Last updated on March 15th, 2021 at 06:46 pm

As the fresh Autumn chill sets in, are you finding yourself dreaming of roaring fires and cosy chalet style interiors?

Ever wondered how to get the look?

Our friends over at the wonderful ski homeware brand Powder Hound have created a blog on the – ‘TOP 5 TIPS TO CREATE A CHIC CHALET VIBE’ featuring some of our magical chalets.

Make sure to check it out here >>> and get inspired.


Tips ‘We Love’ from their Blog:

We’ve selected a couple of highlights that we love from their blog and we’ll be taking onboard when styling our own home this Winter, especially the idea to create a mood-board which we can’t wait to start right away!

Tip 1. “Take Inspiration From The Elements – Be inspired by the great outdoors. Being mindful about the four elements of nature (Air, Water, Fire and Earth) is a great place to start when redecorating….Achieve this by positioning a chair in natural light, or better yet by building a cosy window seat. Let warmth be the focal point, whether it be an actual fireplace or a cosy rug in shades of red and burnt orange. .”

chalet les etrennes, Verbier

Tip 2. “Combine Textures – Chalet interiors famously contrast hard finishes with softer tones. The addition of aged wood echoes the natural wooden interiors found in traditional alpine chalets. Antique markets are ideal for sourcing wood furniture with a more distressed finish. Combining different textures in your living space to perfectly juxtapose one another is a modern-day art-form in 2020. For example, Take a rattan wood chair and drape a faux fur rug across its elegant arms. You have achieved the height of chic.”


Chalet Sapphire, Morzine


Learn more about Powderhound:
We first met the lovely Natasha and Tim from Powderhound at a small craft fair in Sussex and have worked together since our launch in 2018.

Powderhound is a family business making beautifully crafted mountain inspired tableware, gift items and ski art, all hand designed by photographer and company owner Natasha Durlacher and her husband Tim Hall.

Each piece uses their personal ski photography to design unique yet useful items that will remind you of happy snowy times in the mountains.


All this making you want to go skiing?

Why not Get in Touch with our expert team.

They have years of knowledge helping clients book the luxury ski chalet of their dreams.

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