As winter creeps closer and closer, so does the endless possibilities of changing up your home and bedroom décor to suit the moody weather. We asked the Kip&Co founders to share their hottest interior trends for the winter months ahead.
In terms of the more broad interior styles and aesthetics, what are we seeing gain in popularity as the cooler months approach this year?
As winter approaches we’re seeing more of the jewel tones and autumnal hues. They’re colours that feel rich and a little decadent. We also start to see more beautiful layering happening, my favourite trend! Expect to see more textures mixed together – velvets with French flax linens, weighty woven blankets, tassels and embroidered cotton details.
What colours and patterns can we expect to see more of this winter?
Burnt orange, chocolate, rose, lilac, and khaki. We’re loving a twist on a traditional fresh floral prints, and classics like stripes and checks never go out of fashion.
And what do you think is driving that look?
The change in seasons really shifts the mood – we’re inside more and looking for our homes to reflect that sense of hibernation and quiet. These colours and prints are really nurturing and restorative over the winter months.
Checks are having a big moment – how and where can we introduce this look into our homes this winter?
The great thing about a check is it really does work with most prints, it’s a fabulous alternative to a plain fabric in that way. We also love that this trend has some longevity, the simple check is never going to go out of fashion, so lean in!
What are your best tips for easy ways to freshen up your style this winter?
Bedding really is the most impactful way to make a big difference in your bedroom, particularly if the room isn’t huge. Invest in a winter weight fabric like velvet bedding – a game changer in the cooler months! In the rest of the home, we'd recommend looking at a new rug to really shake up your lounge room, add to your couch cushion collection, and treat yourself to a beautiful blanket for the couch.