New style interiors
The coming year has prepared for us a complete change in trends in interior design. We abandon minimalism and colour and decorative economy in favour of upholstering, saturated colours and interesting spatial solutions. What is worth paying attention to when designing your apartment at the moment?
Warm shades of terracotta
The fireplace façades or walls covered with terracotta in warm, reddish shades slowly replace the cool colours of minimalism. A matt terracotta, properly matched to the room, will not take it back in time, on the contrary - it will give it an interesting, modern grind.
The natural material cork makes the interior warm and pleasant. The cork is not only a board for attaching notes in the home office, but also a material for covering and soundproofing walls. Today, cork is used to make table tops and decorative details, which are completely hypoallergenic.
Upholstered accessories and warm clientele
Headrests covered with upholstery in a deep, preferably dark green shade will add luxury and elegance to bedrooms. This reference to a chic hotel or old theatre looks much more interesting than the wooden bed frames, which have been fashionable so far. The soft upholstery is cosy, warm and pleasant to the touch. Upholstery also allows you to play with colours and patterns - you can bet on quilted classics with big buttons or come up with something completely new. In order to insulate the interior literally and figuratively, and to add a modern style to it, we can think of the recently very fashionable wood-burning stoves. Find out more at http://www.zagrzej.pl
The most fashionable shade
Dark, saturated green in different shades - from bottle to emerald - is now leading the way. It looks particularly good in private areas of the house, such as bedrooms, accompanied by artificial fur, stone and brass lamps or picture frames. There are many possibilities - you can go for the whole thing and cover the walls with malachite, or bet on the presence of greenery in the supplements.
Rest after a hard day
You need a peaceful place to relax. In this role, recesses, corners and other isolated spaces are perfect. It is worth filling them with materials and colours, which bring peace, comfort and convenience. A wide window sill with soft cushions and a blanket invite you to rest.