Five Interior Design Trends for Creating your Dream Home
Interior design is an evolving field with trends and styles changing rapidly. If you're in the market to design your dream living space than consider these on-trend tips, from internationally renowned Elle Decor Magazine, before you make your final design choices. As always, if you need assistance designing your living space, feel free to consult the experts at Landmass London for elegant answers to all your design dilemmas.
When it comes to interior design in 2013, Elle emphasizes several modern design tips including; 1) Brass: Calling it "the metal of the moment" Elle designers emphasize the rich, modern tones and structural integrity of brass as ideal for a variety of unique fixtures such staircases and lighting elements. 2) Green: Emerald is so on-trend that it was named "Color of the Year" for 2013! Shades of green ranging from forest to lime are popular due to their eye-catching tones and design flexibility. Green can create a soothing environment or add excitement to a white palette. Look for green accents in the form of rugs, paintings, vases and cushions or go all the way and paint the whole room in your favorite shade! Contact us for more interior design tips or to see a complete list of properties available for purchase. Telephone: +44 20 7235 83453) Embellished walls: With a nod to the historically rich elements of Asian decor, embellished walls have never been more on-trend. Intricate designs featuring beaded patterns, tapestried wallpaper, glass wall-hangings and detailed painted designs add depth and elaborate conversation pieces to any room. 4) Lace: While lace has never truly been out of style, favor for the delicate, romantic touch of lace tablecloths, cushions and curtains is more evident than ever. 5) Beige: If your preferred decorative style is soothing, calm and refreshing than using beige as your primary, decorative color is guaranteed to provide a soothing color palette. Its instant elegance is classy and soothing while the neutral tones legitimately go with everything! It's also highly versatile and can be beautifully accented with bolder tones and various textiles to keep a room interesting