Tricks and tips for Home Interior design and Decorations
“The details are not the details, they make the design.” – Charles Eames
Home plays an important place in our life, it’s the space where we are ourselves and be according to how we want. We always like to have a comfortable, cosy and positive environment in our home. JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Interior Design course faculty, Sweety Purohit enlightens us with the tips and tricks for Home Interiors.
New Year comes with new beginnings, so why not start new trends in designing interior spaces. After an intense day of work, nothing feels better than going back to your cosy space to meet your loved ones. It is even better when you give your place the look and style that suits your taste. These trendy updates you should consider for designing new spaces.
- Colour Scheme always comes first!
The trendy moodier-colour palette is the latest trend. People have become more open and accepting in choosing bold colours and leaving out standard colours for interiors. Even decorating your spaces with out-of-the-box fixtures and fittings will give a new character to your space.
2. Details are like cherries on an ice cream, they might seem extra but without cherries, the ice cream isn’t just complete!
Even if you are not a fan of bold colours, there is always a choice of contemporary colour palette, and you can add smaller artefacts and emphasis the back-drop of the room with use 3D wallpapers.
3. Power of low-high design!
Low height furniture plays a great role to make your room look heightened when you have a low height space. “Keep the furniture low, so the rooms seem taller.”
4. Mirrors help in warming up your space!
Mirrors have the power to create an illusion of a spacious room. Placing mirrors strategically in your room reflects light making your house look bigger giving you the peace of mind.
5. Use of marble wallpapers!
You can use marble wallpapers in the living room, kitchen, hallway, or bathroom. Mix the designs and create the realistic look!
6. Nature makes indoor place happy!
Plants can be as expressive as a work of art, so the designers integrated potential plants and vessels into their plans. Small details make for a warmer home.
7. The Minimalistic Approach
Minimalism is one of the crowning architectural achievements of the 20th century. Spare and streamlined while still being inviting; minimalism is charming in almost any space. With less clutter to wade through and mentally process, the innate beauty of each piece of furniture or art in the home really starts to stand out.
8. Transparent trends!
Use of glasses on walls to bring an exterior view of nature inside the room. It allows natural and artificial light to pass through, thereby visually enlarging the space and create lightness in design. Many stunning and artistically designed interiors use glass in clever and appealing ways.
9. Brass is the new black!
Brass seems to be becoming less of a trend and more of a classic. Perhaps brass and marble is the look we’ll be seeing more of going forward. Mixing metal finishes in all areas, from furniture, kitchen, and bathroom fixtures to lighting, cabinet hardware, and accessories. Copper, bronze, brass, satin brass, gold, and black nickel now all work together and are interchangeable.” –Juliet Gold
10. Tech smart trends!
Smart technology can enhance any kitchen renovation today and by relocating backsplash outlets and using LED tape for lighting, we let beautiful Calcutta marble radiate.”
Smart kitchens are kitchens that have all its appliances connected to the Internet in order to reduce cooking time. All the smart devices in a smart kitchen can network and give homeowners a unique kitchen never available before now. For example, a Samsung smart fridge can display all the contents of the fridge even without opening the door; programming of your slow cooker from the comfort of your office is also possible. Smart kitchens will definitely save you a lot of money and time.
11. HYYGE design trends
Hyyge design is a mix of intimate and cosy furnishings. The style showcase items you find during the chill season. Hyyge design includes candles, blankets with patchworks, tea accessories, etc. Hygge designs look great all year-round, even in warmer climates.
BE AHEAD OF THE 2018 DESIGN TRENDS.
Interior design is the art and science of understanding people’s behaviour to create functional spaces within a building. The decoration is the furnishing or adorning of a space with fashionable or beautiful things. Knowing the home decor trends allows you to get more ideas.