2018 interior design trends June 16, 2018 – Posted in: DESIGNERS & INSPIRATIONS, INTERIORS & DÉCOR, Uncategorized – Tags: color, Interior Design, kitchens, lighting, neutral tones, sofa, Trends
This article is about the trends for interior design in this new year (2018) that we predict for this area
1. More colors in the kitchen
Even though white will be always the classic color for kitchens, that fact can lead to weariness of owners with white kitchens and the search for alternatives.In that scenarium, it is predictable that neutral colors like gray or even perhaps blue, can be a valid option for the color of the kitchens.
2. Sofas with personality
Unlike previous fashions, the sofa has everything to return to be the highlight of your living room, by the color by the standard full of movement. Asymmetrical shapes, curved lines and colossal volumetries make this piece one of the stars of the year.
3. Vintage Lighting
Vintage light fixtures, including lanterns, and chandeliers, are making a comeback as crafty home do-it-yourselves outfit retro fixtures with new technology.
4. Calm modern bedrooms
Homeowners are running with the “less is more” notion in the master bedroom and opting for more modern and minimalist furnishings. Instead of bold and busy colors, soothing, neutral color palettes are expected to reign supreme, along with soft fabrics and simple furniture pieces.
5. Metallic Accents
The addition of luxury metallic touches is not new, but the big difference this year is the choice of metallic finish – think less copper and rose gold, more brass! Brass is the most sophisticated and organic of the metallic color palette.
6. Natural Elements
In the year of 2018, materials like stone, copper and granite will help bring an organic ambience to any space in the house reflecting the world around your home.
7. Bold Colors
Pops of intense hues will be making life at home more colorful. In the year of 2018 will be about anything but neutral tones. Things are moving in a bold direction. Reds, strong blues and vibrant greens.
It seems that people are starting to get tired of neutral tones.
You can either go big with statement furniture or use these shades throughout your accessories. Rugs, throw pillows and blankets are a great way to get in on the trend without feeling overly committed.