Autumn is here and winter is coming. If you’re planning to buy your first home during these seasons, you surely have to plan out how to beautify your home’s interior. And if you like to look at Pinterest boards for design ideas for almost anything, then you’re in for a treat with the latest home design trends.
Perhaps at this point, you’re either looking forward to beautifying your new home or still leading yourself towards buying your first home. It’s not a secret that applying for a mortgage is a long and crucial process but in the entirety of every home buying process, the fun part comes with decorating and making your new house become your home. Here are some of the best design trends to look out for:
Greens and Teals
Nature-like colors are definitely making its way back to the home design world. Green has been regarded as a regal color and it’s been known that green gives a relaxing vibe in the room. Play around with emerald greens. Teal, on the other hand, seems to be a trend that keeps on coming back as well.
There was once a time where floral wallpapers have taken the interior design trend by storm. This time, make your home’s beauty bloom through these attractive prints that would add color to your living room, your bedroom and everywhere else you want it to be.
Nothing screams luxurious better than velvets. And for autumn and winter, velvet is a perfect addition to your home design plans. Invest in soft-to-touch pieces like a velvet sofa or chair. If it costs too much, you can put in velvety throw pillows that add a luxurious touch to your furniture.
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Looks like the “back-to-basic” look in home design is also making waves. Wooden pieces, cork, ceramics, linen cloth, cream colored napkins, off-white rugs, and almost anything that adds an earthy look in your home. Other than that, you can add natural greens in the picture like potted plants, hanging plant ornaments and the like. A lot has been keeping houseplants in their homes lately and this trend is also beneficial to its residents. Houseplants, after all, act as a natural filter in the room.
Good Old Black and White
There’s nothing more classy or minimalist than monochrome tones. And if you’re a fan of this vibe then black and white hues are for you. If you want to play bold, you can try out striped monochrome pieces or decor or add a little gold and copper accents here and there for sophistication. Also, you can even put up black and white paintings and photographs in your walls.
It seems like millennial pink is definitely here to stay. This shade is perfect for those who are not entirely fans of darker tones. Plus this works well if you are aiming to add a vibrant mood and character in the room especially when winter finally homes.
If you want to create a nostalgic feel in your home, you can play with vintage pieces like restored wooden or metal tables or stools in your kitchen. You can also choose vintage tiles for your walls or floors on some of your rooms. You can also play with vintage drapes, mirrors, sheets, and pillows. Vintage memorabilia, art, and other decorative items can also put a vintage feel to a home.
But in the end, how you add beauty and character to your home should be up to you. After all the processes you’ve gone through from applying for a home loan to looking for a house to buy, it’s time to let your house be a place you would love to come home to every single day.
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