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Jazz up your Home with the Hottest Interior Design Trends

We have spent a huge amount of time within the four walls of our homes due to the pandemic. In spite of feeling secure, staying indoors, looking at the same surroundings has made us longed for freshness.


That's why we got you the current interior designs trend. So you can reinvent and spice up your interiors to refresh and uplift its look and that also aid you in the remote working.


After all, work, learning, playing and living is now interwoven as part of homes. Making us rethink the interior of our homes with the focus on functionality, multipurpose spaces, and the personal touch. So let's embrace lykke and usher in the new trend where sustainability, elegance, comfort and vibrancy dominates.


And here we go with the best picks of the trend to elevate your home by adding your personal touch to tell your story.


RATTAN FURNITURE:

Eco-friendly and biodegradable materials like wood, bamboo, jute, rattan, etc., are gaining momentum in the current trend. Living green is the mantra which dominates the home décor scene.

In modern homes, try including rattan furniture or experiment with woven rattan furnishing to play with traditional and contemporary elements and create a positive vibe.


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GO GREEN WITH HOUSE PLANTS:

Greenery provides the calming and soothing effect which we all craved during our stay indoors. Subsequently, increasing its desirability inside our homes. Vouch for home plants, whether you have a spacious garden or a small balcony, include plants to freshen up the air, filter out pollutants and release oxygen. Try investing in creepers or beautiful blooms depending on your style and space..


Photo by Judah Guttmann on Unsplash


CLOSE TO NATURE:

Use of natural materials like Wood, Stone and Marble is becoming widely popular among interior designers. Earthy look provided by it is what attracts the attention of the seeker. It's rustic. It's close to nature.


WARM, EARTHY NEUTRALS


Warm earthy tones help to create warm and cosy spaces. Layer it up with durable fabrics, comfortable upholstery, and furniture pieces that are versatile and chic in creating exciting interior stories.

Try mixing earthy colour tones with monochrome or with hues of warm colors to create drama.


Curate your home with cozy and textured fabrics, warm colors, organic silhouettes, earthy tones, tactile surfaces, personalized home-wares, for comfort and convenience.


Photo by Elizabeth French on Unsplash



ALL WHITE MAY DATE OUT:

All white has ruled our hearts, but now we need to add a dash of colors. As our interest is waning away from the tried and tested all white to some splash of colors here and there, to bring in much needed vibrancy to the mood.


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WELCOME GREY:

This year, Pantone named ultimate yellow and pale gray as the color of the year. Add cheerful hues to upholstery to add a zest of energy and uplift the mood of any space with background in grey. Incorporate burnt oranges and peacock blues into your decor; these colors go pretty well with darker colors like grey and navy.







PLAY WITH NEUTRAL WITH A DASH OF VIBRANT COLOR:


Warm colors are making a huge comeback.

"Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” - Wassily Kandinsky.

Colors influence the soul. Therefore, the use of bold radiant color creates positive vibe in your home. You can create visual interest by infusing vibrant color into your decor- try two primary colors against a muted palette. Also, mix warm tones and natural elements.


Photo by Max Vakhtbovych from Pexels

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GREEN CABINETS IN KITCHEN:

Green kitchen cabinets are trending in both lighter and deeper shades. Green works well with both cool and warm color palettes.


COZY, COMFORTING HOME OFFICE:

With the permanency of remote working looming around, we seek multi-functional spaces which could be used for home office and leisure activities. Today a furniture piece needs to be comfortable and low maintenance besides keeping the aesthetics high. Beauty with functionality is what we seek.

Creating designated work spaces, ergonomically designed office chairs, fluid multi-functional pieces, and efficient storage can address the compounded lifestyle and work from home demand.


Photo by ergonofis on Unsplash


CURVES REPLACES STRAIGHT LINES:


Curves are making a comeback, replacing the straight cut!

Round arm couches, chairs with rounded backs, round coffee tables, consoles with shapely curved legs is trending. So look for furniture with rounded silhouettes and shapely legs.


Photo by Max Vakhtbovych from Pexels


STRIPES:

Experiment with check and stripes to elevate the look of your interior. Mix the classic check and stripe with new-season colors or mix patterns in different scales to create the right balance.

Photo by Maria Orlova from Pexels


LIGHT WOOD - The Scandinavian Inspirations

Take inspiration from Scandinavian concepts, as this style stands out for its democratic, modern and functional approach to interiors.


Light-colour wood is a distinct feature of Scandinavian design and it also helps open up spaces. Try using practical furnishings, neutral colors, dash of hues and flexible arrangements to create wholesome and enjoyable spaces.

Photo by Askar Abayev from Pexels


SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-FRIENDLY DESIGN:

Conscious consumption and sustainable living is gaining momentum and it started reflecting on our interior choices with Eco-friendly design and materials making a mark.

Locally made furniture, handmade crafts, ethnic lampshades, traditional lamps, Jharokha murals, exquisite hand woven furnishings with embroidery, natural textiles, paisley pattern, kalamkari, ikat, terracotta, add textures. These forms reflect the serenity of nature and uplift the look.

Try adding woven poufs, or wool blankets to give a chic and cozy look.


Photo by Amaan


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STATEMENT PIECES:

Statement decor pieces create drama and elevate the look of the surrounding. They create a focal point of any living space and have the power to transform the interior. Try including big, bold, over-sized designs and unusual shapes to add a touch of glamour to your home.


Use metals like brass, copper and mild-steel – creatively, or symbolic items such as ceramic pieces, personal mementos, or unique artwork to highlight the individuality of the space.



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VICTORIAN ERA, GRAND MILLENNIAL AESTHETICS:



Antiques always hold the supreme position no matter which decade or era considered. Antique, repurposed, retro pieces all have their place in a vintage scheme. Vintage-styled homes consist both rustic and modern decor. Nowadays, people are regaining a sense of individualism. To them these objects act as souvenirs of lives. Collecting things from the past, layering and mixing it up with the modern pieces from Art to Fashion is considered as a way of expression. While adding dramatic touches of luxury by layering old with new and creating exciting interior stories.

Moreover, these Vintage Designs furnish a Royal and Aristocratic look always.


All of the above-mentioned trends are easy to incorporate and will elevate the ambiance of your homes. It covers from Modern Decor to Vintage and Antique Stuff. Surround yourself with positivity.

Catch the Trend.Stay in Mode.


Leave your comment to tell us which of the trend you like.

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Somya

Hi there! I’m Muzna, the Founder and Editor of The Bliss Key, I live in San Francisco with my family and by profession I’m an eLearning consultant with more than a decade of experience, and a degree in Business Management and Instructional Design