WARM: MIGHTY MEXICAN
Mexico. Mexíííco. The ‘Singer Without Name’ knew it well: Mexico is hot. Not only the radiant sun, tortillas and tequila help you to drift off to exotic destinations. Cactuses and colourful carpets also give you the urge to explore the world. And that’s exactly what you can use to bring an original twist to your interior.
Tasteful, artistically decorated rooms full of natural materials with a retro-modern touch create a sensual warmth. Objects in these interiors have the flair of traditional handmade crafts. The cultural influences of Latin America provide a particularly warm colour palette centred around nature and earth tones.
5 TIPS FOR A WARM INTERIOR:
1. CHEERFUL COLOURS
A warm interior starts with warm colours. Orange, red, yellow or ruddy-brown are recommended. However, opulent, dark colours also create a cosy ambience, for your walls as well as your furniture and accessories.
2. SNUGGLY TEXTILES
Soft means cosy. Lilac shades make their appearance in your interior and let you forget dark days. Colour on your pillows or carpet? Get warm spontaneously.
3. NATURAL MATERIALS AND ACCESSORIES
Wood, wicker, wool and flowers are indispensable elements for a warm interior. Natural materials give a homely feeling, even in your décorations.
Artisan techniques, hints of nature and earth tones are the hallmarks of this interior. Add a touch of Latin America, and you end up with terracotta. Ceramics with the typical ruddy-brown colour match perfectly with the Mexican trends and the warm interior you have in mind. As a decorative element on your wooden table or as an accessory on a sideboard, you can find terracotta in all shapes and sizes. Group them in threes for a balanced result.
5. LIGHT AND FRAGRANCE
Nothing is as cosy as the flickering flame of a candle. Choose a relaxing scent for your ultimate Zen moment. Warmly recommended!