Miami Winter Interior Design Trends

Winter season is officially upon us! This calls for more entertaining and spending time with friends and loved ones. We heard from two of Miami’s top interior designers about what’s trending for this season and how to completely transform and cozy up your home.

Neutral Tones

Britto Charette | Britto Charette Design

Britto Charette is a licensed and award-winning interior design firm founded in 2010 by Jay Britto and David Charette. Headquartered in Wynwood, Miami’s most vibrant neighborhood, it’s where our dedicated designers make magic happen: bespoke creations for people who truly value great design. With a global reach and an impressive international portfolio, our firm specializes in luxury residential homes and condominium buildings.

“Like color in your rooms? Instead of opting for brightly colored walls that will quickly become dated, choose neutral tones, from off-white to gray, and then use art on your walls to bring color to the party. We suggest creating a gallery wall by enlarging and framing some of your favorite Instagram photos—a great way to put that new iphone camera to use—like we did for our Marquis project pictured here.”

Mom Cave

Nicole White | Nicole White Designs Interiors

Nicole White Designs Interiors is an award-winning and nationally published interior design firm. Known for our renovation prowess, we cultivate intimate and longstanding relationships with clients as they design for the varying stages of their lives, and often spend years working on various projects throughout our clients homes, businesses and vacation homes.

“The key to revamping your home – to kick off the New Year and a new attitude – is to think outside the box. Rethink how you use a space in your home and make it work for you. Do you only have guests once a year? Then why have a dedicated guest room when you need a home office, a yoga room or a mom cave? Make that space work full-time for you and maintain a sofa bed or daybed for that annual guest. We have to train ourselves to make our homes work for us, not how a builder or developer tells us it should. I turned my old dining room into first my small home office and now my mom cave. Again, focus on the needs you have for a space in your home and that may evolve over time. With the exception of a new light fixture, rug and curtains, I used an existing sofa, artwork I’d collected over the years and just painted all the walls, ceiling and bookcases black.”

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