If you’re craving warmth in this not-yet-warm-but-not-totally-freezing weather, you’re not alone. From indoor plants to layers of textured accessories, we’re getting inspired by these simple design tricks to make any space warm and inviting.
Textured Throws, Pillows, And Rugs | Textured materials such as knitted blankets, fur pillows, and warm-toned rugs have a way of making any space feel inviting and cozy. Local stores Maaribu, Wendow Fine Living, and Wildflower Organics offer stylish home accessories that will instantly bring comfort and warmth to your home.
Fresh Flowers | Adding fresh flowers to any space can instantly make the room feel full of energy. Get your next arrangement from one of these local favorites: Austin Flower Co., David Kurio Designs, and The Little Posey Floral.
A Pop Of Art | Place your paintings and prints in unlikely places like the kitchen and powder room to instantly create warmth and visual interest. A few of our favorite local artists are Ysabel LeMay, Roi James, and Diana Greenberg.
Indoor Trees + Branches | Bringing the outside in with indoor trees and branches that will add greenery to any space! House plants can be either a statement piece added to any living space or a simple accent to any shelf. A few of our favorite local nurseries are The Great Outdoors, Shoal Creek Nursery, and Tillery Street Plant Co.
Adding A Signature Scent | Filling your spaces with a scent you love is one of the easiest ways to make it feel like a home. Visit local stores ByGeorge, Hearth & Soul, and Le Labo Austin to find your signature scent.
Display Your Fresh Produce | Easily add pops of color and warmth into the kitchen or dining room with displays of fresh fruit and vegetables. Visit these farmer’s markets for some locally sourced produce: Boggy Creek Farm, SFC Farmer’s Market Downtown, Texas Farmers’ Market at Mueller.
Plant Arrangements | Plant arrangements are simple yet stunning, modern, and just another way to add that perfect touch of greenery. Our go-to sources for all plant-related needs are East Austin Succulents, New Native Gardens, and Thompson + Hanson.