Try mixing things up a bit; don’t consider it a clash but a fusion. Whether you achieve this fusion by introducing modern furniture into your well-established home or by purposefully teaming shiny new with worn pieces, it’s sure to create the effect you want.
Whether it’s wood, stone, metal or marble reclaimed materials are sure to be a big hit this year. With an air of shabby chic reclaimed wood and metal, transformed into functional, impact furniture, are growing in popularity.
With a similar pre-loved ait as the previous point, upcycling is ever-increasing in popularity. Upcycling allows worn or unwanted items and materials to be refashioned into something sparkly and new. There are thousands of upcycling ideas out there, have a look and get crafting!
A brilliant way to make an impact within your home is through feature colour. Take the blank canvas of your white living room and project some pink into the mix! Alternatively, transform your mint bedroom with a pair of mustard yellow curtains! However you utilise this trend it’s sure to create an excellent effect.
Interior design is focussing on the idea of bringing the outdoors in; whether this is by physically bringing plants into the home or by introducing floral patterns. This trend is great as it can be as bold or as subtle as you like, it’s completely up to you!
Alternately to the previous two points is the introduction of bold prints into a room. Whichever print you prefer – from chevrons and polka dots to abstract designs – they are sure to make a huge impact on any room. From patterned wallpaper to colourful roller blinds the bold prints are just waiting to burst out!
From bare brick walls to bold wooden beams, these natural elements can create a big statement. As opposed to bold prints and patterns, these raw elements provide a great effect without being too fussy, perfect for the laid back home.
Why not introduce an industrial, metallic element into your decor? From chrome to gold, bronze to steel, interiors everywhere are experimenting with metals. No matter what your tasted include you’re sure to be able to incorporate this trend into your home.
Trust the tried and tested trends of the past! Whether you’re into the furniture of the 1950s or have a taste for bold, 1970s prints there’s sure to be a retro element out there to suit every home. This trend can be integrated into any aspect of your room, from your furniture to your pleated blinds, bring the retro to your home!
Finally, don’t forget to allow your home decor to be personal and fitting to you, your family and your lifestyle. Whether this involves artwork, photographs or collections of mementos make sure that your personality shines through whichever trend you choose.