The first official day of winter will be here before you know it—on Friday, December 21st. Now’s the time to start transitioning your home from the rustic foliage and pumpkins of fall to the warm aesthetic of winter. But before you get started, let us fill you in on the top 5 winter 2018 home décor trends!
If you’re tired of neutrals being in style, we have some good news for you. Rich, bold colors are back this winter, from navy blue to emerald green. Think rich shades of artwork and decorative pieces or a velvety navy blue sofa.
The Blue Velvet Chesterfield Sofa is made to dazzle with its button tufting on the back, rolled arms, and dark wood legs.
Yes, nature and all of its raw imperfections are hot this season. This comes as no surprise, since natural fibers like linen have been in fashion for sometime. Just imagine the soft morning sun shining into your living room, reflecting off of these unique nesting tables with petrified wood tops.
Although they've been shied away from in recent years, perhaps because they can seem too traditional, glamorous darker tones, such as dark walnut, ebony, and black, are making a come back in a huge way. At the same time, light, Scandinavian styles are moving out of the limelight.
The Oxford King Peppercorn Bed is made of top quality, solid ppoplar wood with a cherry veneer finish. With this beautiful bed, you'll be ready for bedtime anytime.
Luxurious, timeless leather is everywhere, from high-fashion runways to professionally designed living rooms. Stunning leather sofas, accent chairs, recliners, ottomans—the options are endless!This top grain Italian leather sofa in rich chestnut brown exudes luxury, with a solid hardwood frame and a high resiliency foam core.
Fresh floral prints aren’t just for spring and summer. To the contrary, warm florals will continue to be popular this winter; the bolder the pattern the better. And don’t be afraid to mix larger designs with smaller designs for an eye-catching feature.
So, there you have it—our list of the top home décor trends for this winter. Did we get you excited about tweaking your space to transition it from autumn to winter? Maybe you already have some ideas of your own? We'd love to hear from you! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.