How to bring warmth into your interiors this winter

published by

Fran Puddefoot

When the nights become darker earlier and the skies turn grey, your interiors need to be both bright and warming. 


There’s no better time then to introduce a pop of yellow into your home. It has already been chosen by Pantone as one of the colours of this year and when there is little sunshine outside why not let the inside shine.


This podge love seat  comes with two rows of scatterback cushions which means it is the ultimate in indulgence. It also comes in five different sizes, so there is a version to suit every home. £1,245,



Enhance your workspace with this elegantly designed wooden and yellow painted metal adjustable Drake Desk Lamp. Stylishly finished with chrome detailing. £87.95, the


This beautiful Evening Tales throw looks stunning in any room, giving that touch of coziness that makes a house into a home. Made from pure new wool it also comes with its own storage bag. £89,


The Oscar cushion is  filled with an oversized down and feather insert to ensure a deep luxurious feel. Made from 100 per cent natural cotton,  the striped design will complement both modern and classical living spaces. £65,


If you are a little nervous of bright colours and prefer something a little more mute, introduce warmth to your room with this Bamboozle Floor Lamp which comes with a warming mustard empire shade. £350. £74.


With its fresh shade of pale yellow, the Atomic Blonde mid-century modern roller blind is the ultimate finishing touch for your retro interior. We think it makes a particularly amazing kitchen blind. Priced from £125-£310.


Author:  Sarah Freeman, V&A Homes



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