7 Interior Decoration Trends of the Moment
1 November 2017 Decorating trends
When you imagine current decorating trends, what comes to mind? We’ve got seven options for you to dream of. There’s something for every taste!
Seaside style is fresh and bright. It involves a lot of white, driftwood, natural fabrics, and shiplap. Our PACIFICO wainscot also perfectly integrates this decorating style. In terms of colours and patterns, Seaside has moved well beyond the conventional blue-white-and-red, stripes, and boat anchor designs. See for yourself!
The boho (bohemian) style is very close to nature. Note the strong presence of plants, natural materials, and fabrics with exotic and colourful patterns. Do you enjoy macramé? It is making a huge comeback in this trend!
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The farmhouse style honours country houses with worn-finished furniture and accessories and with the integration of antiques. It involves lots of woodwork and mouldings in often exaggerated sizes.
This decorating style has the advantage of being timeless and practical. With its fresh and crisp lines, the Scandinavian style often includes furniture and decoration with simple shapes and colours. The main colour is usually white, which is associated with natural wood furniture. As its name suggests, it is inspired by Scandinavian countries.
The mudroom is not a style in itself; rather, it is a trend in storage and furniture. A practical piece of furniture is often custom-made to allow storage in an entryway or a laundry room. It may be equipped with hooks, space to put baskets, and a convenient bench for putting on shoes. The idea is to make it aesthetically pleasing with panel mouldings or chevrons to integrate it well in the decor, and the whole family will want to use it!
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The geometric style can take many shapes through fabrics, on wall or floor tiles, or on decorative panels. One thing is certain: if you decide to carry out such projects with mouldings, you will need a lot of attention to detail and patience!
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The Haussmannian style comes from European architecture. Highly ornate, this style is luxurious and extravagant, with rich fabrics such as velvet, stately mouldings, and eccentric furniture and accessories. You can either embrace it to its fullest or match it with a contemporary design. This style is to be modernized with bright colours. In sum, there are no rules to follow!
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Although we noted seven main decorating trends of the moment, there are many others. You can even mix and match them, which is called the eclectic style: a melting pot of styles!
Accessorizing is also a good way to follow trends through years and seasons.