The Window Shoppe June 14, 2022 No Comment
It’s the middle of the year and you might just be itching to transform your home into a whole other level. If you are, chances are you want to learn the best emerging design trends to give your space that much-needed refresh.
With home renovations much easier and accessible than ever, you can’t deny that there’s an inspiration just about everywhere you look. For those of you who are on the lookout for some new design trends, we’ve got you covered.
Add Boucle Pieces
One of the hottest interior design trends right now is using boucle furniture and for good reason. It lends texture to furniture pieces and looks particularly great with design pieces that have curved edges, making them appear structured yet soft at the same time.
This particular fabric has been making waves in the industry thanks to its excellent visuals and its uber-soft feel. If you want to incorporate this design trend into your home without going overboard, you may want to use this fabric to upholster your sofas and chairs. You can also use these for throw pillows to add visual interest.
Using Two-Tone Colors
Give your home more definition by using two-tone colors. This is a great way to highlight specific areas or items in your space. To keep your space looking fresh, however, it’s highly advised for you to use lighter shades for pieces or structures on the eye line or above it. Doing so helps maintain a light feeling.
Since darker shades and colors tend to take more visual space and can feel quite heavy, placing these colors on the bottom part of the home area will provide contrast to the use of lighter shades above.
Choosing what two colors to use can be quite challenging, especially with the extensive range of hues available. However, going on separate ends of the spectrum can be more detrimental to your space, so rather than becoming too loud with your choice of colors, choose the two tones as a sort of foundation.
Focus on Sculptural Lighting
The love for everything structural and streamlined knows no bounds, even in 2022. What makes structural furniture, particularly lighting, is that these add depth to your space, making it more dimensional.
With many structural lighting inspired by brutalist and even mid-century architecture, it goes without saying that adding this statement piece of lighting can make lights into something more magical. Partnered with clever use of material and finishes, such as brass, wood, and mixed metals, these will elevate your home in no time.
Give Your Windows a Refresh
We often give the least priority to our windows and it’s time to let this shine by getting a window replacement. Doing so will help make your home look more modern and contemporary, even increasing your property value and curb appeal.
Windows open up your space unlike any other and having your windows changed can make your home feel and look new again.
The changing tastes and trends in the field prove that they are here to stay. With these emerging design trends, you, too can make interior design choices that are as fashionable as they come.