With a new year, comes new design trends for your home. Although you might not want to totally redecorate your new home, you can easily incorporate some of these fun new trends into your current home design. Check out the seven home décor trends below to see how you can incorporate them into your home!
Get flashy by introducing metallic décor into your home design. Brass is back in full swing and is the perfect accent for a bathroom or kitchen. However, when working with metallic make sure it’s not too shiny! Metallic elements look best either unlacquered, rubbed, or antiqued. Also, don’t be afraid to mix metals as well. Everything doesn’t have to match perfectly in home design anymore.
Geometrics are making their way into home décor and are here to stay. Whether is the use of a geometric pattern or an upscale ornamentation, you can really bring a room to life with bold geometric shapes.
Integrating bold colors in your home design will be a key trend in 2018. However, if you don’t feel comfortable painting with bold colors, you don’t have to worry. You can still stick to neutrals when you paint. Instead, incorporate the trendy, bold colors into your furniture or accent pieces. Some hot colors are royal blue, mustard yellow, orange, and ruby red. Don’t forget to check out Pantone’s color of the year either, which is sure to be used all year long.
Forget about the nightmares of wallpaper past. The new trend with wallpaper is much fresher and less fussy. Go with bold colors or geometric patterns to really capture the trend and make a statement. Also, don’t be afraid to add wallpaper in places you normally wouldn’t. Treat the bathroom or kitchen backsplash with wallpaper and you’re sure to make a statement.
Wood or Natural Materials
Bring warmth into your home design with the use of wood. However, don’t go overboard. Everything in the room shouldn’t be wood. Instead use wood as an accent and use it sparingly.
Suede and Velvet Fabric
These fabrics are making a come back in 2018 home décor trends. Use it sparingly on upholstered furniture or throw pillows to add some much needed texture and color to any room.
Books as Décor
Books aren’t just for reading anymore. Let your inner bookworm out and decorate your shelves with books. From vintage books to modern best sellers fill though shelves with a bunch of books that vary in size, shape, and color.