Your home should always be the ultimate comfort zone. A place that helps you feel revitalised and relaxed, because a welcoming home can do wonders for your wellbeing. Whilst ‘comfort’ is by no means a new ‘trend’, over recent years it has become a more holistic and multifaceted experience. Dulux colour featured: Tuakau
A sense of comfort can be beautifully captured by the right blend of colours, styling, balance and design. From incorporating soft or spirited tones to adopting textural and natural interior elements, it can all play a big part in curating a calm and comfy haven.
Here are three ways to create a refreshing sense of comfort at home.
Combine gentle, earthy neutrals such as Dulux and warm whites like to create a cosy, cocooning feel. Warm tones derived from nature feel calm and comforting, the perfect backdrop to soft and rounded furniture pieces and accessories.
Finally layer natural materials and tonal, textural fabrics such as rich weaves and bouclé’s to create a nurturing softness throughout the décor.
By cleverly making use of small spaces in your home to fashion cosy reading nooks and restful zones, you can create a sensation of cocooning comfort.
Trentham is perfect for adding subtle colour to a room as a unique element without becoming overpowering. This versatile greyed-off pink also works well as a soft and subtle front door colour. Pair it with warm whites such as Cardrona and Cardrona Half as well as deeper hues such as Tirimoana.
Glinks Gully is a popular soft and warm sandy neutral. It is great as main wall colour both inside and out. Team it with warm whites such as Cardrona Half and Southern Alps, as well as deeper browns such as Norsewood, Terrible Billy and Colorsteel® Ironsand.
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