With each passing year, interior design trends evolve. Trends from last year begin changing and adapting to new styles, creating something entirely unique and perfect for creating an up to date atmosphere. To keep on the up and up of interior design trends, it pays to learn what is in, what is out, and what is evolving into something new. Our Styling Services are a great way to stay on top of the latest in interior design trends, without needing to worry about what fits and what could fit better.
Rather than starting with the “Ins”, it may benefit to start with the outs. While the out list can still be incorporated into today’s trends, they’re those trends that are growing less and less popular as they evolve into something much different.
The first out is the all-white colour palette. While it’s a staple for most minimalist spaces, even these are leaving all-white out in favour of monochromatic designs or certain strategically placed pops of colour. While there is no doubt that entirely white spaces look fresh and clean, they often leave homeowners yearning for a touch of warmth or colour-based personality touches.
Single metal spaces is another trend that is making its way out. 2018 is all about mixed metals, so spaces done entirely with matching copper, brass, or iron décor is losing a lot of personality. This is the type of evolutionary style that can mesh right in with new trends simply by mixing up the metals being used. For instance, if you are using quite a bit of brass in your space, soften it up with a piece like the Tribecca Geometric Pendant in Chrome, with some sizes having AfterPay eligibility.
With the outs out of the way, it’s time to focus on the ins. One huge in for 2018 is the new neutral, and rather than tans, taupes, and browns, the new neutrals consist of rusty reds, pinks, and even greys paired with leathers and dark moody décor pieces. A delicate earthy pink on the walls makes dramatic pieces like the Scandinavian Melrose Armchair in black stand out within a space’s interior design particularly well.
Another huge in is the statement bathroom, with luxury creating a person’s own personal oasis with home design. One part of this trend that is particularly stand-out is the incorporation of cushy armchairs in large bathroom spaces, like our AfterPay eligible and spa-inspiration friendly Messina Chair.