2018 Interior Design Trends
Marble, however used more discreetly, jewel tones and understated luxury are sticking around in 2018, but experts are predicting that the pastel pink from 2017 will evolve to a more natural peach and earthy tone. We will see terracotta, sienna to watermelon red, bring warmth and the use of dusty blues and dull greens bring calm to our interiors.
Marble with reign supreme with more of the earthy toned terrazzo along with matt finishes. Black with be the new go to for kitchens utilising silver or gold tap ware and fixtures.
There is definitely a more eclectic mix of décor in 2018 featuring mix and match dinnerware, scatter cushions in contrasting fabrics, patterns and colours. The handmade look is achieved by utilising furniture, fixings, soft furnishings and all décor that appears not to be mass produced, items such as handcrafted woven hangings and hand blocked prints, with a tribal or exotic pattern are some examples.
Velvets are the go to fabric for furniture, and it is all about layering with your soft furnishings and window treatments.
Using different textures and fabrics from luxurious velvets and silks to more natural linens, along with chunky throws, tassels and short fringing.
It is now more of what you like rather than trying to create and stick with a particular style of interior.
Roller blinds and Roman Blinds are very different and each has their own qualities, advantages and disadvantages. Let us help you choose what may be the better choice for your home.
What is the best blind for a bathroom or wet area?
It’s a fair question as in many respects there is some cross-over between the three disciplines.