With every passing year, the interior designers bring in new decor trends, and 2016 is not any different. With advancements in every field, interior design has probably not been left behind. As we all know, changing your entire household decor after a year is a cumbersome process and one that is not always affordable for everyone. So how do you keep your interior decoration up to date without putting a hole in your bank account? But let's get back to the topic at hand, and that is, what are the changes in the home decor trends.
A kitchen's look is made through its cabinets and cupboards. So following the trends, you should aim for contrasting hues and colours. Instead of opting for a single colour theme, go for two shades. Also, when it comes to the appliances, the look has changed from the typical white coloured, metallic look. Nowadays, you can go for a more shaded, steely appearance if you are trying to follow the trends. It adds a refined, yet more colourful look to the kitchen.
Also, if you're thinking about renovating your entire kitchen, you might want to go with some extra drawers. Deep drawers are favourite nowadays, and they seem to be added everywhere. You just can't seem to have too many of them.
The Living Room
It seems that people are gravitating towards the idea of actually using the living room for what they were named for, living! Avoiding the use of technology, living rooms are now to be used for family bonding and spending quality time with your loved ones, instead of just using your phones and gadgets in there with no family interaction ever happening.
The minimalist approach has gone out the window and so last year. You're looking at entirely decorated living rooms; nothing left bare. Lots of furniture, lots of decoration items, art on the walls and you've got yourself a living room right out of the decor magazines you read daily.
Also, since you will be using your living room for more family activities than just sitting on couches, designers are using more durable, outdoor fabrics for indoor furniture, rather than sticking to the old structures.
Designers have started incorporating new ideas into washrooms as well. Separate toilet bidets are now becoming increasingly common. Another thing that has become very popular is large bathroom mirrors that stand out. Wallpapers in washrooms with bold patterns and colours give a very glamorous look. Big ornaments on the walls that stand out are entirely in.
Let's hope that these pointers help you upgrade your household while still managing to stay on a strict budget.