Top 10 Home Design Trends for 2018
Each year brings new home design trends, whether it’s exposed brick, rose gold or the long-forgotten days of sponge-walls and bean bag chairs. In 2018 we’re seeing bold, clean and modern trends. Keep these décor trends in mind as you begin a room refresh this year.
With warmer tones than traditional stainless steel or brushed silver, brass accents and decor add classic elegance to any room.
Incorporating simple baskets to your rooms adds glamour and international aesthetic. Woven texture is also a welcoming and inviting touch.
Bland walls? Geometric patterns add dimension and depth to your room and make an excellent focal point to center your design.
Black and white decor
A timeless color scheme, black and white decor adds balance and contrast to your rooms. Looking for a bold look? The contrast of black and white does precisely that and can be just as effective as more striking colors.
Traditionally velvet couches are synonymous with opulence and old-world luxury. But, thanks to new more resilient fabrics, velvet is making a comeback with its low-maintenance and stain-resistant qualities.
From an upholstered couch covered in large flowers to wallpaper splashed in peonies, floral patterns are not going away. It’s the contemporary take on the stuffy and dated patterns in your grandparents’ home.
Natural and organic elements
Stone, concrete, granite and wood add a fresh and inviting look to any room. These natural elements make your room feel slightly raw and clean, while retaining a polished appearance.
Organized closets are always in, but each year brings new modules to maximize your closet space and make switching out that bag or storing those extra ties even easier for the modern person that is constantly switching accessories.
These vintage sinks seems to be in every new and trendy hotel and restaurant. Bucket sinks, also called Trough sinks, are farmhouse-chic with a touch of industrial, adding balance to your bathroom.
Dark, rich walls
Sick of those clean whitewashed walls? You’re in luck because bold dark walls are popping up everywhere. These walls are the renaissance of retro glamour, but with modern color palettes.