Warm and inviting can mean different things to different people — but to me, it’s a comfortable and welcoming space with a place to kick up your feet. 1. So create a room that welcomes with warm colors and friendly furniture. It seems like orange, red, blue and whites are common colors in these type of spaces and that’s a-okay with me! Spring colors aren’t just for spring months! Keep your table set with a warm array of your favorite dinnerware and seasonal centerpieces to make it seem like a dinner party is always around the corner. 3. Photo found on Lonny Mag. *Re-edited from a post originally published 12.12.11 – AB
(Image credits: As credited above. Tons of pillows, a faux fur-covered stool, a plush rug underfoot and lots of live plants are just a few of the elements making this living room spotted on Justina Blakeney warm and inviting. 5. Keep it cheery and happy all year long by adding fresh greens, warm yellows and more to your home. And a roaring fire doesn’t hurt! A warm and inviting home starts in your entryway, the first spot people see when they visit! ) Baby, it’s cold outside and there’s nothing more inviting than a nice warm space to come home to. 2.