Here in Queensland, our winter days rarely dip below 20 degrees Celsius. While that may seem warm to some, you’ll find Queenslanders rugged up indoors, patiently awaiting the scorching summertime.
If you’d like to up the cosy factor and warm up your home this winter, a fresh coat of paint is a fun, affordable, and extremely effective option.
In this article, we’ll share three colours that will warm up your home. You could use these on your walls or in your décor to bring a little warmth to your interior. Let’s get started.
1. Earthy browns and oranges
Earthy colours are on-trend and are some of the best hues to use to create a homely vibe in your interior.
Warm colours tend to draw a space in; use a more muted shade to avoid your room appearing smaller than it is. This effect produces a positive, welcoming atmosphere.
Pair earthy browns, oranges, and whites with contrasting teal or emerald accents. Add a touch of warm-toned white or stone to lighten and brighten.
2. Blush pink
Pink isn’t just for the little girl’s bedroom. A muted dusky shade of blush pink is incredibly popular in interior design, and its warm sophistication and sleek freshness make it a wonderful winter update shade.
Pink is both warm and inviting, and bright and fresh. Pair it with grey and stark white for a Scandinavian-inspired take of this trendy hue.
3. Turquoise blue
When it’s too cold for the beach, bring the beach indoors! Tropical colours and décor is a huge trend this year; there’s no better way to beat the winter blues than with bright colours.
Go all the way and incorporate canary yellows and fuchsia pinks, or tone things down with cool-toned white and gold accessories. Either way, the stunning blue-green is sure to put a smile on your face, even if it’s cold and raining outside.
Repaint your home this winter
If you’d like to freshen up your home this winter, get in contact with our team of friendly professionals. We’d love to help you breathe new life into your property. Call today on 07 3829 5735 or fill out the form on this page.
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