With winter here and the temperature outside dropping, we are craving nothing more than a cosy night at home. We change up our winter wardrobe but what about changing up our home interiors to mirror this seasonal transition.
Here at Style Studio our trend experts have been busy analysing the perfect colours, patterns and textures to give your home that winter feel.
Take some inspiration from our 2019 key trends and create that perfect cosy home this winter!
Trend 1 – Winter Palm House
A key trend for this season is winter palm house. Inspired by plush velvet’s, terracotta, walnut wood, botanical prints and animal prints. Style Studio trend experts say “Combining a bold colour palette featuring amber oranges and leafy green tones will allow you to create heat to your home.”
Trend 2 – Wilder
Another key trend this season is Wilder. Inspired by quiet reflection and elemental. The materials for this trend are heavily textured, tarnished, worn and weathered. The colour palette for Wilder features stormy-blue tinges and chalk pastel pink and purple tones, which are influenced by coastal skies at sunrise. If you want to create the feel of a remote cottage, or the perfect winter retreat, this is the perfect colour palette.
Trend 3 – A Thoughtful Home
A thoughtful home is a significant trend for AW 2019. Driving this trend are products that blend seamlessly and quietly into décor as well as soulful objects. Trend experts here at Style Studio say that this palette is focused on brown tones, which have emerged on the interior scene after years of absence. Interiors expert Lorna McAleer says “this is the perfect way to exude a relaxed and charming mood within the home, creating a must slower environment in the home than the fast paced one outside.”
Trend 4 – Precious Space
This trend is driven by sacred space, wonderment and daydreaming. Celestial elements including stars and galaxies for the base of key patterns for this trend. Our interior Experts say” driving this trend are dark and rich tones that take inspiration from the night sky.” By including these patterns and colours within your interiors you can create your own scared space within any room of your home.