Take cue from a frosty landscape for your next home makeover. Pale walls, pastel soft furnishings and antiquated silver tableware are all you need to create a winter wonderland.
Photography by S Thiru, Styling by Sonia Dutt, Assisted by Prateeksha Kackar and Tanvi Jain

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Inject muted tones in your home to evoke winter vibes

by Nishita Fiji Jan 09, 2017
Cold winds, pale skies, barren trees – take cue from a frosty winter landscape for your next home makeover. Keep your space warm and snuggly with rugs fluffier than snow. Pick up woollen throws and duvets in pastel shades to stay toasty on the chilliest days. Let shades of ivory, faint blue and pale grey dominate interiors through bleached walls, glossy ceramics and monochrome accents.

We also recommend adding small doses of burnished silver to complement the pallid tones in your home. Metallic tableware also makes for the perfect setup for a high tea and will induce warmth to counter frigidity. Pair antiquated wares with novel ones to revive a feeling of nostalgia and create a winter wonderland.


Get this look:
Left
Terracotta tea light holder from BoConcept
Silver plated Ceylon tea set from Good Earth
Porcelain Primrose Collection tea set from Elvy Home

Right
Background from left, Swan Wing L101 emulsion paint by Asian Paints from Taneja Paints & Hardware
Stoneware Machalipatnam tapas plate from Good Earth
Vinyl Eden wallpaper by Address from Floors and
Furnishings

Foreground from left, Hand sculpted dog from
Wisma Atria Interiors
Mahogany wood Schuster console from Sarita Handa
New Zealand sheepskin rug from Wisma Atria

On console from left, Cane and net mesh dome cover from K2India
Wood hand sculpted candle stand from Wisma Atria Interiors
Ceramic jug from The Shop
Ceramic rose diffuser from Silk Road and Beyond
Ceramic aqua ink vase from FCML
Recycled glass Madeira Hurricane vase from Nicobar
Glass cookie jar from Navya
Square tray from K2India
Composite marble rabbit from Ishatvam

You can also add: Feble tea pot from INV Home