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This winter fill your home with colour

The winter begins to gain intensity and rigor and this implies to spending more and more time in the warmth of our home. Whether you are resting, enjoying spending time with family or attending to other needs, staying at home can be a very comforting experience. If you want to create an even more pleasant and welcoming atmosphere, pay attention to the interior trends that will arrive by the end of the year. In most of them, colour acquires a great protagonism.

The most cheerful tones are imposed and they give homes a greater luminosity. We are not speaking of excessively loud colours or impossible combinations between them. The house maintains a clear decorative criterion at all times and the different hues are making their appearance in specific rooms or, within these, in some specific section. The result is a vital harmony that turns living into a stimulating experience.

But how can this philosophy be shaped in a proportionate and aesthetic way? It is enough to observe some designs to discover what we are referring to. In the area of ​​Molina de la Hoz, in Las Rozas, we find a detached house that takes this current trend to its maximum expression. In this way, interior designers play with all kinds of colours throughout the building. The central hall advocates soft colours and predominantly white, gold and brown finishes. However, the upper floor creates a stark contrast to an intense lime green that nevertheless blends perfectly. Light is the other great protagonist that is omnipresent throughout the house.

And if the colours of walls, floors, ceilings or furniture offer a cosy and even fun tapestry, the numerous windows in both the upper and lower floors give access to constant natural light. At the end of the day, the best way to give the different tonalities of the liveliness they need is to allow natural sunlight to flood the rooms. This is the best way to illuminate focus on all the rooms. It is not difficult to see how this strategic design enables considerable energy savings as well as a very relaxing environment.

The trends described above are not exclusive to residential or single-family dwellings. The most central buildings are also part of a much more dynamic interior design. Such would be the case of a luminous and spacious duplex in Ríos Rosas, in the Madrid district of Chamberí. Recently renovated, the apartment also stands out for its finishes in different kinds of wood such as walnut. Natural colours are a safe bet and can be seen throughout this duplex apartment.

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Génova, 27 - 5th floor
28004 Madrid
+34 91 277 45 00

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