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.
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.
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.
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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