Use a vibrant throw to add a pop of color to a space or use a fur blanket to add texture and warmth to your rooms. And for a bit of inspiration, see how some of our favorite designers use stylish throws to complete these homey, welcoming spaces.
Kati Curtis Design
“I have never really thought about this consciously before, but I always do a velvet sofa. I have one in my current home, gravitated towards velvet sofas in my past apartments, and used them in a lot of our projects without thinking about it. Velvets are soft, comfortable, durable, and stand the test of time. Velvets also can work for all sofa styles and can swing both traditional and modern.” —Kati Curtis, founder and principal at Kati Curtis Design
“Even before the pandemic, I've been against the open plan lifestyle due to its lack of practicality. In a recent project, we partially enclosed an open kitchen—the client cooks often, as do most people these days, and didn't want the sights and smells traveling to the living area where they spend most of their time.”— Kati Curtis, principal of Kati Curtis Design
As Curtis explains, “Mirrors are the perfect addition to bring the light in. Not only do they reflect light to make your space feel bigger and more open, but they also multiply the impact of what you’ve created visually in your space.”