When we consider new trends in the coming months, there will be so many come backs. If considering furniture design trends, look for curves, texture, and comfort. You’ll be experiencing lots of curved chairs, sofas with gently sloping arms, and round poufs in velvet, linen, and nubby boucle fabrics.
We’ll also see a return of black accent pieces in addition to natural wood tones and vintage pieces. Marble furniture and accents will also be popular.
New Trends – Curve Appeal
The coming months will bring out a lot of rounded furniture, including curved backs on chairs, sloped arms on sofas, rounded waterfall corners on desks and consoles, drum tables and ottomans, as well as curved accent pieces.
On the other hand, the new trends are more closer to boho style spaces. However, curves and arches can be a stylish and elegant addition to any style of home.
Whether you love or hate this trend, curves do add instant personality to a space. At the same time, it creates a sense of softness and femininity.
Additionally, lots of curved architectural elements will come into limelight in the home. These will include arched doorways, curved bar designs and curved kitchen island countertops.
Luxury – in Small Doses
New decor trends will see luxurious makeovers to some of the the least-expected spots in the home. For example, luxury laundry rooms, closets, kids’ bedrooms, basements and even garages! This trend is elevating often-ignored spaces within the home. In addition, you can try to add luxury to spaces like the powder room, home office, and entryway.
New Trends – Restorative Spaces
As a new trend, the sensory experiences of our homes will become more important than ever in the coming months. Most people want to make their home feel like a retreat. As a result, they update their homes. Hence, they’re taking into account things like lighting, sound, and tactility, designing spaces to encourage restoration and relaxation.
You can easily create restorative spaces in your home, This can be accomplished by incorporating cozy furniture, soft throw blankets, ambient lighting, and color palettes. Thus, these will create the mood you’re going for.