Three Balls Red How to: Create Winter Warmth

Three Balls Red How to: Create Winter Warmth

With the mercury dropping to chilly lows, winter is the perfect time to hibernate and really enjoy your space.
After one of the most tumultuous years in our history last year, homes have been transformed into warm and earthy sanctuaries to retreat to during an unsettling time.According to the Three Balls Red team, earth tones reign supreme in interiors right now with hues like warm browns, sand, taupe, terracotta, clay and nude as well as natural materials creating a sense of warmth and calm in the home.Aside from paint and fabrics, the Three Balls Red team build warm, layered and textural spaces for their clients from the boutique interior showroom’s extensive tile range, bespoke timber furniture, high-quality wool rugs, custom artwork and inspiring range of lighting.

“With people spending more time than ever before in their homes in the wake of the global pandemic, they are looking for warm, natural colours and textures and layering which evokes a sense of calm,” says Three Balls Red’s Jasmine Dowthwaite.
“Being winter, clients are also looking for ways to make their homes cosier – and more inviting.”

Here are Three Balls Red’s hacks for warming up your interiors this winter...

With the mercury dropping to chilly lows, winter is the perfect time to hibernate and really enjoy your space.
After one of the most tumultuous years in our history last year, homes have been transformed into warm and earthy sanctuaries to retreat to during an unsettling time. According to the Three Balls Red team, earth tones reign supreme in interiors right now with hues like warm browns, sand, taupe, terracotta, clay and nude as well as natural materials creating a sense of warmth and calm in the home. 

Image by Roy Primewood

With the mercury dropping to chilly lows, winter is the perfect time to hibernate and really enjoy your space.
After one of the most tumultuous years in our history last year, homes have been transformed into warm and earthy sanctuaries to retreat to during an unsettling time. According to the Three Balls Red team, earth tones reign supreme in interiors right now with hues like warm browns, sand, taupe, terracotta, clay and nude as well as natural materials creating a sense of warmth and calm in the home. Aside from paint and fabrics, the Three Balls Red team build warm, layered and textural spaces for their clients from the boutique interior showroom’s extensive tile range, bespoke timber furniture, high-quality wool rugs, custom artwork and inspiring range of lighting.

“With people spending more time than ever before in their homes in the wake of the global pandemic, they are looking for warm, natural colours and textures and layering which evokes a sense of calm,” says Three Balls Red’s Jasmine Dowthwaite.
“Being winter, clients are also looking for ways to make their homes cosier – and more inviting.”

Here are Three Balls Red’s hacks for warming up your interiors this winter...

With the mercury dropping to chilly lows, winter is the perfect time to hibernate and really enjoy your space.
After one of the most tumultuous years in our history last year, homes have been transformed into warm and earthy sanctuaries to retreat to during an unsettling time. According to the Three Balls Red team, earth tones reign supreme in interiors right now with hues like warm browns, sand, taupe, terracotta, clay and nude as well as natural materials creating a sense of warmth and calm in the home. 

Aside from paint and fabrics, the Three Balls Red team build warm, layered and textural spaces for their clients from the boutique interior showroom’s extensive tile range, bespoke timber furniture, high-quality wool rugs, custom artwork and inspiring range of lighting.

“With people spending more time than ever before in their homes in the wake of the global pandemic, they are looking for warm, natural colours and textures and layering which evokes a sense of calm,” says Three Balls Red’s Jasmine Dowthwaite.
“Being winter, clients are also looking for ways to make their homes cosier – and more inviting.”

Here are Three Balls Red’s hacks for warming up your interiors this winter...

Rug Up

Not only does a quality rug bring physical warmth to a space, rugs add texture and tie a room together. Three Balls Red offers a range of ethically-sourced, Australian made rugs that are handwoven in jute, wool and a bamboo viscose blend - such our handwoven Weave rugs - for a stylish and welcoming finish.

Pumphouse Point, Image by Natasha Mulhalli

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Cosy Nooks

Embrace the winter chill and invest in a beautiful occasional chair to curl up on by the roaring fire with a wool throw, a good book and a glass of red. Three Balls Red has a range of accent chairs such as the coveted Soigne Chair from Gold Coast talent CJ Anderson, and the Fantastic Beast Bigfoot Chair from Odditi to add that personal – and oh-so-comfy - touch to any living or bedroom space. Our expert design team can also assist with styling advice on how to incorporate your statement chair into a room.

Just Add Art

Your home is an extension of yourself and should represent your personality and tastes. In our humble opinions, incorporating quality art in the home is a key element in interior design as beautiful artwork creates a focal point and varying sense of texture in a room. Whether it’s a cool photographic Palm Springs or Californian print by Gold Coast creative Nick Atkins or a piece of fine art, wall art is a finishing element that can help full a space together and make it feel complete - and professionally styled.

Set The Mood

Given light affects our mood and sets the tone of a room, getting it right is key, particularly in the winter months when the days are shorter and the nights longer. The Three Balls Red team say the key to keeping the home inviting during winter is integrating low level lighting in dark corners, which also adds texture through brass, fabric and ceramic lighting options. “Winter is the perfect time to install a wall sconce or a new pendant light,” says Dowthwaite.

