Interior design sees cycles just like any other industry which is good because everyone needs some variety in their life. Home additions in Atlanta are seeing distinct patterns this year, so learn more about them and what might be to come.
Tchotchkes and accessories are out and clean spaces and accents are in. Without clutter there is both, less to take care of for the sophisticated home dweller and more room to breathe. Minimalism celebrates light and air in a room as opposed to the physical objects.
Having a slightly different twist on minimalism, there was a movement in the 1950s that has made a comeback this year. The simplicity of the designs are modeled off of the more popular interior elements of Iceland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway.
Having one color in a room makes it easier for accent pieces to really pop, and it can mean that those you do choose to put on display get the attention they deserve. There are a lot of ways for people to be creative with this particular style, though the close-minded may think it’s boring and uninspired.
The 1950s really made a comeback in a big way this year, with mid-century modern (e.g., 1930s to 1960s) coming out in both furniture and graphic designs. With bold patterns and fabrics, these rooms can really make an impression on both the inhabitants and visitors.
It’s impossible to predict the future, but we’ll give it a shot. Predicted trends include more natural materials, like cane and abaca, as well as the use of destructible-proof fabrics. Vintage items that have been redesigned to look modern may be in high demand, as well as a surge in the demand for pastel colors.
Atlanta residential remodeling services love to keep up with the current trends, and Distinctive Remodeling Solutions can help keep you advised. Give us a call today to find out more about our services.