As the epidemic drags on, more and more people are spending time at home. Awareness of interior design is also increasing in popularity and people are starting to look for the best solutions for their homes.
MOIVAONHATOI updates you with new, promising interior design trends that will flourish in the future, compiled by ArchDaily.
1. Green Design Trends
To maintain a certain level of connection with nature. Green designs aim to integrate nature into the house as a measure to improve the living environment, health and human psychology. The interior design trend of adding trees and woods will be more and more popular in the near future.
2. Natural materials
The use of natural fibers such as rattan and wicker in furniture is becoming very popular in interior design. This traditional material is being used in chairs, rugs and lighting, which is blended and matched with more modern designs.
3. Soft Design
This new trend is led by furniture with rounded edges and tubular shapes. The tables, chairs and black are all curved, round to give the space a very youthful and fun look.
4. Dome Design
The arch is the hallmark of Western design and it is slowly making a comeback. This interior design trend makes the overall house very soft and light. Curved doorways, round windows and arched mirrors are added to many of today's designs.
5. Small study corner
Working from home has become very popular, especially during the pandemic. This has led to the emergence of small study nooks that are integrated into larger pieces of furniture, such as hidden in a closet or added to a bookshelf.
6. Kitchen cabinets without handles
The surface of the kitchen cabinet doors no longer appears with handles, so the overall is very seamless and polished. This interior design trend has replaced door handles with push pins, or handles integrated with cabinet edges.
7. Stairs with built-in furniture
Some interior design projects have added storage space or even integrated steps into a larger furniture design, such as a work area or shelving.
8. Colorful room eight
Along with the more frequent use of light and bold colors on walls and furniture, bathrooms are also starting to embrace color design trends in a bold but elegant, elegant way.
9. Open space design trends
Living spaces are becoming more open and flexible, with the separation between spaces becoming less apparent. Curtains, movable walls are becoming a new interior design trend.
10. Terrazzo Stone
The terrazzo we see today is a mix of large chips of marble, quartz, granite and glass, with less density and a more dramatic graphic look. We will continue to see this interior design trend throughout the years to come.