Winter Design Trends

Decorate for Winter With Textiles

It's that time of year – time to trade in tank tops and shorts for warm sweaters and scarves. By bringing heavier, more luxurious textiles into your space, you can dress your home for the colder weather, as well.

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Add a Bit of Shimmer

Boston-area designer Ana Donohue suggests adding silk elements to your decor to create a warm and elegant atmosphere. "Velvets, chenille and silk work beautifully together to create a rich, luxurious feel" says Donohue. These gorgeous silk and velvet pillow covers from West Elm are a perfect way to add a bit of shimmer and warmth to most any space. Photo courtesy of West Elm.

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