Here we are in a brand new year, and there are several interior design trends that will make a dent for the next 12 months and beyond. If you are thinking of sprucing things up in your home, here are some trends for you to consider if you want to keep your home stylish and fresh.
Gone are the days of tiny bonsai trees. Big and bold is the new name of the game. That might mean a dragon tree, or even a palm tree inside your home. They draw the eye, create conversation, and add a bit of nature to any indoor space. Blending plants into your interior decor can be tricky, but the trend is to go big with plants this year.
No More White Ceilings
It’s time to add some color and pop to a spot that traditionally doesn’t have any. The ceiling does not have to be white, and many homeowners are painting their ceilings to create some pizzazz. It can also make a space feel more cozy and intimate.
Functionality has become a big part of interior design in recent years, so having furniture that can perform more than one function is very popular. Murphy beds are a great option to add some sleeping space while also maintaining the amount of useable space in your home. This can also work for the rooms themselves. You can double-up a guest room with your home office, for instance.
Bold colors are all the rage in home decor, and with good reason. They help create balance between other calmer shades, like white or gray. It is a good idea to use your bold colors to draw the eye to accent pieces, so as not to overwhelm the view with boldness.
Considering redecorating or renovating your home? Keep these trends in mind when you are planning your new space.