Home interior trends are starting to take a new shape. While some of the older trends are sticking around, there are a number of new and upcoming trends to look out for. If you’re thinking about redecorating your home this year or just want to stay ahead of the curve, read on for some inspiration!
1. Textured Fabrics
Use more natural textures like linen, wool, and cotton to create a comfortable and relaxing environment. Colors are also going to be shifting towards the warmer end of the spectrum with natural wood tones and earth-based hues. They can add a bit of personality and warmth to any room, and they’re perfect for seasons such as Autumn and Winter. Textured fabric can add interest and depth to any space, and they’re perfect for creating an inviting atmosphere.
2. Multifunctional Spaces
Multifunctional spaces or rooms that can serve more than one purpose will continue to be the norm according to Forbes Home. Make use of some space in your home more efficiently and effectively. Whether it is a place to work from home, a spot to host guests, or simply a more functional living space, single-use spaces will become a thing of the past and multifunctional spaces will continue to become a trend.
3. Vintage Furniture Pieces
Throwback styles are becoming more popular than ever. Vintage furniture is a trend that is both stylish and timeless. Authentic vintage pieces are highly sought-after in online marketplaces and physical stores. Vintage furniture pieces provide a sense of luxury and character to spaces in your home. People are looking for a more uniquely produced piece of furniture to stand out in their homes.
4. Sustainable and Natural Materials
Eco-friendly sustainable natural materials are known to be better for the environment and in the long run. Natural materials are also known to be durable for a long period of time as long as they are maintained. Natural wood and other organic materials are becoming more popular than plastic furniture and decor.
5. More Houseplants
Houseplants will never go out of style. Indoor plants are said to be natural air purifiers with calming effects that promote a healthy and zen environment in your home. Whether you choose to have an indoor plant with large leaves, colorful foliage, or a lovely succulent, having houseplants can add a touch of personality to your home and can jazz up your interior design.
6. Outdoor Living Space
Outdoor living spaces are here to stay. Whether you have a small or sprawling backyard, setting up your outdoor living area to be a more functional space will be rewarding. Turn it into a place for relaxation or a place for you, your friends, and your family to spend time together and make it into an enjoyable experience.
7. Natural Lighting
Natural light plays a big role in a home’s interior. It sets the mood and creates a more energized living space. According to SIT Award, homes with beautiful plays of light create a more alluring ambiance. Natural light is also a technique that efficiently brings sunlight to your home which also helps you conserve more energy.
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