The design trends of 2018 seem to be quite bright! Lighting and lighting fixtures are a large focus of interior design. That along with a more natural look that focuses on bringing local area elements into the home are currently trending.
Throughout homes in 2018, you can expect to see more and more design elements from local artists and small businesses, especially when it comes to light fixtures. The trend is veering away from the tech savvy look of 2017 to more of a natural and artistic appearance. This includes large art pieces, creating gallery walls in the home as well as large light fixtures. This artisan trend is one we can really get behind here at NextHome Priority. It helps support local businesses and the local artistasans. Their pieces can be found at local businesses such as Antique Up, Emy J’s. Q Gallery, Riverfront Arts Center, Judah Studios, and Mission Coffee House.
Alongside the artisan elements, interior design is going back to a more natural look including stone, copper, granite, dark wood, and concrete. Copper in particular is something you can expect to see more of specifically in accents throughout the home including faucets, wall pieces, and light fixtures. Mixing these natural elements together in the kitchen is something that will be in high demand. Home owners can try mixing different sizes and colors in order to personalize their space while remaining stylish. Bold kitchens that make a statement with mixed natural elements and unique light fixtures may be the biggest trend of 2018, however these trends can also be carried over to the living room.
The advice to hang onto clothes as they are sure to come back into style seems to be true for home décor in your living space as well. In 2018, many old styles are making a comeback including 70’s chic, burnt yellow, geometric patterns and even velvet! Curvy, colorful chairs, fringe, and bold, color rich patterns are seen throughout the home. Vintage lighting, including aged copper used as accent pieces throughout the living room are being used as a way to add functional character to high traffic areas.
Whether you are trying to give your house an edge on showings or perhaps just impress your friends and families with your space, implementing even just a few of these ideas can help modernize your living space.