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Gatwala Commercial Hub , Faisalabad is Punjab’s biggest and Pakistan’s second largest mixed use, real estate project. It has a covered area of over 3.1 million sq. ft.

This mega project, designed and developed by Shah Nawaz Associates, is located, at the junction of Canal Expressway and Lahore Sheikhupura Road. The road in front of the GCH project, has an average traffic count of 30 vehicles per minute. become, the city’s next mega center for trade, commerce, industries as well as residential projects.

 

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Winter Home Decor Trends

As we approach the cooler months, it’s time to retreat into our homes and make them as welcoming as possible – and by keeping up with the newest trends, you can surround yourself with enough style to keep you happy all winter.

Natural materials, calming scents, and warm hues can help to create a relaxing and welcoming environment. No substantial renovation is required; instead, focus on details like blankets and low-cost, high-impact features like paint, textures and elements to create a home you’ll like hibernating in.

Graana.com  brings a list of Winter interior home decor trends to make the job easy for you. It will assist you in transforming your home into a trendy, comfy, modern area that will exude Fall/Winter vibes.

 

Incorporate Nature

Adding charismatic natural aspects to your home is usually an excellent idea. These will offer a unique touch to your home and bring it closer to nature.  Warm colours, such as rust browns, warm greens, charcoal, and browns, are still in demand in winter. In 2021 and 2022, you’ll want to make your home design more comforting and friendly. Warm, natural textiles are another crucial aspect that goes wonderfully with earth tones this season. Natural fibres exude warmth and a sense of craftsmanship to your home that lasts longer than the season. 

 

Colour Palette and Textures

During the chilly winter months, the landscape outside may appear gloomy and lifeless, but your home does not have to. An excellent colour choice plays a significant role. Using winter colours like brown, mustard, rust add a warm feeling to your house. Brown Colour, being an earthy colour, exudes a comfortable and cosy vibe.  It allows a traditional look for modern home interiors. Green, blues, quartz all bring a natural aura inside your home. Natural textures, e.g. boucle, velvet and natural linen, are a treat for the senses and create the comforting feel we all crave in the winter months.

Add a boucle armchair or a mixture of matt-velvet cushions to keep your sofa set up to date. To amp up the luxury factor, introduce a variety of other luxurious textures to the plan, such as carpets, woollen shawls, and throws over sofas.

Light

Lighting creates a vast difference. Allow natural light to enter your home. Incorporate minimalistic warm lights in winter to give a cosy vibe. Invest in yellow instead of white light. White light is not a bad option for a home office. Because winter brings fewer hours of daylight, it’s critical to keep your home bright and attractive throughout the season.

Unique Style

Create your style that reflects your individuality. It’s usually a good idea to combine classic qualities with modern design, whether in furniture design or building. It’s never out of style to be classy.

Inspired by famous nordic designs, the geometric style is an excellent alternative if you don’t like classism. This 2021-2022 Fall/Winter trend sets the tone for a more boho chick aesthetic through more minimalistic furniture and lighting design components.

 

Planters

Indoor gardening is more popular than ever this year, as most of us spend more time at home. Plants bring instant vitality to your home, and gardening is a profoundly calming activity – ideal for keeping you occupied during the cold, gloomy winter months.

 

Fireplace

There is no fall/autumn season without a fireplace. On a gloomy day, there’s nothing cosier than cuddling up with a blanket next to a warm fire. Make room for a classic warm fireplace whether you’re looking to add a new hearth to your home or just need some design inspiration for an autumn/fall living room.

 

Winter Elements

Add small winter element deco pieces to your space. It will add a touch of winter along with beautifying your space. You can try putting some snowflake ornaments, candles, and a few miniature potted firs. A rustic wooden piece or a rustic ceramic vase can also serve the purpose. These inexpensive elements can create a cosy and vintage vibe.

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