By Flavie Georgine. Interior Design. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 07:59:06 AM.
With the popularity of vintage items, lighter neutrals and natural items, it’s no surprise that the farmhouse style remains top of the list for what’s popular in-home design and decor. Open floor plans and rustic elements will help you achieve this look, according to Megan Wild, editor of Your Wild Home. To fit your budget, she suggests thinking outside of the big box stores.
If you’ve never tried it before, incorporating some of the principles of Feng Shui can help to boost your mood. Simply by rearranging pieces in your home, you can change the atmosphere. Feng Shui focuses on specific rules to follow based on the energy you wish to create.
If you’ve never heard the term “Wabi Sabi” before, I can bet you’ve tried it at least once. Wabi Sabi is the Japanese practice of accepting and embracing imperfection. In 2018, it has now become a style choice. For home design, it’s a minimalist style that arranges items in a casual way. This is a newer trend, but due to the relaxed style, it’s sure to catch on.
Another trend that’s carrying on from 2018 is metallic accents. Bronze, gold and silver will be hot this year. You can expect to see them more often in home décor items and accessories. However, now metallic prints are adorning walls as backsplashes and furniture as well. Keep them in mind as finishes for appliances or fixtures.
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