With us spending more time at home this season, it’s more important than ever to refresh our space to create a cosy sanctuary. Bring comforting textiles, mood-boosting hues and warm accents into your home to create ambience and relaxation, perfect for spending time with loved ones at home this winter.
Settling in for a cosy weekend, fashion and lifestyle influencer Francesaca Saffari, from @francescasaffari, shares how to create a warm winter sanctuary at home with her favourite pieces from our new autumn winter collection.
There’s nothing better than getting cosy on a cold winter’s day and getting stuck into your favourite book. Take Fran’s lead and create a warming reading corner for the perfect winter escape. Reach for our winter sun infused textiles, like our hand dyed linen throw and cushion to warm up any corner and bring an uplifting feeling to your living space.
Take inspiration from Fran and drape the throw over a chair to instantly soften your space, and scatter the cushion for a comforting touch. For that urban garden feel, take cue from Fran and bring mood-boosting nature into your home with our on-trend planters for a soothing sanctuary or to create a calm and productive space for working from home.
In contrast, immerse yourself in carbon blackened wood and rattan accents for warmth this season. Follow in Fran’s footsteps and opt for our favourite storage piece, the Noir French Cane Cabinet. Its contrasting black dyed wood and rattan weave make it the perfect statement-making accent for your living room, bedroom or dining space. Take inspiration from Fran and style with matching rattan lamp and brushed copper antique planters to create a calming wintry interior.
Accessories and glassware are perfect additions to your space, that take minimum effort but make maximum impact to your home, like our recycled glass vase. Display your florals, like Fran, who opts for tall pampas grass, creating a luxury finishing touch which brings calm, style and warmth to your space this winter.
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