With winter almost upon us, many individuals are cosying up in the comfort of their own homes to really savour what the season is all about, meaning now couldn’t be a better time to refresh your décor.

Embracing seasonal change through our décor choices is a fantastic way to keep your interior moving with the times. Adding a quick lick of paint and more homely accessories will also help you countdown to Christmas in style. As the following seasonal decorating tips prove, you don’t have to spend a lot of money or time updating your interior for a winning winter look…

Add sparkle

Lighting has an important part to play, whatever the size, shape or style of your home. The right lighting has the power to bring warmth to darker rooms, increase the feeling of space, and even improve your mood. Come winter, there’s one lighting addition in particular that reflects the romance and beauty of the season.

Candles ensure the sparkle and shine that is synonymous with winter, with everything from tiny tealights to large pillar candles creating a soft, cosy glow that’s always welcoming.

Go dried

For a rustic finish that’ll never fall out of fashion, go natural. Back to basic colour schemes and themes transcend the trends to ensure a warming and homely look, whatever the weather outside. To complement your new rustic style, decorate your space with dried flowers.

While fresh florals offer a fleeting beauty that can only be enjoyed for a week or two, a dried arrangement can be admired for the long haul. The texture of dried flowers also adds something extra special to a space.

Think comfort

Your choice of accessories is just as important as your colour scheme. Increasing the cosiness of your home with an extra layer of warmth is simple with a stylish throw or cushion.

When choosing your throws and cushions, opt for natural materials. Merino wool, lambswool, alpaca wool and pure new wool fibres ensure a sustainable, ethical and enduring beauty you can rely on for the long haul.

Up the warmth

Increase the warmth of your space some more with a seasonal paint job. Warm paint colours like mustard yellow, burnt orange and deep red are particularly popular during winter, and provide a comfort that just can’t be beat as the weather grows cooler.

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