The fashion world is undoubtedly dominated by an ever changing group of ideologies based on an innumerable set of factors, which range from celebrity dress codes to designer opinions and even to current events and popular cultures.
Far from the unpredictable nature of the celebrity world of fashion where cuts, patterns and colours can go out of date in a week and styles can shift based on newly popular cultures, there is one ever potent factor which all stylists and fashion dedicated souls can rely on and follow. It is a shift which is as reliable and unavoidable as our seasons, and it is in fact these very times of change which create its rules and time frames.
The seasonal changes impact the fashion world as much, if not more than culturally relevant celebrities who must follow them. Autumnal and winter shifts bring darker shades and palettes into the spot light which become a fashionable excuse to wrap up warm and create a cosy atmosphere at home. Summer and spring in turn create their own colour codes, both for clothing and for in-house decor and decorating fashions.
Although it often hardly seems appropriate to even consider redecorating your entire house based on seasonal changes there are some rooms which can benefit from a season change each year. In particular the bathroom of any house hold can seriously benefit from a seasonal re-vamp based on the shifting temperature, light levels and time of year.
In winter and autumn darker shades help to retain actual warmth and create a cosy more home like feeling within what, let’s admit is one of the more personal rooms in any household. Where as in spring and summer a bright and reflective colour scheme helps the whole room seem a little bigger and will create a sense of space during a generally hot and humid seasonal change.
As well as the colour schemes and palettes there are other options to take into account which can make a huge difference to the feel of your bathroom during seasonal changes. For example the style, shape and colouring of your shower enclosure can have a huge effect on the size, functionality and stylistic preferences of your bathroom.
A bright chrome skeletal structure with a set of fully transparent glass panes can give a great, bright and open feeling during the summer and spring months. Where as a darker metallic frame and slightly more translucent set of panes can help to keep that more personal, warmer feeling during the colder and often more body conscious months of autumn and winter.
Remember it’s not only the colour and cut of your clothes which seasonal fashions should affect, it’s also the colour schemes and styles within your own home. Changing just a small number of simple things within certain rooms can really help to create the right sense of welcoming warmth, or open spacious light you need to maintain for the next two seasons.