Cosy Warm Interiors

Embrace the ‘winter is coming’ period by transforming your home into a cosy and warm space, where drinking mulled wine and watching movies with friends will become a favorite pastime. Obtain this cosy, warm space by using these tips&tricks:

Tip 1 Try adding some faux fur to your home as there’s nothing better to keep you warm and cosy on a winter’s night.

Tip 2 Instantly add warmth and richness to a room,  by using the contemporary take on wood panels – very fashion forward and retro chic in the same time.

Ready for spending some time indoors?

Photos courtesy of Pinterest.


Home Decor: Grey and Dusty Pink

I absolutely love this feminine-meets-industrial home decorating style: mixing greys and dusty pinks. Whether you use these shades to refresh your walls, update your soft-furnishings or as part of final touches – cushions, artwork, vases and lampshades – pair it with copper details to add an extra layer of chic. This is one wow interior trend.

Here are a few of my favorite styles:

Photos courtesy of Pinterest.

Tuesday Tip: Urban House

Urban interiors feature nontraditional home materials, often including objects that are more often used in an industrial sense. Simple, yet beautiful, the Urban design look uses minimalist, Scandinavian style to create bright, elegant compositions. Greys are set against natural tans to bring a sense of warmth to these stylish, urban looks.  So, if you are thinking of redecorating you can take inspiration from some pictures here and also by asking my friends from Tecto Arhitectura for ideas.

Searching around I have discovered the styles proposed by Occa-Home. They look super stylish.

Other wow urban interior design ideas:

Photos courtesy of Pinterest.

Dream House by Tecto Arhitectura

I absolutely fell in love with this amazing house designed by my friends from Tecto Arhitectura. They have used raw materials and energy for this house. It is very ‘green’ and it was built having sustainable energy in mind. I have the impression that the nature was brought inside the house with the designs that were made, and from the outside it looks as if the house was raised from the nature itself. The view from the windows is absolutely magnificent. I can easily imagine myself waking up to that view.

And. as a special bonus for Everydayfacts, Tecto will answer questions from my readers. So, if you have home design questions and/or your dream house to built in mind, be sure to drop your question as a comment to this post or use Twitter and @evrydayfacts to post your questions! Can’t wait to host this new section on my blog!

Photos courtesy of Tecto Arhitectura.