By . Interior. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 23:02:46 PM.
Wall coverings have been much maligned in past years, but new patterns and styles are going far beyond the typical cutesy picks with matching borders. Abstracts, geometrics and photo realistic murals are booming home decor trends, particularly when it comes to creating an accent wall.
The votes are in on fake flowers, and the world is split down the middle. Most designers say that obviously fake flowers and plants are a design do not, but many people love silk flowers for lots of reasons. If you have to have silk flowers, make sure they are new and as real looking as possible. Otherwise, try adding potted plants that flower, using real flowers whenever possible, or cutting branches and greenery from your yard to display. Even if you do not have a green thumb, low maintenance plants like cacti and succulents can be a good choice instead of faux flora.
Neutral palettes have been a trend for quite some time, and that has led to quite a bite of boring decor. By playing safe and sticking with neutral furnishings, walls and accessories, homeowners have created a wide range of uninteresting spaces. This does not mean that you have to paint all the walls a vivid color and upholster everything in bright prints. Adding a single wall of an accent color can add a real punch to room, even when the rest of the decor is neutral. Do not be afraid of adding color to a room — it adds punch. Incorporating color can take many forms: a colorful rug, a vibrant array of accessories, bold artwork or saturated textiles. Pick your favorite color and let it brighten a space in your home.
This sumptuous fabric has been trending for a couple of years now and shows no signs of fading from the spotlight. Its sophisticated sheen and cozy, textural feel have a wide appeal. The fact that it works so well in bold jewel colors and brings extra dimension to neutrals makes it more versatile than you might think. This home decor trend is also moving out of the boudoir and into the family room, being used for cushions, poufs, and upholstery of all kinds.
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