If you want to get to know the key Architecture and Interior Design Trends, read on. We asked the experts to share their predictions about what’s going on and what’s coming out. Your answers might surprise you.
The neutrals are off and the bright colors are back. Image: Taylor + Taylor
“Going to be something other than neutral tones, things are going in a bold direction, especially red, rich blues and vibrant greens, people are tired of having neutral, sometimes boring, palettes – Rainey Richardson, Rainey Richardson Interiors
This is officially your incentive to expand the boundaries of pattern and color. Although neutral tones should still be part of your design, we see until 2030 that they take up much more space in the background. You can either come up with statement furniture or use these colors in your accessories. Carpets, pillows and blankets are a great way to keep up with the trend without feeling too much.
Use vintage accessories as a conversation item. Image: Rigby & Mac
“Organize old and old accessories and art to tell a story, whether at home or in a hotel, the mix of found objects, books and artwork in your room creates a unique and personal experience. from social networks to eBay, antique dealers and even craigslist! – Kellie Sirna, Studio 11 Design
The design should be anything but boring. We love the idea of ??this trend of vintage accessories because you can give your creations a special something, an integrated centerpiece and a possible focus. We recommend that you do some research to find out what design time you are most comfortable with using these types of accessories and use them as inspiration.
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Darker devices celebrate their comeback. Image: Brio interior design
Darker and mixed surfaces
“Brass is making a comeback, surpassing the ubiquitous red gold.” – Sarah Hullinger, Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA)
“I see a constant fondness for mixing metal surfaces in all areas, from furniture to kitchens and bathrooms to lights, cabinet fittings and accessories – copper, bronze, brass, satin brass, gold and black-nickel are now working together and are interchangeable. “- Juliet Gold, Juliet Gold Design
We have already talked about how to mix metals. If you want to go this way, remember to choose one dominant metal for the piece and use the others as accents. Also, make sure that the surfaces of each type of metal are matched to make them more visually approximate.
Wood plank flooring
The wooden floor becomes wider and longer. Image: granite architecture + interior
Wood with wide planks
“While the popularity of larger boards is increasing, while homeowners are swapping conventional widths for larger planks, 5-inch planks are the new classic, with the wider planks returning to a more rustic or vintage look, and the trend heading for random-width installations – Sara Babinski of Armstrong Flooring
The wider planks are the perfect choice for those who prefer rustic or industrial aesthetics. They have the means to give the piece a sense of history and a charm that is rarely found in more elaborate looks. Although the wood is probably fairly neutral, the wide planks give the room a subtle visual impression.
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About creating spaces that feel ambitious. Image: Interior Marie Flanigan
“I think we’re going to design spaces based on what people want to feel, and people at home have taken the pressure to impress their friends, they do not want a generic house, like a magazine People are ready to clearly understand how they want to feel at home – and they will make design decisions, whether “relaxed”, “stimulated”, “intimate” or “professional” – spaces have the power to make us feel What we want in our lives Annie Kip, Annie Kip STYLE + DESIGN
With this trend we see an even stronger emphasis on design freedom. Rather than relying on predetermined conventions or rules for a particular aesthetic, you really have the opportunity to create a unique space that fits your personality and your goals. How cool is that?
Get ready to multiply these trends. Image: De Meza + Architecture
Every year the landscape changes with design is no different. Fortunately, we can always rely on professionals to tell us what to expect. The above trends are the ones we have heard many times before. Keep your eyes open and we guarantee that you will appear before you even notice.
