April 02, 2021 1 min read

Not too hot and not too cold, but juuuuust right!

We're in the 'transitional' months of the year. The seasons have shifted so much over the decades we never really know what Autumn will be like from one day to the next.

Layering is a practical way to tackle this transition from summer to winter and its also a great design tool for creating a luxe and sensory experience.

Lets look at a few places you can use the layering technique:

I love natural fibres they feel earthy to me, warm tones and organic textures. Their natural insulating properties make them perfect for trans-seasonal layering. Start with a cotton or linen base to add warmth to your home and then layer it with lightweight wool based pieces when it starts to get chilly.

For the bedroom; look at upgrading your small throw to a feature comforter folded down. You may only need the warmth and weight of the comforter on your feet for a month or so, then you can pull it all the way up when Winter hits.

Having quality woollen blankets in the lounge room is a great alternative to a traditional throw when you feel chilly but aren't quite ready to turn the heating on. Have a think about where you could put the extra blankets because they can be bulky and take up alot of room. What about an ottoman that has storage or a basket.

Rug up peeps and stay warm....

Happy Easter