Every year design professionals flock to learn about new decor trends, color forecasts, new materials and more, and the 2018 trends have the hottest interior design ideas you might imagine. So, what can you expect within the next year? Well, the forecast may shock you! And fair warning, this post is long because we have a lot of photos to share with you!
The first of the hottest interior design trends for 2018 is that beige and brown are back!! If you never got around to embracing the grey trend, well guess what? You’re back in!
Warm neutrals, gold, browns, and organics
It appears that the color trend is coming to a soft close. The color was almost completely devoid and neutrals reined supreme, as a direct reflection of the current political climate.
Blue living room with a sliding bronze-finished screen, designed by Yabu Pushelberg, make the room unexpectedly luxurious.
London-based design team Todhunter Earle designed a living room that is more of a mix between the classic English interior.
Be bold and use bright colors like this luxurious Living room design by David Collins Studio.
Alex Rodriguez’s art-filled Florida with a royal bold blue living room designed by interior decorator Briggs Edward Solomon.
Kelly Wearstler designed a mirrored living room. As always the LA designer created a modern and eclectic space.
Beautiful seating room, neutral with a pop of blue color by top interior designer Gerard Faivre.
Interior designer Peter Mikic has renovated a forgotten Notting Hill townhouse, transforming it into his very own luxury home with a stunning living room design.
Interiors Design by Brown Davis. “Comfort is the greatest luxury” like we can see in this oceanfront living room.
An apartment in Geneva by Charles Zana. see how the design center tables add a modernity flavor into this room.
The Brazilian designer created a fun and refreshing version of a modern living room.
Whenever it’s an election year it always creates a seismic shift in the decor and fashion industries. More than ever, consumers will start to crave the warmth of deeper color palettes and warmer woods along with the feeling of bringing the serenity of nature indoors. Everybody wants calm. Many consumers are not feeling attracted to bright, cool colors mainly because that doesn’t reflect their mood. They are craving a nest that brings understanding, friendliness, and closeness. Stay tuned, because 2018 trends just might shock us all!