Too tired of reading articles about the changing trends? Oh, you needn’t worry. All you have to do is keep up with your surroundings and your changing environment, the places you’ve been to, the day-to-day changing outlook of your society, the trends all over online. You must also keep in mind the shades and patterns. These are the factors that will bring the X and the wow factor in your home.
Velvet can never go out of trend and the dazzle it will bring to your furniture is beyond anticipation. Go ahead and add that cosy armchair of the burnt orange texture your home has been longing for so long. Throw in a sheepskin and notch up the class and sophistication.
Mix and match velvet with wood, mohair along with raltan, some plants and the textures of concrete. It will bring the much-needed spectacular look.
How about a velvet couch that is dark sea-green? Add some contrasting and subtle grey or white cushions? They can be plain or even have lines or may be patterned. Your round rug woven out of wicker can lie beautifully underneath the centre table that is carved out of wood and looks similar to a mushroom? It can be painted with a combination of dark brown and grey colour. A plant in one corner and some hanging ceiling lamps will do the rest of the trick.
For the corners, you can go as backdated as you like. Add a bamboo ladder and to throw in some texture to it with a sheepskin. A huge white vase that is handpainted to fully cover one corner of your room.
Bring home nature
Some hand-woven baskets for your plants that can be both succulent and cacti. You can go ahead and add Begonia trees, some monstera leaves, a few taro faux plax and baskets made out of wicker.
Yes, you easily overlooked the magic of these for a long time now. But, no more. The circular shape is back. Yes, add some more round lamps to your tabletop and bedside. Having an elegant finish of brass, these frosted glass lights are a wonder. They will look amazing on your bedside tables, your mantle, your office and from the ceiling.
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For your homeware products go for something that is handcrafted and may be beautifully imperfectly shaped too. Tableware that has the touch of watercolour and glaze that adds the texture. The rustic feel and the standout shades are lovely and a pure delight. A side plate that is the glazed pink shade, a mug with grey on the outside and pink on the inside or a bowl that is light blue in shade.
The Bohemian – style interiors are way too eye-catching and beautiful. The amazing trio formed of wood, blue and white is back to rock your house. Make sure you don’t leave behind the green element, wicker and rattan. Stop matching all your furniture. A sofa that is beige in colour will go wonderfully with some indigo coloured cushions, a sheepskin and a bench made out of wood and has white jute hand work done on it.
An oddly shaped table carved out of wood can stand proudly over a combination of white and blue patterned rug.
Keep it simple and easy not to mention classy and trendy. How about just a white mattress covered in white sheets with printed pillows and a blue blanket? Add some white trunks to store all your essentials hence giving it the beautiful Bohemian touch. Cover your window sills with handcrafted goodies and plants resting in small wicker baskets. A printed bean bag for your comfort and pleasure and a beautiful lamp by your mattress.
For the sophisticated and fine taste in you add a matte textured floor to your home. It has the organic feel to it. It will look amazing in your living room and hallway and go beautifully with the soothing and contrasting light shade of the walls.
Too many clothes, shoes, accessories and not enough space? The struggle and pain are real but worry no more your sorrows have come to an end with rails for hanging your clothes. It is trending and big space saver.
Rather than being a part of the herd, why not put in the effort to stand out? Do what makes you feel better and you’ll see your reflection in your room.