The world of interior decor and elegant furnishings is ever-changing. To keep up with the modern trend in your home is difficult or, in other words, a challenging task. We have arranged for you a mini list of stuff that just came in hot through the 21s.
1. Grand Millennial style of the 2000s
Something that came in the early 2000s and stuck on is the cane, wicker, and rattan trend. Everyday fashionistas worldwide are pumping out more and more furniture made from wickers, canes, and rattans. These are bold natural elements that are not going to fade away any time soon. With growing organic and eco-friendly consciousness among people, especially the Gen Zs and Gen Xs such trends that incorporate natural elements like cane, wicker, and rattan are here to stay. This furniture gives an airy feeling to your home with a dash of bright, vivid, earthy undertones. They are all made from branches of trees and therefore are environmentally friendly and lightweight.
2. Custom build furniture pieces
Gone are the days of prefabricated stock furniture. Now, order your customized furniture items that are built exclusively for you by your specifications. Everything these days are customer-centric. You do online shopping, Netflix a movie, or order a customized pizza for delivery. There is no difference between these industries and the furniture world. Today, you can purchase an amazing coffee table from some online modern furniture shops such as Homebuffet, fully customizable according to your style and demand. Industry experts attribute this change to a shift in consumers’ ideology that uniqueness is now more important than aesthetics or price.
3. House of vintages
The artistic infusion of a vintage piece into a contemporary setting of elegant modern decor is not a new thought. But in the past decade, things have taken a more drastic turn. Interior designers are now bringing back the old customized armchairs and room furnishings with recent changes. This will change the character of the room from a millennial one into a sophisticated and rich one.
4. Asymmetric shapes and sizes
Rectangular beds and L-shaped sofa sets have now been replaced by round beds and personalized asymmetric sofa settees with nonparallel edges. Symmetric features of furniture equal and a copy of the other are now replaced by distinct characteristics that provide uniqueness to the piece.
5. Shades of blues
Leading experts on house interior design declared the year to be the color – classic blue. Coincidentally though, another leading designer declared that blue was the new pink. Ever since almost all the furniture previewed in the brochures and next fall’s catalogs were in a hundred different hues of blue. So, to go with the flow, you have got to get on the wagon with blue furniture. Furniture designers label blue as the new grey or beige and mix it up with different combinations to attract new tastes.
Fashion and trends are hard to keep up with. It seems though every day, countless new trends and models are on the rise. If you prefer a trendy modern house, with furniture that has both fashion and function, catch up on these latest trends and revolutionize your living space.