Strategic Pops of Colours
Are you looking out to renovate your room with a modern twist? And you want to freshen it up with some mesmerising décor, or make a stylish statement with a fresh interior then the top six themes for the coming time are:
Back to Nature
The basic traditional factor that influence on interiors continues with its lavishness of light, space, and simple, well-designed furnishings. The natural view is the core key in this “down-to-earth” theme. The basic aesthetic is still going strong with glass, and steel the main material focus. Colour tones to be used are Grey, beige, off-white, white, yellow, walnut, and brown, gold, copper and white.
The Art of Reflection
If you are more of a modern contemporary enthusiast, then this is the theme for you. Modern materials and furniture will have cool mirrors, transparent, and iridescent effects for a fresh, young look. Products are partly covered by metallized or shiny glaze. Colour tones to be used are Skin, yellow, blue, lavender, rose, yellow-green, turquoise, and green (including pastel yellow, peach, shrimp, pink, lilac, acid yellow, and mint).
Pops of Colour
The trend is making bold statements with bright colour. Bright colours will feature in smaller quantities, mainly via accessories or a colored chair or sofa, with softer and less aggressive colour for the rest. If you are looking to include these, then the newness will come in cool, transparent materials such as glass or warm, materials such as a felt and solid wood. Colour tones to be used are Black and white, pastels, neutrals, and bright (including yellow, orange, pink, red, green, cobalt blue, peacock, and purple).
The bohemian style direction is for the free-spirited person who loves to sprinkle souvenirs from journeys past around a room. The main influences are from different corners of the world, namely Turkey, North Africa (including Morocco),the Middle East, India, China South America and Japan. Colour tones to be used are amber, mustard Brick, orange, indigo, deep red, brown and light aubergine (including neutral colours such as off-white and beige).
Aquatic Colours & Botanical Elements
Interiors are going back to nature with the aquatic and botanical theme with the colour palette and furniture design inspired by lakes, oceans, and lagoons. We should take more & more nature into our homes, such as green plants, herbs, fauna objects will also be a huge source of motivation for design. The colour tones to be used are blue-green, lagoon green, lime green, jade, khaki green, dark olive and citrus green (including pink, orange, yellow, green , red, and cobalt).
The New Luxe
If you love a luxurious & lavish interior, then think of rich materials such as satins, velvets, and silks, alongside wooden felt, flannel and concrete. Metallic favourites such as gold and copper will remain, but this time they are featured with accent colours like purple, magenta, and deep red. The black & white combination will remain popular, but expect some visual illusions to enter the mix. The colour tones used are Copper, purple, red, navy, peacock, anthracite grey, magenta, and black.