Is your home in need of an
update this spring? The trend in home design is authenticity or the unique
design scheme that makes your home stand out from the rest! This year, we’re
going to see some unusual materials and meticulously crafted furnishings and
architecture. Let’s take a look at a few more of the trends that are going to
be popular this season below!
Open concept homes began to
become more so mainstream towards the end of the decade and are at the
forefront of trends in home design. When selecting colors for your interior
walls, make a bold selection such as black or navy with white accent walls for
contrast. Wood floors are still the best option, but instead of a lighter
washed wood, darker wood is making a statement that will give your space a
sense of warmth and comfort. Depending on your design scheme, whether it is
contemporary, mid-century, or bohemian chic – lighting fixtures set the overall
tone of your home during day and evening hours. Mixed metals are a common
choice for light fixtures inspired by industrial design combining old world
glamour with modern elegance.
Integrating unusual design
elements to create a strong visual narrative will make your home a conversation
piece. After the decision about your framework has been made, it is time to
decide about your home furnishings. Comfort is key when selecting your home
décor. Depending, if you frequently entertain in your home, make sure that your
furniture will easily adapt to your lifestyle to suit your needs. In the past,
furniture was supposed to match color-wise perfectly. Now that the rules have
changed, you can incorporate this trend without breaking tradition entirely.
Consider having a solid color sofa in your seating area with brightly colored
chairs. Or add drama to your dining table by alternating chairs according to
style or pattern.
The beginning of the decade
was a fresh start into bold and unusual design choices in home décor. Embrace
this trend and discover a new creative side of yourself – an interior