Winter Home Trends for 2018

What’s new for this winter? Plenty. 2018 has been passed over a half, if you are considering renovating your home and have no idea of how to make the it trendier in the remaining season. Here are the trends we summarize will get favor of folks this winter.

1. Velvet


Velvet is a great cozy soft fabric and is the trend of this year. The lustrous material is an easy way to add decency to your home from one accent piece to the entire room. The shimmering surface can range from vintage sheens to modern pared downed hues.

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Photo from: Cultural Chromatics

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Velvet texture is warm, it keeps you warm enough to face the freezing winter days. The heat is turned up when you sit on the velvet sofas that you are sweating as if it’s August!

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Set of 2 Velvet Bar Stools Pub Kitchen Chairs
Adjustable 14-Position Cushioned Floor Chair
Soft Velvet Armrest Couch Toddler Sofa

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2. New Nordic

A Nordic interior is usually characterized by the black and white color scheme, minimalist interior and sometimes shabby chic details. Simple and chic Nordic style is inspiring, timeless, with well-defined lines.

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Photo from: Eduardo

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This trend is the understated look that creates a big impact. It’s perfect for creating an effortlessly stylish decor. It’s a modern move on from the ever-popular Scandinavian look. Layer up different textures to give the look depth. The gentle muted color palette of accessories and furniture lends a softer edge to dark winter months – influenced by the Scandinavian way of life.

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Photo from: Joanna Korczynska

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Vanity Wooden Makeup Dressing Table Stool Set
Two Door Buffet Sideboard Storage Cabinet
2 pcs Armless Fabric Upholstered Dining Chairs with Wooden Legs

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3. White on white

Sometimes it seems that a very small apartment can’t accommodate everything necessary, but using appropriate colors can easily solve the trouble. White is the color of purity and winter wonderland. It’s always an error-free choice to be used in your winter home interior.

Nowadays, almost all designers unanimously repeat that one should not be afraid to use white color, which gained popularity as a design admission in the 1920s in America when decorating the interior. And indeed it is. After all, light colors help to visually adjust the size of the room, add light to the room, correctly place the accents and even reveal the backward colors.

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Photo from: Lioba Schneider

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If you go for white on white décor, play with textures not to make it boring, and if you want some other colors – think of dark furniture and accessories in the background of white walls, floors and ceilings.

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Photo from: Wday

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Set of 2 Fabric Armless Dining Chairs
Mid Century Modern Dining Chair
Modern Side Table End Table for Bedroom or Living Room

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