Are you looking to decorate in a fresh style or bring new life to your home?
Contrary to popular belief, luxurious interior design styles don’t have to cost a fortune, as long as you have a vision and a set budget!
Now is a better time than ever to remodel, so read on for 5 awesome winter inspired interior design styles!
1. Monochromatic Interior Design Styles
Monochrome is a huge trend this winter.
If you’re thinking that black, white, and greys are boring, think again! Spice up your monochromatic interior design by choosing unique stripes, patterns, and geometrics that pop!
You could even get creative and add a splash of color to your monochromatic design, by choosing a paint color for your ceiling!
2. I Choose You, Navy Blue!
If monochrome just isn’t right for your home, navy blue is a solid color choice both as an accent or a base color.
Perfect for winter, navy blue can evoke a sense of mystery and be reminiscent of winter’s dark, twilight skies.
You can incorporate navy blue into your room’s walls, furniture, light fixtures, or accessories.
3. Inspiration From Nature
Adding natural elements to your interior design is a great way to add the flair of any season to your home, especially in the winter!
Consider bringing in elements like unfinished wooden tables, woven lampshades, rougher linens, and wicker furniture.
The natural look of off-white, tan, and deep wood colors will add a rustic seasonal vibe to any room.
4. Evergreen and Velvets
Speaking of nature, evergreen colors are definitely on trend when it comes to paint choice. Dark greens definitely evoke the warmth of the holiday seasons, especially when paired with other earthy colors.
If greens aren’t your cup of tea, consider different trend pairing soft velvet fabrics with warm pain colors like cranberry, dark orange, chestnut, or maroon colors.
5. Bring the Outdoors, Indoors!
Houseplants are definitely on trend for the winter season and Christmas trees don’t need to be the only greenery in your home!
Consider completing your remodeling with a collection of plants as a subtle decorative element.
Choose the appropriate pot in a simple black or white color to blend with your color scheme.
If you want to start small, aloe plants or low-maintenance succulents are a great place to start!
Alternatively, you can go all out by decorating the corners of your rooms with banana trees or Norfolk island pines.
Houseplants help to filter the air, increase humidity (especially important in dry winters), and even lower background noise!
Is Your Home Ready for Winter?
These five interior design styles are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to redecorating for the winter.
If what you see here doesn’t fit the vibe of your home, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination!
Not sure where to start with your winter remodeling? Ask one of our color consultants for some advice and tips!