5 Winter Interior Design Trends to Love

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As the seasons change and winter draws in, there are many ways you can get your home interiors looking warm and inviting. Whether you’re renovating an entire room or simply adding some finishing touches, you can easily make your space feel snug and cozy as the colder, damper weather begins to bite. In this post, explore some of the biggest winter interior design trends for 2022/2023, which have staying power and will make your home winter-ready throughout the coming months.

5 Winter Interior Design Trends for Your Home in 2022/2023

Use Natural Fabrics

Using natural textiles is a brilliant way of making your living space feel cozier all year round, but particularly so in the autumn and winter. Sheepskin rugs are incredibly soft underfoot and help muffle sound, particularly if you have wooden, lino, or laminate flooring. You might also want to think about throws and blankets, with chunky knit patterns really taking the spotlight this winter. Leaving them draped over the backs of sofas or neatly rolled into bundles creates a warming look in the living room, and they’re fantastic as an extra layer on chilly evenings.

Emphasize the Fireplace

The fireplace really does take center stage during the winter, whether you have an electric flame-effect fire, a gas fire, or a traditional wood burner. Adding a stack of logs to one side gives a lovely rustic appearance to your fireplace, even if you won’t be burning them. You could also think about draping fairy lights over the mantlepiece to add a little sparkle to the focal point of the room. If you’re lucky enough to have outdoor space, fire pits are an awesome addition to your back garden. With a nice roaring fire outside, you can enjoy the outdoors year-round and snuggle up with a warm cup of hot chocolate or mulled wine.

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Cozy Lighting Is Key

Lighting becomes all the more important in winter, and it can have a real impact on your mood and how you use a room. In addition to the cozy fairy lights around the fire, you might want to add some table lamps or floor lamps, which are less harsh on the eyes than overhead lighting and can make a room feel warm and inviting in the evenings. If you choose decor lampshades in colors that match your room, they can help create a beautiful, harmonized effect. More traditional lampshades with tassels are also proving very popular this season and can bring a touch of period elegance to a space.

Warming Wood Elements

Wood is one of the biggest trends for 2022/2023, and there are many ways to use it. If you’re fully renovating a room in a period property and the floorboards are in a good state, sanding them down and varnishing them can look stunning. So too can laminate or lino wood effect flooring as an alternative. You don’t have to make such a big statement either; you can use wood in more subtle ways. For example, you might want to replace a painting or photo on the wall with a piece of driftwood art. Driftwood has a lovely rustic look about it which makes a room feel so much cozier.

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Interior by KOKET

Choose Earthy Colors

Earthy colors are very much in trend at the moment, and during the winter months, they can bring
a touch of warmth to a room as well as be a reminder of the great outdoors. Darker colors tend to
draw a room in and make it feel more snug, so dark browns and greens can be a great choice in
larger living rooms. Lighter earthy colours such as cappuccino or umber can work well, too, especially
if you use a darker shade on a chimney breast or feature wall and paler hues on the remaining walls.
Earthy colours are a perfect way of bringing nature indoors, particularly if you pair them with pot
plants, dried flowers, wreaths, or driftwood.

We hope these winter interior design trends help you up your home in any way you were hoping!

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