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The cotton colour palette is the perfect setting for modern interiors that seem to be craving an extra touch of warmth and snugness without losing the edginess that is inherent to their style – a task that oftentimes presents a bigger challenge than it might seem.
Cotton is a set of musky neutrals with warm grey and brown undertones. Although, on paper, this colour scheme might not seem to properly convey the cloudy nature of cotton, this set of velvety moody shades takes on a whole new life when applied to a home.
However, if modern interiors aren’t at play and one is keen on using this palette and even taking it up a notch, mixing and matching soft textures is a fantastic way to do so: shaggy rugs, fluffy pillows, wool blankets – more is more when it comes to comfort. Either in supple little balls or in our wardrobe, cotton is not, or has ever been, a stranger to any of us.
It is one of the softest and fluffiest fibres present in nature, native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world – one that has been widely used to create fabric ever since prehistory.
Its unmatched breathability carries with it a series of well-established health and comfort benefits that are yet to be replicated by any other fibre and, for this very reason, cotton is the most commonly used natural fibre worldwide today.
This winter, as the crisp winds arise and speed up and the slight breeze that they conveyed in summer suddenly resembles sharp needles embedded in the air, cotton’s enviable softness might be a quality you want to duplicate in your home for a satisfying cosy contrast. Luckily, this unique decadent palette will allow you to achieve just that.
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