Colors: Millennial pink, dark green, terracotta
Dark green is the runner-up when it comes to the colors trends of the season. Especially suitable for the bedroom, the rich green gives a calming and cozy touch to the relaxation area. Besides, it nicely matches and accentuates any plants present in the room. The color is mostly used as a major accent, reflected either in the wallpapers, paint or large furniture.
Terracotta is the new player on the market that aims to replace the cold and monochrome patterns so popular nowadays. The warm color, often with a matte finish, looks great on tiles and wall cladding, which might be a good idea if it’s high time to give a new touch to your bathroom.
Patters: terrazzo, dark marble, geometry
Another way to decorate kitchen is to refer to dark marble: this solution will be suitable for those whose kitchen is well-illuminated during the day. The colors range from all-black to green and brown. The bench edges can be left structured and cut or rounded to give a more subtle touch.
Finally, while the main accents of the living room may stay pattern-free, large geometrical prints in decor style can help to make it look more interesting. Cushions and printed posters are one of the best solutions in this case — when it becomes too tiring, you can simply put it away or change for something else.
Another idea to incorporate cork is to go all the way — wall covering works not only as a board but also a decent noise isolation. Wicker can be used in furniture, like the iconic wicker chairs that add a rustic vibe to the room, or in décor — consider purchasing wicker baskets and placing your flowerpots in them. The baskets also work nicely for practical purposes like storing laundry.
Another style that was resurrected by interior designers is Mid-century modern. The elements of this style can be often found in Scandinavian brands like IKEA. Opposed to the clear lines of the 1920s, Mid-century has more curved forms. It’s reflected in one of the iconic symbols of the era — a tulip chair.
New Nordic Style
To talk about the interior design that will be a trend in 2018-2019, New Nordic is definitely one of the recurring ones. Often called a "matured Scandinavian style", New Nordic drops all stereotypical imagery of the cliché Scandinavian interior - monochrome, lack of interior decor and cold palette.
Instead, designers and trendsetters bring in what really is the essence of home interior in Scandinavian countries - functional style with bright elements and smart materials to make the living space as cozy as possible. Think of pale oak floorboards, furniture with sleek, clear lines, dark grey linen sheets in bedrooms and bringing warmth in accents. The latter can be easily done if you follow the hygge principles - think what personally makes you comfortable and gives the 'feeling of home', be it a pile of blankets or an array of candles.
Luxe Revival Style
While the term Luxe Revival isn't as spread in Pinterest and other sites with interior ideas, the elements of this style have been steadily popping up these last years in numerous interior guides. The current trend is a nod to 1930s sophistication and elegance, when luxury was achieved in subtle details.
The three pillars of Luxe Revival are gold, brass and marble. You can incorporate these trends in decor like mirrors and vases or go big-time, giving a bathroom a new look with marble floors and countertops. The typical geometrical Art Deco patterns suit the style as well. As for the materials for furniture, velvet and faux fur are the base combination.
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