Some things are here to stay, others are just a trend, but nonetheless it is good to know how to improve your home decor according to the evolution of design trends. Today Home Décor Ideas will give you some tips on what are the trends 2018 that you must follow for sure!
They say everything comes back in style and stained glass is proof. It has been used for centuries mostly on churches, but nowadays due to its colourful technique it can be used on lamps, paperweights, and many more things on your home decor.
Know that cabin in the woods with a romantic fireplace and the nicest and most rustic decorations where you want to go with your soul mate and share the cheesiest moments? Well, make it yours, except it is not in the woods and probably not so dreamy and relaxing, but still, if you use natural wood and dark wooden finishes on your interior design, I promise you will feel like you are in a spiritual retreat.
Hipster and vintage décor is really trendy nowadays! It is like we walked a really long path, then forgot about the good stuff and ran back a few decades to recover it! Use old Pyrex dishes, opaque milk glass, textured Depression glass and carnival glass. These retro designs add a whimsical touch to any home interior.
Nothing screams fall like curling up in a cozy blanket with a hot drink. However, that wouldn’t be fun if you were seated in a vulgar plastic chair, would it? That’s why creative beanbags and accent chairs are having a serious moment.
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“Removable wallpaper” is the best way to keep trendy and not invest on a permanent design! Choose something with a nice colourful pattern that you feel passionate about!
Hanging a wreath on your front door as the cool weather swoops in isn’t a new concept, but look for modern designs that prove wreaths don’t have to be round or fully covered with greenery.
This is a very recent trend, just starting to find its strength, but we truly believe it will be the trend this year and part of your decoration ideas! It’s an ancient Japanese worldview that’s centered on impermanence and imperfection. For the home, this means having an emphasis on organic materials that are imperfect, but natural, resulting in handmade ceramics, wrinkled linen sheets and wood with uneven grains.
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