Christmas is over, but our obsession with looking good isn’t. It’s time to get rid of the Christmas trees, snowflakes and santas. If your room ends up looking pretty summery after those are taken away, you have a problem. Don’t worry, we’re here with a quick guide and tips and tricks on how to master winter chic.
Being chic is all about being effortless, or at least, looking effortless. Put those mantelpiece details down, it’s time to focus on the big picture of winter. Although it may seem cliché, white is the perfect colour for this time of year. Not only is it great for making small rooms seem bigger, it also embodies that simple, big picture way of thinking we mentioned earlier.
So, we’ve established it, stick with whites- and then branch off to find other colours to compliment and work with your room. If the room you’re trying to redecorate is too cluttered or full of colour, move everything out and focus bit by bit on what you can. Think about large pieces and don’t dwell on details, in fact, your aim is actually to avoid details- because you don’t want the space to look overworked. The Wandsworth VIP sofa would be perfect for this kind of wintery look, jazzed up with some thick blankets and heavy textured pillows- it’s the epitome of making winter work in a small space. But don’t worry, come summer, white or silver sofas can be transformed by their surroundings and with a few yellow pops of colour, your sofa’ll be sunbathing with the rest!