7 raging trends in color and interior design
Interior designing is always about following trends – what’s hot and what’s not are some very important questions to ask before venturing into designing anything new. An interior that follows all the latest trends would not only be a precious commodity, but would also be a nod toward the designer’s creative quality. In this article, we will be taking a look at 7 raging trends in color and other interior design qualities all around the world these days.
This dual room is separated from its dresser counterpart by a thick wall of a wardrobe. Not only does it acts as a functional parameter between two types of areas in the same space, but it also acts as an imperative design element that defines the very ambiance of the room. Creating trendy partitions has been becoming a globalized interior trend these days and having one in your home would definitely be following one of the hottest trends out in the market.
2)Contemporary color splashes
Introducing some splashes of visually powerful colors in an otherwise blandly carried out interior is another hot trend in the market. This juxtaposition of color and texture creates interesting visuals that never fail to seem eye-catchy. The whole ‘colors in a dull scheme’ concept calls for strategic design intervention, which calls for an experienced designer.
3)The green wall phenomenon
A literal green wall is another raging trend across the interior design world. In an era where ‘green’ design has become a literal entreaty, it is only right that interior designers follow in such a stead and implement this concept in an earnest way in the interiors they design.
Since apartment living is a globalized phenomenon, and high rise – even midrise – buildings cannot all afford balcony spaces, a covered patio is slowly edging its way up the hottest trends list. Having a quiet place to ruminate or enjoy the view is always a plus in any interior.
A small aquarium fixed inside a cupboard or a media wall is another hot interior trend in the market. Usually found in minimal, modern and contemporary style interiors, these interior aquariums are definitely mood enhancers.
6) Contemporary country vibe
While 2016 was all about shabby chic, 2017 has upgraded that style to country contemporary – which contains all the classic signs of country rustic merged with the usual trappings of a decidedly contemporary style of design.
7) In-house study/home offices
A study-come-home-office attached to a living area via transparency is another hot trend to be incorporated in new interior designs. These provide a direct mediator between the semi-public and private zones of the home.