Beautiful Winter Interior Inspiration

We know the “hygge” hype has quietened down a little, but you can’t fail to be reminded of it as the nights close in and the feeling of contentment that stems from crackling fires, woolly jumpers and plenty of good food and wine starts to ease you towards Christmas and the New Year. We’ve gathered together some of our favourite winter interior looks that really embrace the season – from simple and stylish living rooms, to kitchens with a hint of Christmas and classic cosy cabins. And of course, we’ve given you tips for which flooring can be used to achieve the effect of each room. We can’t help ourselves – the floors always draw our eye…

Classic style

This grandeur living space has a roaring fire, garlands and fairy lights highlighting the traditional beams of this welcoming room.

Create a classic look of your own using our Chepstow range of wooden floors.

A white winter kitchen

Of course, winter style isn’t limited to the living room! The kitchen is the heart of most homes these days and deserves just as much care and attention when you’re setting the house up for the winter months. Here, this elegant kitchen creates a lovely tranquil space. The fairy lights spark magic and joy, whilst pale wooden floors and white cabinets look fresh and beautiful, leading your eye to the adorable gingerbread house and Christmas tree.

Love this style? Lots of our ranges have beautiful, pale wooden options. Some of our favourites are Harlech Raw Oak, Chepstow Vanilla Oak and Salcombe Chalked Oak.

A blend of old and new

A brilliant example of fabrics, texture and styles all combining into a modern yet traditional look. Beautiful, warm and rustic wood floors and the deep green from the tree make us think of fir forests and Christmas trees. Add a glowing fireplace and a soft rug and you have yourself a perfect winter bolthole.

For a traditional look, have a browse of our Berkeley range.

Pristine and peaceful

Image by Design Hunter

This room featuring our Goodrich Feather Oak, instantly makes you feel calm… The white walls are pleasingly crisp and fresh, while the more rugged edges of the grey stone hearth, pale parquet floor and monochrome, woollen rug add gorgeous natural textures.

Do you love a pale parquet? Have a browse of our Goodrich and Brecon floors.

Don’t forget the dining room

Whether you’re hosting a lunch party (unlikely at the time of writing in 2020…) or simply fancy making your dining room look just as pretty as the rest of the house, then you can’t go wrong with beautiful glassware and a green garland to complement the flowers. Ivy, eucalyptus, anemones – all lovely plants to pop in a vase over the winter seasons! This dining room, with its soft grey walls, wooden floors, mismatched chairs and charming window wreaths is a harmonious example of how to create a rustic yet cosy dining space.

Create a stylish space of your own using our Harlech range.

Cabin comfort

You don’t have to live in a cabin to embrace this look… Here, a rustic fireplace paired with stone & wood walls gives the illusion that you’re tucked away in a cosy cabin – safe from any snowstorms outside! The fur rug and throws finish the look off nicely against the aged wooden floor and make for the perfect setting to enjoy a steaming cup of cocoa.

You can’t beat real wood floors if you’re wanting to get the cabin feel! Take a look at our York solid wood range.

Greys and golds

Stylish with a strict colour palette of golds, russets, greys and blacks, this is a room that comes into its own on Halloween, but also lends a slick, modern-gothic style to winter decorating. The worn black floors complement the designer’s palette perfectly and get a big thumbs up from us.

Grey and dark floors are incredibly popular for a reason. Take a look at our favourite grey floors.

Super simple can still be stunning

Soaring ceilings haven’t put this homeowner off keeping things minimal this Christmas. Beige walls, furniture in natural colours and a large white rug underfoot make this a gorgeous yet subtle winter retreat. The tree in the corner adds a delicate touch of festiveness which gives this room a beautiful flare.

Our Lynton floors are beautiful but hard-wearing (no need to worry about sharp high heels at Christmas drinks parties!)

Add some twinkle

Photo by Frost and Lane | Goodrich Feather Oak

As we’ve already said, don’t neglect the kitchen and dining room when you’re beautifying your house for winter! This space has beautiful large windows that have been draped with twinkling fairy lights, as well as a shimmering Christmas tree next to them. A stunning look that we adore!

If you would like to explore our engineered herringbone range then visit our Goodrich category to discover more.