INTERIOR DESIGN: TRENDS TO BALANCE YOUR HOME
As in fashion, interior design changes year after year, teaching us the trends of the moment regarding furniture, colors, and decoration; everything to transform your house or apartment into the home you have always wanted, placing a bit of your personality, without leaving aside the fashion trends.
According to Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone color institute, the trends for this year are around vibrant and very vivid colors and combinations in interiors with rustic furniture, to reflect warmth, nature, to create harmony; and some modern touches to give the chic feel to your home.
But, if you still do not know where to go, here are some recommendations that can guide you.
For Diana Olvera, color expert of the Behr brand, the color palette to choose for this year is divided into four central:
If you want to give life to any room in your house, pastel colors are perfect.
Yellows. Not only will they provide light and experience, but they also provide a modern and warm sense, they also make the rooms look more prominent.
Green or blue-green. If your furniture is in gray or chocolate, the bluish green is a great alternative to give life to space and create movement in places where there is only one color palette, and are sober.
Natural colors. If you want to provide a rustic touch to your home, we recommend combining furniture or copper details with natural range colors, and this will create a rustic but elegant atmosphere.
A BEAUTIFUL TOUCH
Regardless of the style, you have decided on your home, and the chic touch must always exist. For this you can choose ‘haute couture’ furniture; designer furniture, which plays with colors, textures, and shapes; It can help you to give a refined style. We recommend buying furniture in vibrant colors such as Mexican pink, lemon yellow, red, etc.
Whether in the stall, on your furniture or in your bed; Playing with incorporating lines, circles or geometric shapes can be the differentiating touch. To do this, we recommend mixing colors such as grape and apricot, red dahlia, blue stone wash, hazelnut and green vineyard. These colors will help you highlight shapes and also create an artistic sense.