#THELIST: 10 WAYS TO FIGHT THE WINTER INTERIOR BLUES

Playing with punchy hues isn't solely reserved for warmer months.

 

By Lauren Sheffield / Published by Harper's Bazaar – December

When it comes to winter interiors, dark colors and moody elements keep things feeling seasonal and add a cozy vibe to your entire pad. But as the chilling months trudge on, we find ourselves getting tired of the same pallid color palette of greys and blacks and craving a heavy dose of color, but one that doesn't feel like we're rushing head on into spring. Here, we tapped interior designer Bennett Leifer to give us some of his favorite tips and tricks of the trade to fight the winter interior blues. From simple pops of color injected through jewel-toned chairs or glamorous flower displays, playing with punchy hues isn't solely reserved for warmer months.

PICTURED ABOVE: ' VICOMTE DE VALMONT II'
by Charles de Vaivre,
$600-$3200, 
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'Room 8' by Tracey Snelling,
$150-$575, 
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Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve' by Ludwig Favre,

$150-$1250, 
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