Like in fashion, interior fittings change and adapt to new trends. The different styles can help you create different moods and vibes - giving each room a purpose. But with so many trends out there, it can be hard knowing what to pick. When you plan to decorate your home in the coming year year, here are 3 decorative design trends to consider:
Use fewer, more intentional objects & keep the flow between indoors and outdoors. Photo Credit: Lekker Home
Minimal, but personal
It seems like minimalism isn’t going anywhere - but the ‘less is more’ concept is now joined with the ‘more is more’ one, both gaining prominence across fashion and home design worlds.
Once curated well, the minimalism values of clean lines, neutral tones and clutter-free homes, punctuated with a touch of bright colors or bold patterns can be the key to a stylish, eclectic design.
Warm, earthy neutrals will expand to include warmer, richer browns to accompany the greys and whites. Photo Credit: Lekker Home
The goal is to use fewer, but more intentional objects, such as timeless furniture or personal items from our travels - surrounding ourselves with meaningful belongings. It can help us create the intimate feeling of a home and at the same time keep the minimal vibe.
Cosy is the new chic
Good news for those of us who love to cosy up - the comfy fabrics will be everywhere in the new year. If 2019 was the year of luxurious grand velvet, 2020 will see our love affair with deep-pile textiles continue with the rise of heavy-weight wools, bouclé, shearling, imperfect leather, and soft textured mohair, taking these fabrics from autumn/winter to year-round staples.
Layer or mix matching different textiles & patterns to create a cosy look and feel. Photo Credit: Casa Cook Hotels
To give your house a cosy look inspired by nature seems to be the common goal these days. You can achieve the feel of cosiness by pairing old and new by mixing contemporary & ethnic design pieces and by layering or mix matching different textiles, patterns or decor items. In trends to decorate homes we will see materials such as wood and an abundance of plants to keep the flow between indoors and outdoors with a luscious, jungle-like vibe, creating a relaxing ambiance.
In the mood for nude
For the past few years, grey has dominated the neutral interiors palette. Being a neutral color covers a wide range of combinations and styles that in the next year will be bolder when combined with vibrant colors. But the latest interiors trend is barely there, warm, earthy neutrals and the ‘neutral palette’ will expand to include warmer, richer browns, camels and cognacs that go beautifully with greys and whites. friendlier tones of oatmeal and stonewashed linen will be joining alongside pink, that has already been present for several seasons in interior decoration and that we will continue to see it the next year.
Another strong color that is also here to stay is terracotta - a shade between orange and brown and one of the trendiest colors for interiors in the past year.
Aim for the Boho- Chic look if you want your home to feel cosy and full of life & culture. Fabhub photoshoot in Finland
You can aim for the Boho- Chic look if you want your home to feel cosy, full of life, culture, and interesting items from all over the world. The modern boho-chic look is eclectic with an emphasis on ethnic and vintage pieces dosed with small color accents to warm up any room with style.
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