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Top Winter Furniture Trends

From dark mornings and afternoons to stocking up on logs for the fire, winter heralds the arrival of many things. And when you head up to the attic to bring down the Christmas decorations, it’s also worth looking at your other accessories, which might make a difference during these cold winter months.

But if you’re looking for something new and want to incorporate a true winter colour palette into your home, then we have you covered!

Living Room Winter Trends

With the night’s drawing in, your living room should be a place which oozes cosiness and warmth. It should invite you from the cold outside and enjoy the ultimate in-home comforts as you snuggle up on the sofa with a mulled wine and a mince pie.

In terms of a living room colour scheme, there are plenty of options and surprisingly, black is one of them. A classic colour, it can create a warm, comforting environment when paired with textured accessories, such as rugs, velvet sofa cushions and chunky throws.

If you like the idea of Scandi furniture, a black side table or black tv stand would complement a modern colour scheme for your living room, while pops of colour in your sofa cushions and artwork will prevent the room from feeling too cold and clinical.

If you’d prefer a richer colour palette, the choices are limitless. Why not team a Peacock blue sofa with a blush pink sofa cushions, or go for earthy tones with bold pops of yellow or burnt orange to bring a real warmth into your room?

Bedroom Furniture

When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing better than giving your bedroom that extra layer of warmth to cosy up in to at night. This can be done by adding textures and layers to your furniture. Certain room colour schemes can also make a real difference - consider burnt orange, plum and autumnal brown, which can be introduced through accessories such as cushions, throws, curtains and even headboards.

Black bedroom furniture can act as a real contrast to the warmer colours, with a black wardrobe or black chest of drawers bringing a stylish, modern feel to your bedroom.

Sweet dreams!

Winter Inspiration For Your Dining Room

A place to bring friends and family together, your dining room is a place for food, drink, conversation and laughter. In the winter months, natural materials come into their own. Add some tealights on to your wooden dining table, some foliage such as eucalyptus or a hessian table runner on to a rustic wood dining table to bring real seasonal character to your dining space.

Raw materials also bring real character to your interiors. Think of matte crockery with imperfect finishes, alongside vases with winter foliage, the perfect addition to any festive dinner party this winter!