Spotlight on Cinnamon
Brown has long been considered an easy, ideal choice for most homeowners, and this winter, the thought of warm cinnamon shades is making us want to revamp and redo. The combination of carrot spice and burnt orange adds a toasty touch to an interior, while copper and brass tones add a hint of luxe elegance.
This colour trend works best with light shades of beige, and natural wood tones will give the cinnamon added emphasis.
See below for a few of our favourite homeware and furniture items in spiced cinnamon:
This mock suede scatter cushion, with its geometric panels and biscuit-coloured variations of the cinnamon trend, ensures a warm textural feel of modernity. Available at MRP Home.
A set of three polished metallic votives, available at La Grange Interiors, brings a warm glow to any room. These holders are available in gold, platinum and copper (pictured).
The warm hues of this copper and light wood utility lamp, available from @home, make it a classic winter must-have.
Traditional style meets five-star comfort in this rustic Nora Carver dining chair, upholstered in leatherette with solid wood legs. Available from @home.
This geometric brass-finished vase, for sale from Mezzanine, adds a stunning touch of artistry and luxury to a home.
shake it off
This solid walnut Shaker Sofa, with its cinnamon-toned leather seating and cushioning, is sure to create a warm aura thanks to its emphasis on colour and exotic shape. Get it at Egg Designs.
With its rust-finish texture, the neutral tone of this earthenware vase from La Grange Interiors blends with any colour scheme and gives the room an organic feel.
This trio of vases from La Grange Interiors brings some starry bushveld sparkle indoors.
hot cross buns
Ideal as a footrest at the end of a long workday, the cinnamon-hued Hotcross Cube from MRP Home also serves as an informal seating option.
This beautiful designer rug in a burnt-orange Eastern print, woven from 100% wool, will undoubtedly 'tie the room together'. Available from Hertex.