6 trendiest interior design ideas of the year
Interior designing is all about discovering something new and making an ever loving trend out of it. It can be a hit or miss phenomenon and sometimes, even the coolest of designs can end up becoming plug and chugs as time goes on. It takes an effort of pure cleverness and genius in order to come up with designs that make an impact, especially in the contemporary market. So today, we will be listing down some of the trendiest interior design ideas of the year so far from our own personal repository of latest designs.
- Funky ceilings
Ceilings are always a good way to create impactful visuals and designers have been coming up with crazier ideas each year to one up the previous trendsetters. The image below shows a ceiling design that is organic, wholesome yet so attractive within its residential context. The merging of curves and straight lines is genius and the actual lighting is pretty impressive in and of itself.
- The step-up bedroom phenomenon
His trend has been floating around in the globalized market for quite some while now and has finally made it to the top. Not only is it a good space saving idea, it also helps compact the layout of the actual bedroom so that it doesn’t end up making the space seem tightly packed and constrained.
- Walk-in’s are back
Wardrobes may have been the walk-in of the paupers but the actual walk-in closets have been making an imperious come back. The contemporary world has a lot of physical allowances, not all of which could be crammed into the limited dimensions of a simple wardrobe. So designers have come up with creative alternatives of which, a carefully planning walk-in is the best of.
- Toe-kicks and cove lights
Discordant toe-kick and cove light designs have made their way up the trend ladder of this year in a slow but determined way. Whereas before, excessive lighting used to be considered redundant, today everybody wants a piece of it.
Straight-laced box-like planning is literally a thing of the past – if you’re not already an open-floor plan kind of a person, then you’ll definitely be impressed by the bold, oblique chamfer partitions of these angular walls. They literally have the power to change the physical dimensions of the space while imbuing a sense of fashion and style within the aesthetic.
- Creative adjustments
Physical barriers between related spaces are so old-school. Today, we separate these spaces through psychological barriers that are created through clever placement of furniture, steps up or down and contradictory floor patterns between the spaces. Many people also like creating visual, illusory mirages with full wall mirror claddings to ramp up the aesthetics too.