Winter brings an exciting array of colours to inspire your new bedroom decor project. Winter colours allow you to go for a minimal look, infuse a vibrant splash of colour, use soft neutrals or simply put together a variety of colours for a highly personalized style.
Sometimes improving your home’s look is as simple as investing in a few modern pieces of furniture. Modern furniture allows you to bring your decor up to date without having to perform a complete overhaul of your interior or spend thousands of dollars creating a new look.
The living room is the space where you kick back and relax after a long day, spend time with your family and entertain visitors. As a result, it is important to make it as comfortable and welcoming as possible to encourage people to return to this space to interact time and again.
Freshen up your decor in 2017 with the hottest on trend furniture & accessories!
New Zealand is known for high quality, innovative products. At Hunter Furniture we work with talented New Zealand designers and craftspeople to create elegant furniture that blends well with a wide range of different interior styles and current design trends.
As we progress towards total modernity many people are looking for inspiration from the past. It is therefore not a wonder to find American Mid-Century Modernist and Scandinavian looks everywhere. In fact, interior designers and architects are further predicting that this trend will not disappear for some time.
If you are on the look out for a new lounge suite this season take a look at some of Hunter Furniture’s best lounge suites and sofa options for your home this winter. Within the collection Hunter Furniture are showcasing examples of Scandinavian design, Italian leathers and New Zealand manufacture.
Leather is the enduring black this winter. During the week I managed to catch a glimpse of the Southern Alps covered in snow, an unmistakable visual link to the pervasive chill in the air that had become the talk of the town. The cold snap reminded me I could no longer delay adding more leather and wool to my wardrobe. At that point I started thinking about the links between leather garments and footwear and leather furniture.
This time of the year, I find very difficult to get excited about. Obviously, it is the opposite of Spring when we look ahead to maximizing our time outdoors. Autumn is about coming back inside and preparing for the cooler months ahead.
When I think of Scandinavian Design, I think minimalist interiors, polished concrete, roaring fires, downbeat icy electronica, fine cuisine, finer vodkas in excellent glassware, looking out the window gazing into monochromatic sulky landscapes…while reclining on fantastic designer furniture.