The hottest home trends you NEED to know about

The hottest home trends you NEED to know about

Whether you’re looking to update one room or fancy renovating the whole house, take a look at these exciting decor styles that you won’t want to miss.

Trends, whether it is fashion or interior, seem to constantly go through a complete renovation. Although some elements from previous seasons may remain, the likelihood is that there are going to be new styles to take your fancy every other month. What’s more, whether you’re looking for a small update or a full transformation, next season’s style is hot.

Marble continues to take prominence and this time the trendy material will surface on tables and countertops. Fabulously styled in bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms, marble is definitely a key trend that won’t be going anywhere fast. If your budget doesn’t allow for such pieces, then consider ordering some marble tile samples and use them to place candles or drinks on. Who said trendy had to break the bank?

Texture is crucial and no matter what the season, we all want to make our homes cosy. Velvet’s popularity is still going strong and crushed velvet adds a lot of glamour to any interior. From sofas and headboards to dining chairs and cushions, this is one material that can be used in a number of rooms and colours.

Although not new, metallic is still going strong in the interior world and the best part is that you can use it all over – even in the kitchen! Pendant lights look great in metallic styles and in an all white kitchen, why not opt for gold plates? The majority of us take pride in our home and enjoy updating it with current trends yet many people forget about hallways and entranceways. Think about it – this is the first room that people enter so make it special. Invest in a large metallic mirror, a metallic decorative bowl and don’t forget to enhance your lighting.

Moving on to colours – navy blue is a huge statement colour this year. As a soothing shade, it looks great in most rooms from the bathroom to the bedroom, and the kitchen to the office. For sophisticated chic, pair with white, grey and gold. Gold remains huge yet still people are wary of using it. Begin by incorporating small amounts such as a table lamp and move onto scatter cushions and art. Jewel tones such as emerald green, rich purples and reds will also be big next season. These can also be added via art, rugs and decorative accessories.

We know that mirrors are not a new trend but increasingly people are buying mirrors for their art appeal rather than practical ability and when placed opposite light, they can drastically enhance the feeling of space. Opt for round mirrors, large mirrors and alternatively a cluster of 3 together.

The interior of your property is a personal choice so above all ensure that you love everything you buy and that a little bit of your personality comes through the creativity.

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