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In a country like India where you can’t much celebrate winter, the only way to feel the chilly vibes, is through decorating the interiors of your home in such a manner.
Take a tour of Suzzane’s home and you’ll crave for one of your own.
Rugs and Checks for the Living Area
The flow of warmth from her all-white living room is spontaneous due to the addition of different layers of fabrics.
Classy and warm wood flooring does not require tedious cleaning process and feels comfy on the feet.
Can’t appreciate Transterior enough for using her unused cottswool tunic to cover the cushions and lay it casually on the sofa as a throw rug.
Black-white checks defy time and cottswool is definitely the perfect pick for winter.
If you aren’t ready to splurge then opt for these textures, and hues like beige that are soft to the eyes.
Add a rustic touch by using a simple coffee table made of wooden planks and coated with white paint.
Hand-woven rugs aren’t that expensive but can make quite a statement as well as allow you to sit, stretch or lie down.
Your living room can have a closet if it easily blends with the wall and you don’t prefer displaying your stuff other than Christmas decorations.
A couple of cane baskets have been tucked beneath the table for storing magazines, newspapers and every other thing that would appear as clutter.
Snowy All Around
Make snowfall in your bedroom like the way Suzanne did. This fleecy white area rug can easily be mistaken for a snowy ground if you like imagining things.
From the bed to the curtains, an unadulterated version of white rules the room.
The pale blue is oh-so wintry and a continuation of it onto the ceiling reminds you of the clear sky or the glacial ice, the way you choose to look at it.
A curvy, upholstered armchair in the same blue shade, is the only ornamentation amidst the clean lines and basic designs.
But an overdosage of blue may kill the serene appearance of the room; keep that in mind.
Warm is Wood
What an innovative way of infusing warmth through hidden storage units made of unfinished wood.
Use of mirrored doors on these lacklustre cabinets give them an edge and saves wall space that would otherwise be occupied by the mirror.
The all-white bathroom is a statement in itself but overdoing it with the use of fancy faucets or vanity may disrupt the charisma.
Much lighting isn’t required at all, especially during the daytime, if you extend the window. Won’t need books or music player when you have a live view while enjoying a hot soak in the tub.
A Kitchen Full of Sunshine
This kitchen is inspirational for even those who don’t like being near the stove for hours.
Neutral hues and white windows offer a magnanimous combination that can beat any other colour palette in the world.
Not for a second does Suzzane’s husband need to get his eyes off her or vice-versa while she is cooking, favoured by the hanging cabinetry, which partitions the dining area without blocking the view.
You may even achieve the look with faux wood textures if not willing to spend on the real ones. Who cares?
But Transterior is one of those interior design firms that do care about your budget, space crunch and come up with ideas that are bound to win you over.
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