In the spring, when everything is set for renewal and flourishing, even the interiors require fresh ideas! In today’s article you will find the latest trends of the coming season – do not be afraid to experiment and change things around you for the better.
All the brightest, most succulent and bold colors will be relevant in the interior in summer. On the other hand, the first warm spring days only prepare us for the riot of colors, so gentle, inspiring, but timid pastels is just what you need!
Pale lilac, pale blue, pastel mint or muted shade of lime brings to the design of the room fresh and spring-like upbeat, as well as a dreamy mood.
Natural stone in the interior
Precious natural materials never go out of style and will not lose relevance. So if you decide to follow the new trend, and complement your interior elements made of natural stone, you won’t regret it in any way. Of course, it is not necessary to order a stone bar, but, say, a chandelier with turquoise beads figurine from aventurine, amazonite or malachite hint that you are up to date with the latest fashion trends.
What is associated with spring? Of course, youth. And youth does not burden itself with anything. Therefore, it is time to get rid of the boring traditional furniture and watch magazines with modular furniture. This is a new word in interior design. Sofa of individual styles can be quickly and easily converted into a completely new sofa, a modular shelving can be modified even every day, moving its elements around, and hanging shelves can be set into a single composition, if desired. This is comfortable, stylish and always new.
When it comes to patters, you have to choose what you like better. For saturated and rich interior you can choose Moroccan patterns or intricate ligature, but if you’re more inclined to elegant minimalism, it is quite enough and concise to choose geometric rhythms. Carriers of the patterns can be textile or more essential elements of the interior, for example, the original folding screen, lampshades or even the wallpaper on the walls – it’s up to you.
Hollywood boudoir chic of 1930 to 1960 with its flirtatious and ostentatious luxury is back in vogue, whether we like it or not. However, going full cycle, this stylistic direction has undergone substantial modifications for the better.
Glitter gold and brass with patina, as well as corduroy, velvet and silk are still in style. You can not do without fluffy fur and sparkling stones, but the colors became more soft and muted, making this style similar simultaneously to art deco and minimalism.