room. Bold wallpaper patterns are a fantastic way to achieve this look, achieving the perfect look and feel this season.
3) Foraged Berries
For a classical autumnal look, foraged berries combine an array of colours such as; burnt orange, deep purples and reds and fruitful damson. If you don’t want to overcrowd your room with these rather heavy, deep tones, then you could consider using them as a backdrop against cream or white walls, such as winter wine coloured blinds, carpet or sofas. This way you’re still maintaining a traditional look and can simply change your accessories between seasons, rather than having to redecorate entirely. In terms of interior, these colours look great when off-set against dark wood furniture and can be used to create a modern or classic look.
In autumn and winter months there is a great need for comfort and your interior can bring you just that. Alpine colour scheme can bring a bit of outside into your home, with warm tones such as reds and browns mixed with natural green shades to embrace harmonious feelings and renewing your energy to promote the health and serenity. This colour palette also complements lighter wood tones seamlessly, so you could consider furniture of wooden shutters in Ash or Pine materials.
Embracing our roots and stepping back in time, the Flint trend reflects an organic feel with neutral and rich earthy colours. These can include: grey, cream and brown shades, off-set by handmade themes such as thick, dark leathers and rustic fossil textured ornaments to recreate a primitive feel in your home this season.
A combination of these colours to achieve any of these trends will bring a touch of warmth to your home instantly this season. But if you find some of these to be too bold for your style, or you don’t want to dominate a small sized room with heavy tones then the alternative is neutral coloured walls that can be accessorised with colours from this seasons trends. For instance, carpets, curtains, blinds, rugs and sofas in these tones can all help create the same autumnal look and feel in your home.
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