5 Home Decor Trends for this Winter

There are some amazing new home decor trends that you might want to take a look at. This season, add a splash of nature into your home to make it become more lively. Check out this seasons 5 popular decorating trends to help give you inspiration to style your home.

1. Emerald Green


Nature-inspired hues are very popular in home decor this season. Make your room rich with a beautiful emerald green. For a dramatic look, layer the shades of green. This is a great color to match with different prints and patterns. Emerald green is a mix of warm, moody and energetic. It's perfect to evoke a feeling of luxury. It's eye-catching and will be the focus in any room.

2. Brass accessories and accents


A cute trend this winter is to add brass geometric shapes around your home. Brass and gold add warmth to any room. Some people have added a modern minimalist twist to their Christmas decorating and hung some brass vintage bells and gold geometric ornamental shapes to their Christmas tree.

3. Lavender


Opt for lavender or lilac instead of millennial pink. These soft colors are being used to make accent that are deeper more of a statement. Purple is a rare occurring color in nature. It's a signature color that speaks of royalty and the color of youth and femininity.

4. Shades of grey


Nothing surpasses the exotic winter morning grey palette proven to be this year's "neutral" color of choice. You can easily add different shades of grey to any room of your house. For Christmas decorating ideas, you can pull out some silvered branches, or add a frosty feel to your window pane. Get some smoldering grey bed linen and towels, and include other touches of grey to your interiors.

5. Knits


Knitted accessories are making a bold statement in the design industry. Huge chunky cable-knits are replacing demure weaves. Decorate your home with a thick knit rug, knit pillow, or a knitted basket and stool. The cool thing about it is that if you can knit, this would make a fun DIY project. Layering the knits is also a neat thing to try as well. Put a knit pouf or ottoman on your knit rug. Or hang a knit blanket over the back of a couch. The knit design is making it's way into the modern design. It's one way to keep your home cozy and warm all winter long.

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