Are you in the middle of redecorating? Or are you one of those people that is constantly changing the look of their home to keep up with trends? Or maybe you are just looking for inspiration. Either way, we have got you covered. In our article today, we are going to be sharing all the hottest trends in interior design at the moment. So, if you are into high-end, luxury décor and want to find out more, then keep reading!
The Grand-Millennial Aesthetic
As implied by the name, the grand-millennial aesthetic is a modern twist on granny chic. Interior designers have started to pair floral patterns and frilly textures to evoke a sense of nostalgia and make rooms look just so much cosier. This aesthetic is a nice alternative to minimalism, being less engineered and more authentic. Designers like www.pennymorrison.com have perfected the grand-millennial aesthetic, creating beautiful pieces that simply radiate cosiness. For anyone wanting to recreate this trend in their own home, we recommend choosing colourful, cottage style pieces, then pairing them with something a bit more stripped down and modern. This will prevent your house from looking frumpy whilst still maintaining that pleasant sense of nostalgia.
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Dried Flower Displays
Houseplants are currently all the rage, and we suspect they will be for a long time. Spawning from this interior design trend, we have dried flower displays. These can last much longer than houseplants and also carry a lovely smell. What’s more, they are inexpensive! You can either create one of these displays by drying some flowers out yourself or going to a local florist who specialises in this. Dried flowers are truly beautiful and slightly unusual, adding autumnal tones to the room. You can make a real show of them by getting a lovely vase to keep them in, too. Add them to your windowsill, dining room table, or foyer – with no maintenance required! If you are a creative type, you can experiment with arranging the different types of flora, including grass, seed heads, and even pinecones.
Get Inventive with Storage
We always used to think of storage space as a practical solution, but now interior designers have transformed it into a form of decoration. There are so many different ways that homeowners can get inventive and make some extra room whilst adding to the overall aesthetic of their property. Contemporary shelves are the best example of this. They essentially look like pieces of artwork. You can embellish them with your favourite books or ornaments (think clocks, candles, little sculptures), adding a subtle pop of colour or visual flair. Another fashionable storage solution is open-plan units. These are all over Instagram. You can quite easily make them yourself. Get yourself a couple of lovely wicker baskets for these storage units or place some adornments down. Your home will instantly look more contemporary and attractive.
These are some of the hottest trends in interior design right now. Feel free to steal some of our ideas for your own home!