Top Interior Design Trends 2016

on February 2, 2016 · Leave a comment · in Blog, Colour, Trends

1)     Kitchens have a more eclectic vibe to create a personalised space. Mix of woods and metals at achieve an eclectic style with an emphasis on quality. We will also see blue used more in cabinetry.

 Jean Allsopp photography for Birmingham Home

Jean Allsopp photography for Birmingham Home

2)     Fabrics make a make a shift to more patterned fabrics with delicates damasks and cheerful chintz. We will also see more trimmings in use e.g. fringes, tassels and cords to soften the appearances of modern upholstery.

Tivoli Trimmings by Romo Available from Aspire Design

Tivoli Trimmings by Romo
Available from Aspire Design

3)     Pantone announced their colour of the year for 2016 with two colours Serenity and Rose Quartz. We will see more soft pinks and soft blues enter our domestic interiors.

Rose Quartz Mood Board By Aspire Design

Rose Quartz Mood Board By Aspire Design

Serenity Mood-board by Aspire Design

Serenity Mood-board By Aspire Design

4)      People are starting to make the shift to tech less living rooms so to have an area in the home where people can relax from the demands of our technical world. Also creating Zen areas in the home is on the increase as people become more aware of mindfulness and the importance of good health.

From Elle Decor

From Elle Decor

5)     Although I am a lover of chandeliers, 2016 will see the rise of the statement pendant.

Ceiling Pendants by National Lighting Available from Aspire Design

Ceiling Pendants by National Lighting
Available from Aspire Design

6)     It’s all about recognising what you love and creating interiors that are personal to you. As a result we will so more statement mirrors than previous years as these allow us to easily make a personal statement in our interiors.

Statement Mirrors Available from Aspire Design

Statement Mirrors
Available from Aspire Design

gallery mirror avilable from Aspire Design studio

Statement Mirrors Available from Aspire Design

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