Seasonal styling

12 December 2019

Sophie McCreadie

Sophie McCreadie

Update your home with versatile winter florals, warm velvets and clever layering. Be inspired by the season and discover cosy rich shades with our helpful styling guide.

Bold and beautiful

Make a seasonal statement with vibrant prints. Take inspiration from nature with the wintery pattern of Kienze Bronze/ Graphite featuring delicately pressed flower petals.  The contemporary geometric design of Axal Sedona is perfect for adding a sense of harmony with its interlocking lines. The overlapping shapes of Kelambu Amber/ Slate from our Harlequin collection, in autumnal tones of rust, ochre and blue are great for adding visual impact.

Axal Sedona

Axal Sedona

Kelambu Amber/Slate

Kelambu Amber/Slate

Kienze bronze / graphite

Kienze bronze / graphite

 

Exploring textures

Navy can be beautifully matched with metallic shades, such as Lucette brass a muted textured jacquard or Aukusa Steel, or patterned jacquard for an interesting finish. Accessorise with metallic vases or soften the look with plants or rugs. This room places Yasuda Chalk/Gilver, a soft voile curtain under the fuller curtain of Tanabe in Midnight.

Accents Copper

Accents Copper

Formation Copper

Formation Copper

Osamu Oatmeal

Osamu Oatmeal

 

Warm block colours

Add a focal point to your room with colourful blinds in warm tones. To create a vibrant effect, we’ve chosen bold Silk Cadmium Duette blinds to brighten this neutral bathroom and complement the colour of the wall.  To complete the look, we have selected a few orange accessories to make the neutral room feel cosier.

 

Create a contrast

Clever layering can make a room appear extra cosy. Layer two fabrics that share a similar pattern or colour to get the effect. We’ve selected luxurious full length curtains in Surin Cranberry and a sophisticated Caramel Duette blind to make this studio feel warmer and inviting. The unusual feature window is highlighted perfectly by the Duette blind.

Home > Inspiration > Seasonal styling