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We’ve always been drawn towards neutral and warming palettes for their calming and tranquil appeal. Creating an inviting living space means playing with natural materials, warm colour palettes, natural lighting, textures and more. The best thing about cosy styling? It’s all subjective, so you can really let your creativity run whilst giving it a unique and personal touch! We’ve broken down some of the best tips for creating a cosy home you'll never want to leave...

Soften The Feel

We love natural light in the home, it makes the interior feel more spacious and bright but large areas of glass can feel chilly, especially when it’s colder. Adding a textured blind can help keep the heat in and make the space feel softer and more inviting. Consider organic tonal weaves as Roman blinds; Hampton is a gorgeous, warm rattan effect and Melton is highly textured with stylish neutral tones. Soft and natural, both these tactile ranges bring a real warmth to a space and work in all interiors from Nordic to Urban.

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Use Cosy Textures

Create that place you just want to curl up in, and with velvets still reigning strong in home furnishings there’s no better fabric to get snug with. This luxuriously soft, tactile fabric is a great choice for bedrooms and living rooms with sofas, headboards and throw pillows you just want to sink into. Add the velvety touch to your windows with Crush or Chenille and get the cosy feel these blackout fabrics provide. Want to be fully wrapped up in cosiness? Paint your walls a deep shade.

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What inspires us?

Check out our Pinterest board for some more Warm & Cosy styling inspiration!

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Soak Up The Sun

Rooms that offer the best of indoors and outdoors, like conservatories, need that extra bit of help in feeling comfy as temperatures drop and rise. Thermal control blinds are your go-to. They help regulate the rooms temperature by retaining heat and bonus, they help keep energy costs down. Choose honeycomb structured cellular blinds or an innovative SPC® coated fabric to make your space cosy and enjoyable all year round. We’d recommend Halo’s stylish neutral palette as it works great in both a traditional and modern home, or Strata SPC® which combines ecrus, taupes and caramels in a textural weave.

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Check out our Pinterest board for some more Warm & Cosy styling inspiration!

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What inspires us?

Check out our Pinterest board for some more Warm & Cosy styling inspiration!

*Images have been sourced from Pinterest

Toasty Warm

Think Mad Men decor with warm colours, patterned wallpapers and warm tones of wood. The mid-century modern look is perfect for creating a relaxed, cosy and stylish living space that never dates. You can finish the look with soft floor to ceiling Allusion blinds for an intimate feeling or go for a stylish wooded hue like Kensington, a Visage blind in warm Chestnut or rich Ebony. Parma Marble is a sophisticated tonal Vision or opt for the more grounded plains in the cellular range such as Halo Mushroom and Luna Walnut.

*Images have been sourced from Pinterest

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What inspires us?

Check out our Pinterest board for some more Warm & Cosy styling inspiration!

~ Pin it!

What inspires us?

Check out our Pinterest board for some more Warm & Cosy styling inspiration!

*Images have been sourced from Pinterest

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