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Home Interior trends keep changing from time to time. When it comes to home décor 90s was kind of a bust. The use of frills, wicker, etc. brings back childhood memories. The kitchen with all wood looks good even today. Take a glance at some of the home interior trends of the 90s and early 2000s that are back in style.
A canopy bed in your bedroom will make you feel like you are out somewhere on a vacation. To add some serene atmosphere in the room, make use of white linens and beddings. For some added flair used monochromatic covers of throws and pillows.
Furniture pieces like indoor and outdoor chairs, lounge chairs, coffee tables, side tables, couches, and more all made of natural materials are making their comeback in the living areas, patios, and backyards. These old school pieces look chic now.
Though dark woods are in trend light wood have their own impact. If your house is small, making use of blonde wood can make your space look airy. Similarly, a spacious place can make it look even visually bigger.
Boho style décor is making its comeback these days. Decorating the doors with curtains is one such thing. Macrame and beads hung curtains make nice unobtrusive dividers, especially in open-floor-plan homes. They look nice anywhere in the home and goes with any decor. An interesting way to use them is to use them to separate the dining area from the kitchen and the living area.
Though all-white rooms may look luxe, wood cabinets in the rooms don’t look outdated. You can get brown wood shelves, and cabinets and use quartz countertops for an added visual interest. Not just brown, wood cabinets in other colors besides brown can even be used for a modern appeal.