Interior Design Trends You’ll Be Seeing All Year

Interior Design Trends You’ll Be Seeing All Year

It’s a new year, which means fabulous new interior design trends to test out in your own spaces. From the growing applications of recycled fabrics to glamorous features and an emphasis on creativity and elegance, these design trends will give your interior a tailored look that will transform your home in a sensational way.

Industrial Styling

Industrial interior design combines features like exposed stonework, high ceilings, timber and metal elements, and neutral colors. This noise-free style could be a growing theme as people continue to spend more time at home.

Industrial style includes a combination of contemporary and conventional architecture and interior works that have to act as places to live, function and play. This functional design trend is cozy and elegant, making it the perfect way to transition your home into a working and living space.

Peel and Stick Wallpaper

Self-adhesive, reusable wallpaper is gaining traction among people who rent or are looking for a low-profile way to redesign their home.

Peel-and-stick wallpaper is ideal for a simple and dramatic change of room. You should be creative and only peel it off when you get bored of it.

If you are afraid of coating the whole wall with wallpaper, consider placing it above the chair rail in the dining rooms, above the molding in the bathrooms, or even in the closets.

Wicker and Rattan Furniture

Woven furniture types are making their way to the forefront of design. Rattan and wicker textiles are on the way in. These natural materials bring comfort and lightness to the home décor.

Rattan furniture is made of woven palm stems, and the wicker pieces are normally made of woven willow twigs. Both types are lightweight and can work indoors and outdoors.

Natural Fabrics

Synthetic fabrics such as polyester, nylon, and rayon may lose ground to natural and recycled textiles.  

With the growing awareness of environmental issues, we’re seeing a trend centered around using more sustainable materials and natural fabrics in the home. 

Organic cotton, recycled polyester, and low-impact linen will be prime candidates for this movement.

Are you ready incorporate these trends into your home for a fresh, up-to-date design? Contact Planning Interiors and we’ll help your home stay on trend while being timeless. Call us at 470.545.4906.

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