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Designing the perfect living space is not just about choosing the right furniture – of course a statement piece always makes an interior more intriguing, but let’s not forget about the finishing accents that home accessories bring. Once again we find ourselves looking forward to that long fall evenings that we could spend in front of the fireplace… In search for something to warm up the atmosphere of your interiors check out those inspiration ideas for Knitted Home Accessories, that will turn your house into a home.
Who said that good design could not be DIY? Knitting is a great pleasure, once you learn the basics. Furthermore, with the growing organic and eco-friendly trend, it is actually in fashion to get a little crafty (even if only by buying something handmade by someone else that still has this one of a kind spirit about it). So, now let me present you the ways of styling your interiors perfectly (and in various styles) with just a couple of knitted home accessories.
Thinking about knitting as a thing of past? Let me prove you wrong – those modern knitted cushions definitely deserve to be displayed in a thoroughly modern and bold interior. The secret of the day knitting is making the pattern as simple as possible – yet making the knit chunky and desirably with the use of grey yarn (or, on the contrary – the more intense shade it has, the better).
As you can see, the warm accents of knits can balance the design of this modern cottage in shades of cobalt blue. Even though the handmade decoration accents are grey, they have a certain cosiness about them. The style is using the traditional design materials for a scandinavian style, such as natural wood and wall panellings, but because of the untypical color scheme it looks up to date.
The Parisian chic with all its refinements does not reject some knits! In fact, with all its eclectic mix of styles and textures, it incorporates knits wonderfully. Knitted home accessories such as this modest grey blanket complete the historic apartment furnished with both modern and mid-century modern furniture in neutral tones and high quality materials (such as marble and brass). The others you could use apart from knits are fresh flowers arrangements and moroccan inspired cushions.
Bedroom design definitely requires a significant amount of cosiness, especially during those fall months that are to come… Imagine yourself spending a lazy Sunday morning with a cup of coffee in a bedroom such as this one, watching the colorful leaves fall… This interior is a well-thought mix of modern, even industrial colors (grey and neon pink), simple forms and concrete with natural, soft materials – fur, birch and knitted home accessories.
And here is a trend allert for you to follow – knot cushions. The bigger, the better. On a neutral background and wooden finishes, or surrounded by bold colors and polycarbonate furniture they will look amazing.
Have you ever thought that knitting accessories could be applied with that great success to your lightning as well? Even if it would be a seasonal decoration accent, it is still worth considering – it is a small change, that makes the interior appear more playfull and homely.
The knitting decorations have become a popular solution for poufs as well. They will be a particularly interesting element of a design if they are several of them in different colors and knitting patterns. Just see how well they look in this vintage style apartment.
Now that you are already set in the mood for cosy decoration accents, it is time to start searching for your very own perfect knitted piece. I can assure you that you will appreciate the new look of your place, as soon as the weather starts getting colder… Follow the Home Inspiration Ideas Blog for more inspiring tips on interior design for all seasons!
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