Published: 30/01/2018 By Bianca KeatingWith the New Year comes new trends and new style predictions for 2018. Will your interior design be influenced by the trends of various commentators? We have rounded up some tips for home design fashions and will be bringing them to you via our blog weekly. Almost everyone agrees white is out and patterns, colours and textiles are all, very much in. Have a read below to see the overall trends according to Vogue, Pinterest and Houzz.co.uk.
So according to Vogue interiors it is the return of chintz with florals and bright colours most definitely in! Out go greys, beige and white and in come the bright eye catching colours such as greens, yellows and tropical prints as well as cotton velvets especially on sofas and chairs. The kitchen becomes darker and moodier. With regards to ornaments handmade ceramics are making a comeback and as for lighting throughout the house oversized pendants are favoured opposed to chandeliers.
Pintrest research suggests Sage coloured walls are in, as well as statement ceilings which may include wallpapering the ceilings or adding striking colours/ textures. Oversized art is also a key trend of 2018.
Houzz.co.uk has also said florals are to make a comeback as well as wallpaper that gives a tile effect. Bold, rich coloured sofas, mixed metals textures and sheens are in but for the bedrooms it is the opposite with colours being calm and casual the order of the day.
If you have enjoyed reading our blog about interior designs then you’re in luck as we have segments focused on Kitchens, Bathrooms and the Garden to follow
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