With each passing year, the trends in interior design are meant to change for good. Having said that, it’s wise to consider and reconsider upgrades in an around your house which shall help facilitate you keep up with changing facade and also impart a fresh lease of life to your living spaces. Take last year for instance where we witnessed a rising demand for rose gold colour and subway tiles from a large number of clients wanting to revamp their inner decor. From classic to urban, all sorts of theme and patterns come into play each year. While it’s highly impossible to keep up with changing trends at the most, it’s still worthwhile to consider certain changing elements and inculcate the same to your house to make an impact right away. Here’s a look at some of the upcoming trends in inner decor for your residence.
Similar to customised pieces, a lot of interior decor experts have witnessed a steady liking for lighting and that a majority of people are being partial towards getting fixtures from local artists with an aim to give a new look to their interiors. The idea is rooted in the power of personalization and the inclusion of natural elements give a whole new feeling to the setup. Vintage lights have made a strong comeback this year in the shape of sconces and pendants mostly accentuated in copper and brass, so as to heathen the impact. In all probability, 2019 will end as a year where trending designs came along to influence otherwise existing formats and instead of replacing them, worked in unison for good.
Use of natural elements
Taking a break from decor elements that are inspired by technology, which did rule the roost back in 2018, the market has entrusted natural elements in 2019 which is slowly gaining widespread popularity. Working on the same line, materials like stone, granite, copper came into play in delivering a wholesome serene experience, things that helped people relate with when designing their home.
Once looked upon as fluffy and oddly fashionable, velvet is back in vogue as a comforting element that also finds its way to influence inner decor designs. Thus,velvet has found its way to influence significant elementsof inner decor, mostly furnishings where the multifacetedfabric garnered in a string of positive responses.
Flowery patterns have been influencing the ambit of inner decor since time immemorial. However, in the last few years, the pattern has been revolutionised. In other words, the pattern has been received in a new light after all where decorators and design experts are looking to explore with playful proportions, colours in contrast and invariable proportions. As such, it has been able to successfully impart a refreshing look, something that won’t go out of vogue soon.
Cooper inspired accents
Like we said earlier, 2018 saw Rose Gold as the most preferred colour in redefining accent inspired design. Reportedly, this year, designers and inner decor experts are looking at copper accents to rule the market as orders come pouring in besides other metal inspired finishes. Inarguably, the inclusion of copper across the length and breadth of your inner designing imparts much needed fresh air of lease which can uplift the very look of an entire room. However, it is always recommended that you recheck your metal inspired fittings before you take the final call.
Use of rich colour
Muted colours have been known to influence the very course of inner decor while allowing one to create subtle designs. However, 2019 is going to be a changed scenario where design experts are looking to experiment with bolder, richer colours which in turn can make your walls and furniture look anew and stand out luring one and all eyeballs. This season red in its most dramatic form, lush green, golden yellow, pink are in vogue and is slotted to make your walls stand out in the best manner possible.
2019 is another year where people are in the mood to bid adieu to chrome and stainless steel along with nickel as brass takes on their place. Being a naturally warm metal, it serves to be a great companion if you plan on using it alongside steel to add elegance to even simpler places whatsoever.
Working with black and white
Black and white is a timeless classic and has always found a way back to furnishings and this year too it didn’t fail to go out of vogue. Both black and white working in liaison offers semblance and clarity to the overall layout of an inner space when used effectively across furnishings. There are countless designs hatched in black and white which can pretty much inspire one to pick on the traits for oneself.
Shades of Pink
2018 saw shades of pink enjoying a massive success and it continues to do so in this year as well. From home decor to fashion, hues of pink have made a foray into almost every facet possible, in the shape of fabrications and accents along with wall coverings which have become the forefront of inner decor elements in quite a big way.
Speaking of warmer tones which have kind of replaced cooler hues like green and blues, Red in its most fiery as well as dramatic shadehave made a strong impact in interior design and by all means is the colour of the this year. As a matter of fact, tonal reds have come a long way in offering a fine compliment to deliver the warmth that is needed to make a living space look engaging and invigorating to the core.
Patterns of geometry
Akin to brass and floral patterns, geometric patterns have inspired interior decoration for a long time. Till date, it continues to do so adding a dramatic feel to your living spaces. Geometric patterns in 2019 have shown oversized presence across walls and floors in tandem to leave a lasting impact.