Interior trends, just like fashion trends, change every season and year. If you are a home fashionista, here’s what you need to know about what’s going to be in vogue in 2018.
Despite its humble nature, concrete has emerged as a preferred choice of material for decorating modern spaces for. It is simple yet modern and impactful. You can incorporate this in your space by using concrete planters, sculptures, lights and tea-light holders.
While flowers had given way to geometric patterns and prints in 2017, they seem to be making a comeback in 2018 but in a larger-than-normal size. At the 2017 Paris design fair, Maison and Objet, blooms were seen in bounty on various home textiles. You can weave in this trend in your space by getting floral-themed rugs, cushion covers or bedsheets.
Black and white patterns, prints and décor accessories were spotted in Paris, Madrid and Lisbon as forthcoming trends for 2018. There is a wide array of décor products that can be used to incorporate this trend in your home, from cushion covers and rugs to dinnerware and serve-ware.
Striking and energy-evoking red hues are going to be big in 2018. Since neutrals dominate the overall colour palette of a space, red elements offer a great way of breaking the monotony and adding an element of eye-catching interest in a space. Red sculptures are a great way of incorporating this trend.
A carry on from 2017, millennial pink is the talk of the town, not only in fashion circles, but also in the interior design world. Interior designers and architects are crushing hard on this dreamy romantic colour. Different from the girlish vibrant pink, this muted colour has a soothing and calming effect. Follow this Pinterest board to explore ways in which you can incorporate this trend in your home in different and creative ways.
Plant wonder walls, planters and terrariums are in vogue across the globe. The great thing about this trend is that it will help you add a touch of nature, and in our pollution-infested cities, bring some fresh air back into our homes. In fact, check out this quick guide for ten plants you can use to improve indoor air quality.