Monday, October 21, 2013

Fall and Winter Decorating: Get Layered For The Cooler Weather

Fall and Winter's Crisp Cool Weather Calls For Layering! Not only with your wardrobe but in your homes interior.
Make a room come alive using your sense of touch and sight! Add texture, color and pattern... Layer throws, rugs, pillows and decorative elements in lovely fall colors to create interest and depth as shown in this beautiful living room design from Pottery Barn. Layering fills a room with instant warmth.

Who doesn't enjoy a neutral space filled in Fall perfect layers like at Nesting Place. Whisper fall by decorating the mantel with Feathers, sticks, rocks, uncarved pumpkins and gourds. A fireplace filled with variegated wood from a white birch tree. Layered window treatments and rugs in a contrasting pattern that coordinates with the textured pillows keeping this room feeling cozy and warm.


One of the most important places to layer fabrics for added warmth would be the bedroom. Give your bed that snuggle factor by layering blankets and pillows. Fold up a duvet or extra blanket at the end of your bed that will add contrast. Add your favorite textile; fur, wool, velvet, or a brushed cotton throw. Isn't this Fairfield Bedding Collection from Black Forest DECOR calling you for a winter's nap?



Cozy up those dining chairs, Don't leave chairs feeling cold and uncomfortable. Add soft fabrics in vibrant colors and patterns to add some fall flair. Sure Fit makes a variety of dining chair slipcovers to instantly restyle and add warmth to the kitchen or dining room.



It's all in the tablescape details! Layer your dining table with dishes, placemats, napkins and a simple centerpiece display. This festive fall display can be found at Stone Gable.




Add stylish layers to the walls too. The warmth of family photos, art and mirrors bring instant personality and texture to a room when overlapping as shown here in this image from Soft Surroundings.

Brisk cold days call for warm soft layers. How do you keep your rooms cozy? What are your favorite areas of the home to layer?

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