Whether you’re looking to fill up your design book to have inspirations for your future projects or are readying a plan to update existing looks of your home, knowing the key trends for this season will help you be in the loop and prevent you from creating a design mismatch.
Colour blocks, large-scale florals, monochrome black and handcrafted homewares will dominate this 2018, offering a variety of style to cater for the different tastes and vibes people will want to go for. Here are the exciting trends to look out for this Autumn and Winter seasons.
This shade of violet is usually incorporated with wood furniture as it can give the room a dramatic effect. It is often used as a colour of an accent wall, sofa or beddings. Varying use of greens also gives a dramatic effect and can be used with violet-it’s about being bold and not being afraid of making a statement.
Professional designers opt for open shelving because it provides an airy and wider space impression, especially to small spaces.
This beautiful shade of pink is now the new nude. It can balance the dark coloured furniture of your home whilst still giving you that light and modern feel.
Furniture designers take inspiration from the shape of plants, flowers and animals which can give you a comfortable ambience and help with your meditation as it is relaxing to see.
Often described as ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ aesthetic, this kind of interior trend is popular among people who prefer natural and rustic objects in their home. It also shows appreciation to local and indigenous industries because the materials used for these kinds of furniture are mostly recycled. Incorporate new and old, freestanding and fitted- if using colour makes you nervous then introduce these using cushions, throws, coloured glass. One piece of furniture… the options are endless.
No matter what the size is, whether it is synthetic or natural, plants can give your home a positive and neutral feel. You can also place or hang them anywhere around the house for the purpose of an enhanced aesthetic appeal. Plants are a great source bringing life to your home.
Combining complementary colours will add life to your space. Incorporate splashes of colour on your accent furniture and utensils or even create a huge wall art, providing a great impact on the overall look of your home.
Integrating metals as your home accents will give your property a classy and sophisticated interior. You can pick gold, rose gold and brass as colours of your frames, chandeliers and shelves. You can even go as far as a dividing wall in a kitchen or bathroom.
Here at Jane Thompson Interior Styling, we believe that your home is your sanctuary which is why we continue to offer design services that perfectly fit your style, your personality and your specific needs. For more information, feel free to get in touch with us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.