Interior, as the fashion world is constantly changing – so what are the new key elements of a modern house? As 2010 rapidly approaching, we take a look at the trends that seem destined to transform our homes during the coming year.
An Eclectic-offs – new and old family heirlooms and items that have drawn your attention to the antique markets and shops with modern design – feel free to mix it up! We’ve seen enough of the appearance of uniform design, so the coming year will see a significant trend towards a unique selection and mix design that reflects your personality better.
Prints in color – as well as art deco and art nouveau print job style, we see prints widely used to add color to the interior. Organic floral designs, to printing and wildlife Paisley traditional prints will be everywhere, curtains, furniture to flooring – including design carpets. We love the selection currently available from modern carpet – fresh and bold type on the trend.
Handmade and unique – uniform is out and is unique, and that means a return to point hand made products for the home. Artisan-crafted pieces have a nostalgic, warm feel to them rather than cold products, manufactured at the factory, we are so accustomed.
Keep it green consumers – have a growing environmental consciousness and the world of interior design is finally beginning to reflect this reality. Sustainable and fair trade products for new home will be great, you can see where your product was made and was done by, so you can make a more informed choice on your furniture.
Worldwide Design – One of the most exciting trends for the coming year will be multicultural approach. Embracing cutting traditional cultures and art and drawings of countries like Russia, China, Morocco and Mexico, and bringing back exotic in our homes.
Color Trends – As we are seeing a growing trend for domestic greener, so we see a new trend next color. Organics are everywhere, with mother nature inspired keys. Natural shades of brown, yellow sand, deep tan and beige give our houses feeling relaxed and earthy.
The house as a shrine – after the upheavals of the recent recession, we will see a return to the idea of our homes as havens. Staying calm in our homes warm tones and natural textiles, give us a place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle.
This article was written by Eugenie Veninga.Modern Rugs offer beautiful yet simple plain rugs in a wide variety of bright and neutral colours with a large range of sizes available.