Team black and gold with hints of silver for a timeless and elegant New Year’s table setting.
With winter in full swing, there’s a desire to bring a sense of warmth into our homes. Adding a touch of knitted decor is the way to go to give your space that much need texture and dimension. But why stop at just throw pillows and blankets. Modern designers have now come with knitted inspired pieces from candles, pendant lights and even wallpaper, that is sure not only to give a cosy feel but keep your home looking bang on trend this season. Here are some to keep you inspired.
A knitted wallcovering creates textural interest to this space giving a cocoon-like feel.
I just love these knitted ottomans with the rustic wood legs. It’s the perfect combination of textures.
Pair sweater like candles with fur for a luscious elegant feel.
This knitted teapot and cup set is sure to keep your kitchen looking trendy this season.
If you wish to be a little quirky, hang one of these knitted pendant lights. It’s would make a great conversation starter.
Layer up your bed with throws and pillows in varying textures for a cosy and inviting feel.
If you don’t wish to go all out with this trend, add a touch of knit with maybe a vase. Or how about this knitted clock?
If you wish to make a statement, go for knitted furniture pieces or you could also opt for furniture covers that can be easily changed according to the season.
So what do you think about this trend? Feel free to share your opinions in the comments section below.
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Cheryl Krecsy ,owner of Little White House & Co. lifestyle boutiques and cafés, transforms her Fort Langley café in British Colombia into a delicate airy space filled with delightful accents from her shop and homemade decor. The delicate scheme in a taupe and white palette sets the stage for an intimate afternoon tea for guests.
The coach house café is transformed into a sitting room. White slipcovered furniture stand out against a rustic backdrop for a relaxed feel. A upholstered ottoman in burlap with a pinstriped border adds a sense of tailored refinement.
A jute garland and white glass baubles carries forward the natural element of the design scheme.
Burlap favor bags which look like Santa’s gift sack hang on doorknobs to greet guests. Filled with treats or trinkets, they make a perfect parting gift.
Christmas gifts wrapped in craft paper and tied with a lace ribbon give an old world charm. As a finishing touch, rosettes made from remnants of toile paper are added to the gifts.
An antique farmhouse style dining set lends charm to the space. Unpolished silverware, frayed napkins and a burlap table runner complements the soft casual feel.
A window garland in delicate lace adds an elegant and feminine touch to the space and contrasts with the rustic wood.
This Christmas card made by Cheryl are in keeping with the simple theme of the holiday party.
For the tea, delectable desserts and savory treats are served on porcelain and metal trays.
*Source: Photography by Janis Nicolay : Style At Home