Last Updated on March 21, 2022 by Kravelv
In 2016, the trends in terms of interior décor were all about Scandinavian-inspired interiors, pastels, and woven walls hangings. These are still highly preferred, but for 2017 things are taking a turn. Bold new hues are stealing the scene, so if you’re looking to refresh your home’s allure, the following design trends might just inspire you to think outside the box.
Throw pillows and patterned cushions in bold combos are in high demand this season. The bolder the blend, the better – bright turquoise and zig-zag black striped, or fuchsia and yellow accents are ideas you should definitely consider for the living area. We want our living rooms to exude freshness, so it’s very important to make the space feel alive.
This is particularly important if you have an all-nude living room. Beige is a great color, but in a single tone it’s boring. Accessorizing with comfortable cushions and pillow is a great way to revamp the style without changing everything or spending a lot of money of lavish décor pieces.
Green hues for an added touch of freshness
Green is this spring’s hottest color in home décor. It’s fresh and it adds a touch of sheer elegance in any space. Use it wisely! If you don’t want the green to be on your walls or furniture, you can use it to accessories. Consider adding potted plants into your home. Decide on big, leafy varieties that can fill up a space and make it vivid and fresh.
If you’re an avid reader, you should decorate your reading nook with as many plants as possible. This way you’ll have a flawless area of the home where you can just relax and enjoy every day after work. When it comes to interior décor, it doesn’t really matter what the trends are; what matters is that you feel comfortable the moment you walk into a room, whether it’s a bedroom, living room, kitchen or bathroom.
Most interior design trends take cue from the world’s fashion runways, and this 2017 we’ve seen designers keep a close eye on tropical prints and combos. Incorporate the ideas into your home décor, and focus on tropic prints on the walls, rugs, and linens. You really don’t have to go overboard. A nice, colorful painting on a wall, a beautiful tropical-inspired rug, of bright throw pillows might just be what you need to make your home pop. Vivid colors pallets work best in monochromatic decors. If you get bored, you can also change the décor and add in new color combos to keep things interesting.
All eyes on texture
Adding more textured materials and fabrics into your home can have a more impactful allure than changing the colors completely. The mere idea of blending different materials spices things up, and make your place seem modern, innovative, and incredibly fun. When decorating a home, texture can be incorporated in many different ways. From light fixtures and tables with brass accents all the way to wallpaper and fabrics, the key elements is to think outside the box and go with the flow.
Accessorizing a home doesn’t have to be expensive. To make your private space have an inviting, comforting vibe all you need is to get inspired and put your imagination to good use. Invest in a simple glass coffee table, and adorn it with flowers and candles. Change the color of your couch and armchairs by covering them with textured cotton blankets in the most beautiful and alluring hues. Place mirrors all over the hallway, living room and bedroom to create the illusion of more space, and don’t forget about curtains and shades. The best tones are neutrals because they can be easily combined with brighter tones.
There are so many ideas you can use to decorate your home in the most original way. The key element is to select a color palette that appeals to your senses. For the bedroom, quality elements should prevail. Organic cotton sheets are the best. They’ll help you sleep better while at the same time making the space feel and breathe sheer comfort. Bottom line is, it’s definitely a good idea to keep an eye on the trends. But it’s equally important to add a personal touch when decorating to make your home match with your sense of style.