With a new season on the way to Moncks Corner, it is the perfect time to freshen up your Foxbank Plantation home’s look. Instead of purchasing furniture and décor that is simply in style right now, consider using the common colors of winter as your inspiration for a fresh, yet festive look.
In a recent article, HGTV shared 11 winter color palettes that work year-round. And we’ve decided to share our top three picks from this list with you.
Ivory, Lavender, Charcoal
What we love about this color combination is that the charcoal adds an interesting contrast to the lighter ivory and lavender shades. All together, this color palette creates a warm, casual feel with a slight hint of romance. These calming hues will transport you and your guests into a peaceful winter wonderland year-round.
Cream, Soft Grey, Slate
The best thing about this palette is that these colors can easily blend in with a wide range of décor. Use this palette for a more contemporary holiday set-up, and add in pops of red, green or gold if you’re feeling extra festive. Either way, this palette is neutral enough to let you get creative.
White, Gold, Chartreuse
At first glance, these colors may not seem like they go together, but when you take a closer look you’ll find that they offer an interesting blend of festive and youthful hues. The white and gold are seasonal classics and neutral enough to go with almost anything. Whereas the chartreuse adds a fresh, colorful pop to the subdued palette and gives a slight nod to the tones found in a fresh Douglas fir or holly leaf.