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Windovert: Winter inspired décor tips for your home

Winter has finally arrived and the chilly air has settled in. The change of season, brings with it new designs and trends and it’s our duty to keep you in the know. It’s also the perfect excuse to give your home a mini make over.

Get ready to transform your house into a home as we raise the temperature with these hot winter inspired décor tips.

Get cozy with lush winter inspired décor textures

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There’s nothing more comforting than coming home to warm cosy surroundings. What’s more cosy than lush textures? So what’s trending when it comes to textures this season? Luxurious velvet of course! This texture works perfectly in both traditional and contemporary homes. Introduce this trend into your home with ottomans, scatter cushions or a throw blankets.

Warm things up with colour

Colour is key and plays an important role when completing a design project. Whether on your walls, flooring or window treatments, hues such as orange and earthy tones are ideal for creating a sense of warmth within a space. You can incorporate this décor trend into your home this winter with the Lantex Fabric Venetian blinds from Windovert. These blinds are available in perfect earthy tones such as country redwood, pecan or cocoa.

Make your personality shine with a statement door

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Let your personality shine through your design project. A fun way of doing this is by livening up your drab doors with a splash of colour! Hues such as bright blue, yellow or even pink have been used to add that perfect pop of colour.

Metallic Magic

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We are thrilled that this trend has made a comeback. Add a little metallic magic into your home with mirrors, lamps, vases and more. The warm brassy tones are lavish and adds a sense of opulence to any room.

These trendy winter décor tips will definitely raise the temperature in your home. Have any winter inspired décor tips of your own? Do share them with us by commenting in the box below.


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