As we prepare ourselves for the chills of winter, we are also bidding goodbye to last season’s biggest interior trends. At the same time, this is the perfect opportunity to check out the most happening decor trends that are predicted to become popular in Autumn-Winter of 2018-19.
Having spoken to top industry experts, we’re unveiling the season’s key trends with regard to textures most likely to be used in home décor. Here are 4 materials you would want to integrate when you’re redecorating your home in-line with the weather.
Velvet is a sumptuous fabric that is representative of luxury and affluence. It adds warmth and a cozy feel to the room. If you don’t want to invest in a sofa, choose some plain velvet cushions or a throw in pretty colors. This simple addition to your living room will bring an opulent charm to space.
Sheepskin Along With Woven Texture
The very word ‘sheepskin’ has an inherent quality of warmth and it lends amazing texture to a room. Place sheepskin furnishing against knitted textures and it will add that extra dose of coziness and warmth to the chilly winter months.
Tribal Patterns Against Cane & Jute
Tribal patterns are always considered fashionable. Their vibrant colors, stimulating motifs, and rustic feel soothe the winter chill while also adding the much-needed zing to perk up grey December days. Pair your tribal artifacts with jute mats and cane furniture to get an offbeat look to your room.
Terracotta is a timeless material that never really goes out of fashion. One can always spot it in Indian homes, be it in the form of a vase or a designer planter or some figurine adorning the living room. Now, you can even find terracotta tiles that can be used to jazz up your porch or balcony. They add warmth and character to your home, while also giving it a really earthy feel.
So, are you ready to redecorate your home for the upcoming months? If you are, do make sure to pick out some quirky and trending home décor items to add to the charm.
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