Three Winter Mood Boards for the Ultimate Cold-Weather Retreat

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Photo by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Warm and Fuzzy

Inspired by a recent trip to Vermont, ID8 Design Studio principal Sashya Thind Fernandes imagined a plush highland hideaway anchored by natural mohair and wool textiles and hints of brass and bronze.

1“Limani” mohair-cotton textile, Knoll.

2“Mohair Extreme” mohair textile, Maharam.

3“Arabescato Corchia” marble, Cumar.

4“Twig” fork and spoon with brass handles, Artefact Home|Garden.

5“Pioneer” leather, Room & Board.

6 “Circa” viscose-polyester textile, Knoll.

7Juniper Ridge “Backpacker” cologne, Boston General Store.

8 Tabu “Newood” wood veneer, Materials Inc.

9“Haven Stone” flooring, Armstrong Flooring.

10Custom brass tile, designer’s own.

1141zero42 “Loop” ceramic wall tile, Division

12“Sherpa” polyester textile, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

13“Venetian Dream” engineered-stone tile, Stone Source.

14 “Gallery” glass tile, Ann Sacks.

15 “Harlow” bronze-and-brass cabinet knob, Rejuvenation.

16“Cato” wool-rayon textile, Knoll.

17 White onyx, Cumar.

18 Cofield brass bottle opener, Artefact Home|Garden.

19Alpaca rug, the Rug Company.

Photo by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Fire and Ice

Interior designer Erin Glennon experimented with warm and cool tones to evoke a romantic chalet, complete with silken fabrics and a metallic Phillip Jeffries wallcovering.

1 Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks “Sonoma” silk textile, Kravet.

2 Games Academy domino set, Black Ink.

3 + 18 Sandra Jordan “Prima Alpaca Suri” alpaca-wool textiles, Studio 534.

4 “Helios Plaid” acrylic-wool-polyester textile, Robert Allen Duralee Group.

5 + 12 Bierfilzl wool coasters, Greentail Table.

6 Bowl, Field House.

7 “Wild Woods” wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries.

8 Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks “Wood Drop” wood trim, Kravet.

9 “Mulberry Silk” silk textile, Robert Allen Duralee Group.

10 Polyester textile, Kravet.

11 Noble maple syrup, Boston General Store.

13 Nate Cotterman “Rocks” glass, Artefact Home|Garden.

14 “Brookhill Plaid” cotton-linen textile, Ralph Lauren.

15 “Embellushed Plush” cotton textile, Pollack.

16 “Bird” stainless steel corkscrew with rosewood, Greentail Table.

17 “Cometa” antique glass, Architectural Glass.

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19 Rocky Mountain Hardware “Twig” bronze cabinet pull, Needham Decorative Hardware.

Photo by Joe St. Pierre / Styling by Kaylei Mcgaw/Anchor Artists

Nature and Nurture

Picturing a cozy, nature-connected space with a roaring fireplace and mountain views, interior designer Shannon Tate paired stone and wood finishes with warm leather upholstery and textured rugs.

1 “Metaphor” porcelain tiles, Emser Tile.

2 “Center-to-Center” zinc pull, Amerock.

3 Linen textile, the Shade Store.

4 “Utopia” rayon-linen textile, Smith & Noble.

5 Burnt-teak sample, Masaya & Co.

6 Framed photograph, designer’s own.

7 “Bermuda” jute rug, Surya.

8 “Brea” wool-cotton-polyester rug, ED.

9 “Pony” aniline-dyed leather, Comfort Design.

10 “Italian Textured Weave” viscose-cotton textile, RH.

11, 12, 13 + 14 “Little Black Dress,” “Shadow Mountain,” “True Taupewood,” and “Conifer Green” paint samples, all Behr.

15 Storka “Cambridge” porcelain tile, South Cypress.

16 Vintage camera, designer’s own.

17 Mulxiply felt-and-leather case, Artefact Home|Garden.

18 “Boulder” porcelain mug, Greentail Table.

19 Velvet textile, the Shade Store.

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