Post-COVID Home Interior Trends You Would Love
It's already half a year gone in quarantine affecting the interior design to a great extent, and new trends will undoubtedly continue to resonate well in the upcoming month and even beyond.
Something that has become very popular is the art of bringing the outdoors inside like an increased number of plants and lush indoor gardens, earthy color schemes, etc. Gone are the days of minimalism, straight lines, and monochromatic color schemes. Instead, curves, whimsical textures, and interesting color schemes are dominating current design trends. Take a look at these interior design styles to brighten up your homes with color and bring a dash of the outdoors inside. With these ideas, you can create some relaxing corners and have peace of mind.
Bathrooms need not be boring. A dramatic bathroom mirror or change in wall colors could be all you need to update your powder room. Get some cool, dimly lit intimate bathroom with a back-lit mirror, and you are done.
Multi-functional furniture is bliss. For instance, get modern cabinets that can work as a buffet, storage, and display. Nesting tables are other great examples that are easy to move around and can be stacked together when not in use.
Update to Earthy Tones
Gone is the time of dull earthy tones. Your home can look outdated and boring otherwise. Now, consider some addition of burnt oranges, muted greys, mossy greens, and, even beige tones bring in comforting hues of nature. Use accent pieces made of organic materials such as wooden stools, side tables, or even a reclaimed wood art piece.
Rattan and Cane Furniture
Old is gold. The retro-styled wicker and cane chairs and tables have made a comeback into stylishly modern living rooms. They’re functional, affordable, lightweight, and more importantly durable. Pair these with the accessories to get some organic boho-chic vibe.
White cabinets are still favored but darker colors are making their comeback. Cabinets in navy blue, olive, and charcoal tones, that too, with some metallic hardware like gold, brass, bronze, and copper pulls will add a bold statement to kitchens. Another option is to use tiles in bold geometric patterns and appliances in rose gold and copper-hued appliances will only deepen this trend.