2018 is finally here! While you work to achieve your New Year’s resolutions, consider trying out one of these new trends in the home decor department. From new color trends to converted spaces, you’ll love the latest design ideas and predictions for 2018.
The Pantone Color Institute has spoken and the color of the year is ultra violet. Gone are the days of millennial pink, it seems. This color was chosen for its intriguing qualities. Aside from Pantone’s announcement of the new color of the year, other deep hues are expected to make a splash through accent pieces as well this year. Consider buying a bold, hunter green couch or adding a crimson rug to your living room. The options are endless.
According to Houzz , millwork walls are set to make a comeback. This elegant design trend will certainly add an interesting accent to any room. It is especially expected to be used as a feature wall in bedrooms this year.
Photo by Jared Rice
Spiralling from the minimalism trend that dominated much of the past few years, this year many people will start embracing the relaxed, uncluttered atmosphere of a spa in their bathrooms and bedrooms. You can achieve this ambiance by adding a few plants, potpourri, pebbles and simple, clean furniture to a space. White tiles and wicker baskets can also help you to achieve this look.
Converted spaces are becoming more and more popular in 2018 as people move away from traditional uses of rooms like the formal dining room. Convert an unused space into a library, at-home movie theater, game room or yoga studio. This trend will help to maximize the space in your home or apartment.
Which design trends are you most excited about this year? Let us know!
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