As the cold nights begin to draw in, warm your home up for winter with the expert eye of home interiors specialists, Hot House Interiors. With an extensive range of beautifully luxurious fabrics and wallpapers, including the Kallianthi range by Harlequin (pictured), Hot House Interiors has everything you need to turn your home into an opulent winter retreat to escape the cold.
As a premier retailer of Harlequin fabrics and wallpapers, Hot House has the latest products and most up-to-date collections, with the sole purpose of transforming the home. The Kallianthi range is a breathtaking collection of fabrics and wallpapers in a variety of rich jewel tones and sumptuous textures. Following a botanical theme, the Kallianthi range is not only suited to the winter season, with the floral and leaf prints lifting the rich tones to create a look that is feminine and delicate whilst remaining warm and luxurious.
Louise Rocco, Interiors Stylist and Managing Director at Hot House says, “When restyling the home for the winter, opt for rich mulberry tones, deep blues, greens and purples for a look that oozes glamour, whilst creating a warm and inviting interior. Metallic finishes are also great as they offer a rustic edge that allows natural light to bounce off them ensuring that the deep shades do not overpower the overall effect. Accessorising is also essential to creating a look that is welcoming. Scatter cushions of different fabrics, such as silks and velvets create a variety of textures to achieve a perfect balance between comfort and luxury. While heavy window dressings ensure that the cold wintry weather remains firmly outside, transforming your home into a cosy hideaway.’
Offering free no-obligation consultations across the breadth of South East England, Hot House Interiors caters for prompt and flexible appointments at the convenience of the client.
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