Whether winter is your favourite season (cosy scarves, doona days and hot chocolate with extra marshmallows… what’s not to love?) or reluctantly sending you into a three-month hibernation, the cool weather is good for one thing – it’s a totally valid reason to update your wardrobe and living space.

Whether you opt to embrace a rich winter palette of forest green and navy or introduce a bit of a luxe texture (hello, velvet!), this year’s top winter trends make it easy to create that warm vibe you’re craving… even if the temps outside are below 10 degrees!


1. Heavy metals

Think gold, think brass, think bronze…  These bold metal finishes exude an elegance that will perfectly accent your winter colour palette.

1. Raw Brass Display Box

3. Metal Tube Bronze Pendant Light 4. Metallic Gold Spice Side Table

4. Candelabra in Brass 5. Bull Wine Stopper


2. Velvet

It doesn’t just look lush, velvet is soft to touch and the perfect texture to warm up your look. Try incorporating the trend with scatter cushions or accessories.

1. Scarlett Mary Jane Pump Heels

2. Elwyn Square Velvet Cushion 4. Wouf Clutch in Leaves Print

4. Velvet Map Embroidery Hoop  5. Just Like Honey Quilt Cover Set


3. Moody hues

Spring florals can take a backseat – this season it’s all about rich shades of navy, forest green and burgundy teamed with neutrals like taupe, grey and tan.

1. Leather Glasses Box

2. Luxury Wool Cashmere Cape 3. Personalised Map of the Stars Print

4. Body Oil in Rose Geranium and Lavender 5. Personalised Love Birds Hardwood Serving Board


4. Tan leather

We already told you this bag should be on your wishlist, but our obsession with tan leather extends to your home, too. It’s classic but refreshingly cool.

1. Tan Tote Bag

2. Single Deck Case for Playing Cards 3. Pages Quilted Square Cushion

4. Mushroom Suede Leather Strap Shelf 5. ‘Dad and Me’ Personalised Leather Apron Set 


PS. Wall art for every style and more so-2018-right-now trends

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