Walls are one of the most important parts of an interior design. Not only do they provide a backdrop for the rest of the design, they’re also a blank canvas that has to be presented in a trendy, stylish manner. So without further ado, here are 5 epic trends in wall design for 2018! Let’s have a look!
1. The pale dreamer
Light, dreamy and pale, one of the most prominent wall design trends of 2018 is simply embracing the lighter side of things. So plain wall painted in light pastel hues have become a total phenomenon all over the globe. Singaporeans are loving the understated elegance of this palate, and emulating them in all manner of home interior designs.
2. Couple artwork
Another wall design trend that’s been taking the world by storm is the ‘couple artwork’ trend. It basically consists of a pair or triplets of wall art that are hung side by side on a plain wall. The artwork can feature a three-part scenery or be related quotes. This trend is simple but totally fashionable. It doesn’t require a lot of hassle and never looks overdesigned, which is why it’s become so popular.
3. Bold walls
2018’s got a scoop of all-rounders for everyone. If subtlety and soft colors are not your forte, you can definitely go all out with bold, vibrant walls as well. Usually these electric colors are reserved for homes that have a bold theme and people who like a little vivacity in their interior designs. Just be wary of using these colors in small spaces. If you do, do not forget to go for lighter contrast.
4. Frame the contrast
Decorating walls with brightly colored paintings and graphic designing is another popular wall design trend in 2018. Singaporeans love a little vividness just as much as they love their sophisticated designs, which is why this trend is perfect for all. It allows you to retain a plain backdrop while still maintaining a splash of fun color in the mix.
5. Plain jane
Sometimes, simplicity is the best course of action and 2018 couldn’t agree more because plain white painted walls with zero embellishment are another top trend this year. This is the perfect set up for a minimalism inspired interior design. You can also get lots of opportunities to experiment with stylish furniture when designing walls is out of the way.