Is your home in need of a quick update or an entire interior makeover, we have spoken to the experts at Hope & Me for this seasons hottest trends in home decor. Changing soft furnishings in your home can be one of the most affordable ways to give your home a much needed facelift. Plus many of these trends can be integrated into your existing home decorating scheme.
MINT & GREY
Mint and grey are just two shades that have been made to go together. These pastel hues freshen up any space, as well as adding a calming sense of style. A pop of mint can also freshen up an otherwise stark white scandinavian room, think scattered cushions, ceramic vases and woollen throws. Not only does it pair well with white, it also looks amazing against darker wood grains or set against some retro inspired items.
Metallics are still hot on the scene, with gold remaining a popular choice in most interiors. Gold works with almost all other pieces and can easily be added to your existing home, and don't be afraid to mix and match your metals for a great eclectic look. From bowls to cushions to prints to candles and even tapware and lighting, this trend isn't leaving anytime soon.
With monochrome it's all in the detail, layer this look up with different textures and hues to avoid spaces feeling "drab". It's also one of those trends that never seems to go out of style, black and white just never seem to age. Use soft furnishings to add warmth and a bold print or two to add a focal point to a space, but if you can't commit entirely to monochrome a hint of colour can still give the same classic feel.
After stainless steel and chrome dominating the home decorating scene, copper has made a big comeback and it's better than ever. Its warm tone adds life to an otherwise sterile modern space or brings a modern update to a tired old space. Copper lighting is huge this season, and you can see why! Try adding copper to your existing home with votives, lamps, prints or baskets, you can even find a copper detailed cushion or rug to bring the copper look into your home.
Once only seen in a bathroom or on a kitchen benchtop this mineral has worked its way into other rooms with marble decorator items quickly becoming popular. Don't be afraid to add more than one marble piece to your home, they look great layered up too. Marble also looks great with gold and copper too, as well as pastels and monochrome tones, so it works well with other current home decor trends.
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