Just because the air is icy, it doesn’t mean you have to bring the winter chill into your home.

 

The Taylor Blinds & Shutters team have delved into the latest home décor trends and put together some of the hottest looks that are set to rule the interior décor space this winter.

 

Going green (with envy) 

Heard the news? Greenery is the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2017. Bright and vibrant, this cheery green tone is the ideal solution if you are looking to refresh the feel of any room. Plus, you will be fashionable too: Greenery made a notable runway appearance in Prada and Gucci’s recent fashion collections.

 

Whether you go all out with walls covered in a coat of Greenery or simply update your current interior with smaller items like cushions in this uplifting colour, Greenery is sure to add a fab touch to any home this winter.

 

Natural nuances 

Consider natural materials for your décor choices. Think rattan tables, woven baskets or even super stylish window treatments made from natural materials, such as Taylor’s Bamboo Venetian Blinds to add a touch of instant warmth to any space.

 

Vibrant velvet 

Velvet is a big winter fashion trend at the moment, but you needn’t limit it to your wardrobe or footwear. Whether you go large with a velvet-upholstered couch, or keep things simple with velvet table runners, this trend will make your home feel like the epitome of luxury.

 

Colour Blocking

Colour-blocking (literally using big blocks of colour) is showing up where it counts this season – in home décor.  

Achieving the look has never been easier than with blockout roller blinds, which visually create blocks of solid colour. Blockout blinds in the bedroom are ideal for light sensitive sleepers and parents of babies; and you’ll get the added benefit of a great thermal insulation barrier that will keep the cold outside while locking the heat in. A definite winter winner.

 

Tick the texture box

Taylor’s range of La Reve blockout blinds are made from an elegant textured fabric, ticking another winder décor trend – texture. Similar to winter fashion, winter decorating is all about layering on the fabrics, and juxtaposing textures and finishes. Think chunky wool throws, velvet cushions, leather rugs.  Knitted, printed or woven fabrics are particularly popular; reminiscent of a simpler, less pretentious time.

 

Whichever route you decide to go, don’t let the winter chill freeze your creativity. Make the most of winter by bringing your Pinterest board to life.  

 

For more information on Taylor’s shutter and blind offerings, visit http://www.taylorblinds.co.za.

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