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Winter is coming, so today we decided to help you to create the perfect trendy interior design of your dreams. Well, we know it can be an arduous task, but with these 10 winter interior design trends 2018, all you need to do is to scroll of your mouse and enjoy the interior design journey you are about to go in!
Well, we have lots of trendy colors for this winter 2018. But there is one that stands out like a sore thumb, and that color is Brown. This shade will warm your interiors and add a touch of sophistication and elegance that won’t go unnoticed.
And we are back to the 80’s this winter! Yes, the 80’s mania has not only hit the fashion world this season. Interior design has also been affected by the wave! So, guess it’s quite simple, all you have to do is to go to your storage and bring back your retro lighting, colorful neon lights, and vintage furniture into your homes. Voilá! The result is going to be amazing (and cheap!).
It’s not only the fashion industry that is going crazy over fringing at the moment. The interior design lovers are also making its way onto cushions, mirrors, light fixtures, and even mirrors. What do you think about this trend? Well, one thing we know for sure, it will be IN this winter!
Rich moody hues are making a comeback into kitchens, lounge rooms, and bathrooms. Emerald greens, deep navy, and bold burgundy will all take center stage. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s start warming up your home this winter!
Finally, we can say goodbye to neutral kitchens and all those years we’ve had of white. This winter, kitchens will become a space with a more inviting and warm atmosphere, where you can add a more personal twist. You can go for a colored cabinetry or add a pop of color to an island bench. The options are endless, so use your imagination and be bold.
Let’s introduce the wellness trends with eucalyptus – a trend that has risen in popularity this year. This plant used in health spas will help you to create a healthy, happy and mindful home this winter. It can be displayed decoratively amongst other houseplants, adding a welcoming and personalized touch.
This season interior designers are going mad with leather. Yes, it is usual to be a dominant fabric in the autumn season, but this winter it will be trendsetting and you can use it by way of indulgent leather chairs, tactile lampshades, luxurious sofas, and more.
2018’s furniture and accessories will have a nomadic, free-spirited feel this winter. This popular trend has an American West inspiration that will add a tribal vibe to your home decor. Add cactus for the ultimate touch!
We can’t stop being obsessed over the wabi-sabi style. This Japan design aesthetic is all about embracing the beauty of imperfection. This huge winter interior trend will help you to create a relaxing environment by adding now-mended ceramics, hand-carved wooden utensils, cushions and throws made from linens and natural organic pieces of cotton.
If you want to go dark with your color palette but not with black, then Navy Blue is your color. This timeless hue is set to be huge this winter and it can be used both as a neutral or as an accent color. All in all, it will add a bold and contemporary look and as an anchoring shade, Navy Blue can be a charming complement to other warmer tones.