As luxury home designers, we purposefully design our beautiful Lubelso homes with a neutral scheme so you can introduce your own favourite colours on a seasonal basis. Take advantage of the change in weather to transform your space with some plush cushions, a creative artwork or statement lighting in one of the following winter warming hues.
Dark blues are always a staple however the navy and indigo versions have morphed into more of an oceanic blend of grey and dark blue reminiscent of the deep sea. Consider adding inky hues to your spaces especially if you have exotic grained timber furniture as these are perfectly matched.
If you’re looking for something to brighten up your space, look no further than tangerine, one of the most luscious and bold colours. Perfectly complimenting a grey backdrop, tangerine can be used as a single feature item or in a clever grouping of decorative items depending on how adventurous you are.
This powdery grey-green shade, symbolic of gum trees, is warm and inviting and pays homage to our Aussie roots. This shade of green will bring the nature in this winter and works perfectly as a contrasting tone to a modern white scheme.
Although pastels often are thought of as being super feminine, those with more of dusty edge to them add a sense of glamour and sophistication to the space. We love baby blues, mint greens and muted pinks teamed with light coloured timber feature pieces which gives the scheme balance.
Gold, silver and copper are very much on trend, but try not to think so literal when adding them to your home. By introducing these metallic tones to your soft furnishings, like a silvery fur throw or a golden knit cushion, you’ll bring texture and warmth to your living spaces.
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