Spring is just around the corner, meaning more daylight, warmer days, and flowers blooming. Understandably, there is a lot to like about spring, and interior designers happen to be one of its biggest fans.
Why? Because spring ushers in the first wave of new design trends for the upcoming year. Many are speculating about upcoming trends for 2018, all of which will begin to take shape during spring. Be sure to hop into spring interior design for in the upcoming year by following these new interior design trends:
Plants are making their way indoors
There is never a better time to add some new plant life to your décor than spring. After all, it’s the time when the leaves begin to re-appear while all the flowers and plants burst back into life after a long winter.
Indoor plants are going to be a big hit throughout 2018, so be sure to get in on the action early. Affordable yet attractive, indoor plants offer an exotic aesthetic that is perfect for ushering in the new season. They add ample colour, and you can get creative by using a range of stylish planters to really make them stand out.
Rustic remains as popular as ever
The rustic look has been popular for quite a while now, and a more relaxed rustic design looks set to be a big hit in spring. As mentioned, indoor plants are becoming a hot trend, and these will pair with well other natural materials for a charming rustic look.
Earthy tones and natural materials combine well for a rustic aesthetic in any location, especially when paired with vintage furnishings and décor. Think fresh flowers in vases, hanging planters, wooden accent pieces, and other natural furnishings for that perfect rustic look this spring.
Metallic fixtures are a common trend in most modern homes. From light fixtures to taps to kitchen accessories, there are many ways to incorporate metal into interior design, offering a sharp contemporary style with a lasting impact.
Mixing your metals will be a big trend this spring. Gone are the days where matching metallic materials are a must, which is rather boring, now being replaced by a range of different metals. Bathrooms and kitchens will be the main areas to implement this style, although it can certainly be applied in other rooms too.
Go big with wall art
Artwork has become a popular way to add depth and intrigue into an interior design, and it appears that bigger is better going into spring 2018. Oversized artwork looks set to be one of the dominating design trends for the new season, with posters, prints, paintings, and photography all taking centre stage.
- Posted by David McGawn
- On March 6, 2018