The year 2020 saw a huge rise in interior decorating as people wanted their homes to teleport them to destinations they no longer could travel to. The year 2021 continues to see people investing in their homes as people still want to stay inside the safety of their cocoons until we have definitively weathered the pandemic.
We have researched and rounded up the trends that will be huge in 2021. Take a sneak peek at what the new year has to bring.
If you are in the process of building a new place or in the process of remodeling one, an interior designer can be of great help in shaping your space to reflect your style in a cohesive and visually pleasing manner. Choosing an interior designer can be tough, and with Pinterest available to aid us in creating design boards, a lot of us feel like we can be our own interior designers. However, getting Pinterest styles right can be challenging, and people often end up burning more money to get the look right.
There is a slight nip in the air, and the morning dew is indicating that the most beautiful time of the year is finally here! We are warming up for the winter season with “Home Alone” Christmas movies, gourmet coffees, our favourite books, and cosy interior elements. If you are also looking at transforming your space into a warm and inviting cocoon, explore our guide on “Five Ways to Cosy up your Space for Winters.”
It is that time of the year when there is a slight nip in the air, the leaves are turning yellow-orange, and the shiny new trends for fall and winter are appearing. To help you keep your space in sync with the interior vogue, we have compiled the top 5 trends for this season.
Ever since Pantone named Greenery as its Colour of the Year in 2017, there’s been a significant rise in the “Botanical Interiors Trend.” According to Pinterest, saves for botanical ideas have increased by 75 per cent globally in May 2018, making it one of the fastest growing home trends of 2018. The popularity of this trend stems from a back to basics call to nature and the desire bring the outdoors in especially in urban homes where outdoor space is at a premium. This trend embraces the use of refreshing and revitalizing shades and materials of the natural world to create a sense of earthiness and serenity in your home. Here are five elements that you can combine with materials such as cork, wicker, rattan, jute and wood to create an inspired botanical look.
Even if you don’t have a sea-facing apartment or house, it does not mean you can’t enjoy a coastal vibe. You can bring the colours and textures of the sea in your home and enjoy the shoreline views on an everyday basis from the comfort of your home. Here’s how you can achieve the perfect coastal look in an easy breezy way.
Simple and elegant, lanterns are great accessories to elevate the decorative quotient of a space. There are multiple ways in which you can use a lantern. From a centerpiece on a dining table to a décor element on the console, the lanterns can add both literal and figurative light to your space. Here are a few tips for styling lanterns in various nooks and on hooks across your place.
Fall time kicks off all the best celebrations of the year! If you are hosting any parties and looking for tips to style your dining table in a contemporary manner, yell Bingo! Here’s how you can elevate your guests’ dining experience by styling a table that beckons and makes everyone feel like modern royalty!
The Artisan's Journal is our attempt to share our passion for crafting beautiful homes with like-minded people, such as you! In this blog, we share ideas, trends, tips and tricks, and handpicked beautiful decor objects that inspire and excite us. This is our take on how you can turn your house into a beautiful home. Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to get the latest updates!
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