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Fast-food restaurant design is not made for Hong Kong-designer Danny Chan, the interior of the former chief executive Steve Leung Designers Ltd and John Chan Danny Chan Design Ltd. in question has contributed to the re-branding of fashion and fashion Maxim Fast Food and designed many franchise opportunities in the Fairwood and now Chan is the director of his own design beige entrepreneurial pursuit. Responsible for the design of a branch of Fairwood Circle Cafe in the mall at the City Gate Tong Chong, conveniently at the end of the “fast track” area, is the fast-food restaurant for a refreshing ball design and an interesting approach, where space is geometric shapes filled hexagonal! Beige design was inspired and came inside, prepared by a column in the large hexagonal plan, design, fragile and elegant with a recurring geometric space as in a chemical bond that is formed hexagonal triggered in chemistry. You can take a concept in two dimensions, the geometric form that develops in a three-dimensional perspective with internal architectural innovations and discoveries in an area of 180 square feet and no view, this approach defines interior design ultimate coherence. The hexagons make a coherent representation of the collage ideal coordination between the central theme of the room – ‘. Buddies “The concept was that the hexagonal shapes take the form of space everywhere. The original oversized hexagonal columns with mirrors covered to multiply the impact of the character who easily removed allowing the column to the oversized room. A Corian ® available for all before the column, but is designed to function specifically for luminaires bare bulbs in a metal housing hex closed however chose Chan to keep it all white and mostly stay away from color Fairwood Corporate Identity -.. orange, which dominates the other Cafes The truth is, that it is difficult path to take on the color recognition, as this may affect the company. But this approach to design shows dedicated, has to offer how fragile the final design, the influence of this system design language from the point where it begins to be revealed. With his own form of language, this shows fast-food restaurant the ultimate in privacy as possible to interior design.
Project: Fairwood – Buddies’ Café
Program: Fast food restaurant
Location: Tong Chong, Hong Kong
Owner: Fairwood Holdings Ltd.
Interior Design Firm: Beige Design Ltd
Interior Design Project Team: Danny S. Y. Chan
Contractor and Engineering: Alliance Engineering Co. Ltd
Photographer: Ulso Tsang
Images Credit: Steve Leung Designers Ltd, Ulso Tsang
Jeff Heron has a BA in commercial photography to love the University of Detroit, MI and really show his passion for architecture and design that reflects in her collection of artistic photographs. This show of pictures to admire something on the portfolio. They are perfectly astonishing, and just beyond our imagination.
The living room design of the interiors here are wonderful and no doubt it will definitely make a huge effort in making this. The fine details in each of these means is simply gorgeous. Pictures taken by Jeff are just surreal. If you are looking for ideas for your living room, while the modern interior could be the solution, please enjoy the below photos by Jeff Heron. This is excellent work done by former University of Detroit. Keep up the good work Jeff living room.
Images Credit: Jeff Heron Living Room
Beautiful Gorgeous 3D Renders Interior Designs by iceci3. The selected color is simple but the design remains consistent in color. Iceci3 not stay with one particular style and taste and see the range of 3D Renders interior design here very wide range and diversity of ideas, where adapted, could be applied to you at home, is shown. If you could be looking for ideas and designs in this site will be the starting point. Again, this is a fascinating 3D makes it seem surreal.
Today we are some beautiful designs in 3D visit of the castle and it was found by iceci3 on Flickr has. This is an extraordinary work and the techniques he used in the design of the interior. The interior is luxurious by assembly. The details are pretty amazing sets used, giving the impression that the interior seem so real. The provisions of the decoration of furniture fits with floors, walls and ceilings. Images Credit: iceci3
Hotel Madera is a luxury destination and a wonderful place to vacation. Located in the Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The exclusive suites was a project developed by the international design Lagranja study design. They have offices in Hong Kong and Barcelona and was its first project in Asia. It was completed in 2012 and was a great success.
The boutique hotel is very nice and elegant. This is a wonderful place, like an oasis. It offers luxurious and elegant design, both inside and outside. The exclusive suites are a unique addition to the hotel. There are nine of them and everyone is different and unique. It has its own character and design, but they are all so beautiful and impressive. The suites are spacious and feature decors.They modern interior has many exclusive details of decoration that are designed specifically for this project.
Hotel Madera by Lagranja Design
The suites have double the signing of oak with a compact design and unique decorative elements such as wooden spoons were carved by hand and serve as both decorations and gifts that the guests can then take home as souvenirs. Aisles separating and connecting rooms are large and beautiful lamps wood paneling on the walls. The hotel also offers a variety of services including a gym. With a fresh, modern interior design, the Hotel Madera is an ideal holiday destination promises an unforgettable experience.
Images Credir: Hotel Madera by Lagranja Design