vintage

 

The incorporation of furniture and decorative accessories from other eras into a modern home always evokes a sense of nostalgia. Shabby chic, French country, art deco are some of the styles that exert an old-fashioned charm in many people. It is difficult to achieve modern objects with the design details of an antique.

curved

 

Have you noticed that furniture and architectural elements have started to curve? A look at pinterest posts will confirm that. After many years where straight lines inspired by 20th century modernism were the norm, as well as synonymous with a modern style, the trend is changing in the opposite direction. A new era begins in which features such as curves and arches, once considered old-fashioned, return triumphantly. The explanation is quite simple - the curves are playful and fun. They reflect our desire for a welcoming, comfortable and also happy home. After the difficult years we have gone through, we need it.

black

 

As every designer knows, the use of color is a science itself and can dramatically change the aesthetics of a room. Colors evoke different moods in people and while one person may love the use of black, another may hate even the idea. Here are some ways to incorporate black into your home interior.

Japandi

 

If you are looking for the most trendy style in interior design then Japandi is the answer for you. It is a mixture of Scandinavian and Japanese decoration. It is very minimalist and combines natural materials, calm colors and clean lines. Although neither style is new, its combination is an innovation and seems to be on the rise in the coming years.

multi

 

We have talk in the past about the "tiny house movement". In the context of ecological concern, the tendency for material and resource economy is increasing. Modern houses are shrinking, spaces are being integrated and becoming multifunctional.