Even if the new year has already started, fairs and experts have already foreseen the new design and furniture trends for 2018.
If you have just moved, or if you want to renew your interns look, you must know the new furniture and design trends. Today we will explore some of the latest news for this year: take inspiration from them and use all your creativity!
Industrial chic style
Once again, the industrial chic style is trending: green light to exposed bricks, to the massive use of wood, cement, iron and old furniture, all in a minimal chic way.
The industrial chic style was born in the United States during the Fifties, with the aim of recovering disused spaces, such as old factories and industrial sheds. This type of decor is perfect for ample and bright spaces, like for example lofts and open spaces.
Lagom is a Swedish word meaning “just the right amount”. This word has generated a real life style, which represents the recipe for happiness: to live a simple life, without excesses, and enjoying every little thing.
This philosophy is also popular within the intern furniture field, becoming a typical nordic style, which aims at hospitality: relaxing rooms, naturals materials, soft colours, simple and essential furniture, with a particular attention on what is strictly necessary to feel good.
During the winter season take advantage of the elegance of velvet to decorate and warm up your house: sofas, armchairs, chairs, but also bedcovers and decorative curtains will become elegant and they will make your rooms more comfortable.
Wallpaper, for long time abandoned in house drawers, is once again popular as a decorative element.
You can choose classic or eccentric patterns, or baroque and floral motives: you will add character and originality to all your rooms, from the bedroom, to the living room, but also in the bathroom and in the kitchen.
Verde in casa
Even if it’s not a 2018 innovation (we have already talked about it here), the green trend is still popular. The use of green is in facto one of the best ways to decorate your house: let plants and flowers enter your house, especially if you live in the city.
The coloured cement tiles were very popular at the end of the Nineteenth century. Now, thanks to their versatility, they are back again: use them with creativity, creating contrasts.
Now you just have to take action and give your house a touch of creativity!