Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Although 2022 has challenged us in ways we never expected, it has also proven that we, as a company, are stronger than we gave ourselves credit for. We built connections with more vendors, we broke barriers across our communities, and we revamped our office staff. Oh, how can I forget! we moved to a BIGGER and better studio space.

Throughout the year, we visited many homes and transformed many livable spaces. It was an incredible honor and heartwarming experience to work alongside you.  We made lasting friendships and became part of your family. It’s been an inspiration to witness so many acts of kindness both big and small and we are truly humbled.

We know that some of you have put plans on hold this year, please know we’ve loved the opportunity to work on your projects and will wait till the time is right to help you create that dream. I think I can speak for everyone when I say 2023, we welcome you.  The boys and I will be spending our Christmas in Florida, however, my eldest son, daughter, and grandbabies will be in Spring celebrating with their friends.

I wanted to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you for supporting my business and thank you for your referrals and recommendations. Thank you for showing grace when deliveries were delayed, canceled, or came in damaged and we had to wait for replacements.  Thank you for transitioning with my team as we grew.  THANK YOU for making Design on a Dime Interiors a success.

We look forward to serving you, your family, and your friends in the years to come. We sincerely want to wish you and your loved ones a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season.

8 Winter Interior Design Trend For An Intimate Snow Season

The holiday season is upon us. The cold weather might not be the best condition for us to go outside, but it’s the best time to spruce up the decorations around our homes.

Changing the decor in your house with the season could lighten up the mood and bring the joy of the season to your home. During this winter season, if you’re wondering, what’s the interior design trend, well, wonder no more. We will tell you what the best winter decor will be. Here is the list of our top eight 2022 winter interior design trends for your house.

1.  Calming Wooden Tone

Wood is one of the top interior design trends in 2022, and it doesn’t stop in the fall. In the winter, the wooden decor is still a hot topic because of the calming and warm tone that matches the white and cold winter. While the color matches the season, real wood can also be a natural insulator in your house.

There are many types of woods to choose from like basswood, butternut, cherry, elm, maple, white oak, pine, and mahogany. Picking the right wood depends on how you want to match the wooden elements with your other interior.

2.  Cozy Textured Fabrics And Furs

Textured fabrics and furs such as boucle, felt, chenille, and faux fur is a treat to your senses. They could be a cozy and comforting addition to your house, especially in winter. The warmth of the fur ornaments in your house can also be used as a supplementary blanket while hanging out in the living room.

3.  Catchy Fire Place

A fireplace is one of the essential elements in winter. It’s a beautiful focal point in your house that you can use as a place to gather with the family, tell stories, and enjoy each other’s company.

Texas winter does not require an old brick fireplace to warm up the house. Nowadays, there are many choices for a fireplace, like classic or modern designs. The classic type of fireplace can be a wooden fireplace, bricks with chimneys, and an open hearth fireplace that all uses firewood. And the modern types are electric fireplaces,  gas fireplaces, ethanol fireplaces, and even a TV stand fireplace modeled.

4.  Shiny Surfaces

Shiny surfaces and mirrors have also entered the 2022 interior design trend since fall. And it seems it’s still holding its ground in the winter season. A high-shine surface and mirror furniture are great to instill a luxe feel in your house without being overtly lavish. It’s also a fantastic option to enlighten your home using less light.

The shiny mirror surfaced can vary from a coffee table, a side table, a wall mirror, and even cabinets. Or you can also add table pieces of decorations such as coasters, glasses, or even a mirror tabletop.

5.  Indoor Plants

With the Covid-19 lockdown forcing us to spend more time at home for the past three years, the popularity of indoor plants has risen exponentially. This year, natural decoration is still able to find its way to the list of the 2022 interior design trends, including this winter.

The shades of green produced by the plants are an excellent complement to all the other main themes for this winter. While the color green can hardly match the white winter, a small accent of green is great to maintain the natural look inside your house while also giving a more calming accent.

6.  Sustainable Furniture

Sustainable furniture made out of natural materials has been included in the 2022 interior design trend. This furniture includes a hand-woven chair or table made of rattan, wicker, or sisal. Other furniture might include chairs, coffee tables, pendant lights, and bed heads.

7.  Cool Room Dividers

Another excellent option for your winter decoration ideas is using a cool room divider. For this year’s winter interior design trend, you can choose from plenty of cool room dividers. A fireplace in the middle of the house could bring a warmer ambiance into your house; storage as a room divider is a clever way to enlarge the other space in your house, and a glass room divider can make your room seamless.

Adding these dividers instead of walls can make your house feel more spacious and comforting. And if you choose a color that matches other elements in your house, it will surely make your house feel warmer and more welcoming.

8.  Mindful Interior Design

Mindfulness looks like taking an even stronger stand in 2022 and has spread its wings to interior design choices. Mindful interior design means choosing your interior design mindfully and not only blindly following the current trend.

It’s the derivative of the idea of conscious consumerism. “if you have to buy it, buy it well,” means only choosing pieces you really need. And you also need to pick ones that resonate with your needs and make you happy when you own them.

Conclusions

This winter interior design trend seems to change slightly from the past but is still influenced by prior seasons. The earthy-colored furniture, natural ornaments, decorations, and shiny furniture seem to be the theme this year and continue to be the trend even in winter.

Now, by following the previous trends and adding some winter-exclusive decorations such as fireplaces and cozy fabrics, you can enhance the comfort of your house even further. But if you still have trouble choosing winter decoration ideas and interior design trends to spruce up your house, you don’t have to worry anymore.

With our 15+ years of experience designing homes throughout the season, we will help you spruce up your home like never before. Let’s discuss your house today and have them ready for the winter season.

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