Luxury Minimal Design
Luxury Minimal Design is everywhere! It’s the go-to choice for staging interior architecture concepts, it’s a versatile backdrop for furniture ads, and magazines rightfully feature the residents of these meticulous spaces whenever an innovative example pops up.
Natural wood is back and is a key trend for 2020! This trend was huge in the ’80s and ’90s and it’s come back into style again. But the key to embracing it without letting your home feel like it’s past it’s prime is balancing the rich color of wood with modern influences and bold and colorful furnishings that won’t get lost against the brown. Unlike what you might have assumed, wood doesn’t have to be dark and traditional. Not only does light wood give this material a modern spin, but it’s bright and happy, too.
Concrete has previously been a material that’s not to be left on show. It’s one that was only ever visible during the building stage of a home, in the form of concrete screed floor. But, with the rise in industrial interior design and rustic decor, concrete is fast becoming a material people want to decorate with. From polished concrete floors to statement concrete walls, concrete trend is going to be big in the new year.
Rose Gold is one of those rare finishes that has consistently maintained high sales despite outgoing trend predictions. The finish is so well-loved that it’s become shorthand for an entire generation. You can find the color incorporated into everything from hair dye to architecture.
Terrazzo is here to stay! Terrazzo these days is actually made with marble chips, quartz, granite, or even glass set into a matrix of concrete or epoxy resin. This wide range of material makes it possible for terrazzo to be added to tiles, furniture, while also being the inspiration behind many patterns seen in home accessories such as planters or rugs.
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