Many people like to change the interior design of their home every season. Color Schemes or some furniture like Curtains, upholsteries, throws, pillows and carpets with soothing color, retractable awnings and canopies, illuminants with lesser intensity and a light fragrance make the interior soothing in summer; however, the same design might make you feel lonely and blue in winter. Decorations are great in the summer may be uncomfortable in winter. The following winter decor with a few themes to transform your interior space of each season.
Designer Joseph Pubillones paired bold, navy walls with neutral accessories, fixtures and flooring to keep the space open and inviting. A beige sofa, white lanterns and rustic wood furnishings stand out in this wintry, yet ocean-inspired room.
Gray Backdrop Living room for Winter Decoration
Soft gray walls warm up the crisp, white sofa and white fixtures. Splash of color with light blue metallic accent pillows and turquoise knick knacks. A deeper gray rug with an icy blue flower pattern, continue the room’s color scheme on the floor.
Neutral Sophistication in Your Winter Living room
A neutral living room was given a striking edge with sophisticated hues of gold and brown. The vaulted ceilings are the most eye-catching element of the room with double crown molding and an umber-toned accent wall. Simple beige walls allow the gold accompaniments and brown accents to stand out.
Snow White Winter Scheme
White in the winter. Neutral tones come together to create a simple and modern space. Warm elements are introduced with a rust-colored sconce, a creamy shag rug and natural hardwood floors. Design by Ron Nowfel.
Neutral Living Room Welcomes Winter
This elegant neutral living room welcomes winter with holiday flair. Light, metallic gold slipcovers provide formal additions to the space, while allowing the small, yet bold, accessories to take center stage. Natural elements such as the birch branches and bird nests were dusted with gold powder for a Christmas shimmer.
Transitional Winter Bedroom
Designer Kenneth Brown added shimmery olive green window treatments to make a dramatic statement against the pale green walls and white floor. The gold- and beige-toned bedding was given a warm dose of color with an aubergine throw and copper accent pillows.
Designer Ron Nowfel created an elegant, yet neutral, space with wintry shades of cream, gold and celadon. The gold accents provide a warm touch against the room’s naturally soft color palette.
A fresh combination of white, black, gray and metallic silver creatively installed this modern masterpiece. Floor-length metallic silver window treatments add a subtle glow next to soft, gray walls and white furnishings. Faux wheat grass planters bring in a deep green hue for an added touch of color to a simple palette.