Wintery wall murals to complete your home interior

22 December, 2015

The spirit of Christmas needn’t only be experienced at a certain time of year. Creating a cosy retreat in your home using the latest winter décor trends will leave you feeling snug no matter what the season. Whether you channel comfy throws with softer textiles, or add in romantic lighting options, you can transform even the sleekest modern interior into a warm winter escape in just a few simple steps.

Here we explore how to add a touch of winter chic in your home without compromising on style.

Woodland life

You can embrace elements of the natural world by channelling hues that are reflective of nature – earthy tones like forest greens, and deep ocean blues all give a feeling of the outdoors. Use these hues as your base and build on your other elements from there. Distressed wooden features can add some gentle rustic charm to your space, accompanied by a few heavy woven fabrics to create a sense of cosiness within your home. Photowall’s Pattern Jay wallpaper encompasses all the wonderful delights of winter in one design – the beautiful white space of snow and the ghostly silhouettes created by the woodland landscape. Mustard yellows and deep purples complement this wallpaper perfectly, so mix these juxtaposing hues together in soft textiles like curtains, cushions and throws to create the complete winter look.


Mono Christmas

Some may say monochrome has had its moment, but we couldn’t disagree more. Mixing together black and white is an attractive method of placing together two opposites to create a feeling of interior drama in your home. Channelling a monochrome interior allows you to be much more adventurous with your accessories and furnishings, so you can afford to go bigger and brighter with investment pieces such as furniture. Photowall’s After the Snowstorm wall mural looks stunning in the dining area next to a selection of colour-popping retro furniture.


Faux fur

Antler stag head home accessories have been a big part of this year’s interior trends. Stag-like fixtures have adorned walls and sideboards, and have been lovingly accompanied with faux fur fabrics reminiscent of winter wonderland lodges. For a luxe winter look all year round, channel faux fur winter throws to go alongside distressed white wooden accessories, and get on the forecasted 2016 gold trend early with a few subtle embellishments like photo frames. Photowall’s Red Deer in Heavy Snowfall wall mural looks stunning when paired with gold accessories.


Which winter looks are you adding into your home this season?