Décor Trends That Are Going to Be Hot in 2018
The New Year is the best time to get the old out and be in with something new. Let’s start with the interiors. Here’s what will be hot and trendy in 2018...
Lavender is the new millennial pink. That doesn’t mean pink is out; it has just morphed into lilac and lavender. It can be used with accents that are deeper to bring out soft, beautiful tones. Shades of olive green and chartreuse are going to come back in a big way. For cozy homes they are the best as they give a soft appeal.
High Contract Palettes
Muted greens teamed with white will be hot in 2018. White will balance any bold colours so it doesn’t feel overwhelming and will render a timeless appeal.
Circles are the new triangle, predict interior designers. The focus will be on hard geometric to give character to any room. It will be used abundantly on wallpapers and accent pillows.
Tone on tone
It feels more interesting when walls and furniture are of the same colour. Paint your dresser or mirror frames or tables in the same colour as that of the walls if you want this look.
Silver has had its day. Golden brass tones will be hot in 2018. They are subtle and look warm when used in your bathroom sink. It will also give a luxurious look to the interiors unlike stainless steel.
The last few years saw large format tiles becoming quite popular. 2018 will saw a shift towards subway tiles for new constructions as well as for renovations as it is a safer choice. Apart from their aesthetic appeal there are also functional as they are easier to maintain and install.
We saw velvet making a huge comeback on the fashion scene. The trend will reflect in interiors as well. Greys as well as deep blues will be popular. However, trend forecasters predict that velvet craze won’t last long.
Bold patternsBig beautiful florals will be abundantly used and will be apt to create a more casual vibe.
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