Cosy Nooks

Embrace the winter chill and invest in a beautiful occasional chair to curl up on by the roaring fire with a wool throw, a good book and a glass of red.Three Balls Red has a range of accent chairs such as the coveted Soigne Chair from Gold Coast talent CJ Anderson, and the Fantastic Beast Bigfoot Chair from Odditi to add that personal – and oh-so-comfy - touch to any living or bedroom space.Our expert design team can also assist with styling advice on how to incorporate your statement chair into a room.

Just Add Art

Your home is an extension of yourself and should represent your personality and tastes.In our humble opinions, incorporating quality art in the home is a key element in interior design as beautiful artwork creates a focal point and varying sense of texture in a room.Whether it’s a cool photographic Palm Springs or Californian print by Gold Coast creative Nick Atkins or a piece of fine art, wall art is a finishing element that can help full a space together and make it feel complete - and professionally styled.

Set The Mood

Given light affects our mood and sets the tone of a room, getting it right is key, particularly in the winter months when the days are shorter and the nights longer.The Three Balls Red team say the key to keeping the home inviting during winter is integrating low level lighting in dark corners, which also adds texture through brass, fabric and ceramic lighting options. “Winter is the perfect time to install a wall sconce or a new pendant light,” says Dowthwaite.

Cosy Nooks

Embrace the winter chill and invest in a beautiful occasional chair to curl up on by the roaring fire with a wool throw, a good book and a glass of red.Three Balls Red has a range of accent chairs such as the coveted Soigne Chair from Gold Coast talent CJ Anderson, and the Fantastic Beast Bigfoot Chair from Odditi to add that personal – and oh-so-comfy - touch to any living or bedroom space.Our expert design team can also assist with styling advice on how to incorporate your statement chair into a room.

Just Add Art

Your home is an extension of yourself and should represent your personality and tastes.In our humble opinions, incorporating quality art in the home is a key element in interior design as beautiful artwork creates a focal point and varying sense of texture in a room.Whether it’s a cool photographic Palm Springs or Californian print by Gold Coast creative Nick Atkins or a piece of fine art, wall art is a finishing element that can help full a space together and make it feel complete - and professionally styled.

Set The Mood

Given light affects our mood and sets the tone of a room, getting it right is key, particularly in the winter months when the days are shorter and the nights longer.The Three Balls Red team say the key to keeping the home inviting during winter is integrating low level lighting in dark corners, which also adds texture through brass, fabric and ceramic lighting options. “Winter is the perfect time to install a wall sconce or a new pendant light,” says Dowthwaite.

Cosy Nooks

Embrace the winter chill and invest in a beautiful occasional chair to curl up on by the roaring fire with a wool throw, a good book and a glass of red. Three Balls Red has a range of accent chairs such as the coveted Soigne Chair from Gold Coast talent CJ Anderson, and the Fantastic Beast Bigfoot Chair from Odditi to add that personal – and oh-so-comfy - touch to any living or bedroom space. Our expert design team can also assist with styling advice on how to incorporate your statement chair into a room.

Image from Pinterest

Just Add Art

Your home is an extension of yourself and should represent your personality and tastes.In our humble opinions, incorporating quality art in the home is a key element in interior design as beautiful artwork creates a focal point and varying sense of texture in a room. Whether it’s a cool photographic Palm Springs or Californian print by Gold Coast creative Nick Atkins or a piece of fine art, wall art is a finishing element that can help full a space together and make it feel complete - and professionally styled.

Set The Mood

Given light affects our mood and sets the tone of a room, getting it right is key, particularly in the winter months when the days are shorter and the nights longer. The Three Balls Red team say the key to keeping the home inviting during winter is integrating low level lighting in dark corners, which also adds texture through brass, fabric and ceramic lighting options. “Winter is the perfect time to install a wall sconce or a new pendant light,” says Dowthwaite.

Winter Friendly Flooring

Ceramic tiles are often perceived to be a hard and cold material and not ideal for bedroom and living spaces where warmth and softness are preferred. However, the Three Balls Red team say that is not the case. “There are so many stunning tile options on the market in warm hues and textures - such as our timber-look tiles, Travertine, and a huge range of porcelain floor tiles in creamy beige tones - to instantly warm your space,” says Dowthwaite. Better yet, they are low-maintenance and durable.

Lisbon Rug in Seasalt

Lisbon Rug in Seasalt

Winter Friendly Flooring

Ceramic tiles are often perceived to be a hard and cold material and not ideal for bedroom and living spaces where warmth and softness are preferred. However, the Three Balls Red team say that is not the case. “There are so many stunning tile options on the market in warm hues and textures - such as our timber-look tiles, Travertine, and a huge range of porcelain floor tiles in creamy beige tones - to instantly warm your space,” says Dowthwaite. Better yet, they are low-maintenance and durable.

Ukuba Frankie Chair

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Moby Wall Light

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Weave Lisbon Floor Rug

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We Ponder Dusk Short Wall Sconce

$510.00
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