Nat­u­ral colours warm up an oth­er­wise cool trend of strong greens this win­ter

Highfields' Own - - Interior - BY JES­SICA KRAMER

This year has seen a sharp shift in in­te­rior dec­o­rat­ing trends al­ready, and win­ter is only con­tin­u­ing this move­ment. Ex­pect to see strong greens out with en­thu­si­asm as the cold weather hits, as well as nat­u­ral tex­tiles.

While solid green on its own may cre­ate quite a cold feel­ing to your win­ter abode, in­cor­po­rat­ing nat­u­ral tex­tiles can add some warmth.

Rat­tan is very much in vogue, as well as cork and wo­ven ma­te­ri­als.

Aside from this, green doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily have to be a cold colour.

Teal is another on-trend shade of green and can be quite warm, es­pe­cially when pared with warm metallics and nat­u­ral colours.

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