When you go to a furniture store, you may look at all the available options and wonder what might give your home some pop. If you're looking for some inspiration, give some consideration to these four trends in furniture.
Clean lines and uncluttered spaces in decor have made a big comeback in recent years. Some of this is influenced by the prominence of tech, especially with the aesthetics of products from companies like Apple dominating the larger design world. Another aspect of it is that people just want to declutter, and cleanly designed furniture is a good way to make a space look less packed. Mid-century modern, what TV viewers might think of as the Mad Men style, is also coming on strong.
If the extreme simplicity of modernism doesn't quite do it for you, but you do want to declutter, transitional design is an emerging trend to watch. The goal of transitional design in furniture is to utilize desirable traditional elements, such as patterns and textures, in conjunction with the better features of modernism, including simple lines and open spaces. Transitional furniture designs employ relatively muted colors, but they're generally not as sterile as the prevailing tech-centric version of modernism.
The Bohemian Trend
Employing a mixture of colors, patterns, and textures to create excitement is a tricky choice, but it can be a great way to liven up a room. The Bohemian furniture trend unapologetic embraces bright colors and loud patterns, and it sees nothing wrong with outright mismatches. If you want to get a little cluttered in your living space, the Bohemians won't judge you. Bohemian is a great choice for folks who just don't want to be too trendy and those who want to have a space that feels personal.
Rustic and Natural
Bringing nature into the home is a trend that never truly goes out of style. You don't have to turn your house into a barn in order to give it a rustic feel. In fact, one of the big trends in modernist design these is incorporating rustic and natural elements, such as wood trim, alongside clean lines. At the other end of the scale, you can use rustic materials in furniture designs to make a bold statement. For example, a large stump could be turned into an end table or a coffee table, creating an instant focal point for a room.Share