2016 Interior trends for your home
Interior Door Systems reveal our top interior trend picks for 2016, from the bedroom to the hallway, we have it covered.
Geometric prints have been around for thousands of years, from the Ancient Greeks to the Moroccans, and now into 2016 and beyond. Geometric prints give any dull room an instant modern update, bold patterns splattered throughout the home are proving extremely popular, especially within the kitchen in the form of colourful geometric tiles. Subtle accents in the office in the form or rugs and glass panelling create a stylish work space without being too loud.
Sustainable interior products are set to infiltrate the market this year. In recent years upcycling has become increasing popular throughout the design community, resulting in numerous new designs incorporating vintage materials. Sustainable products will allow designers to create beautiful new interior pieces whilst providing environmental and social benefits over the products life cycle whilst fitting in with a modern aesthetic.
Hand crafted artisan goods
Hand crafted and artisan goods made by a skilled trades person result in beautiful products available in a range of organic textures and materials, which are environmentally conscious, yet work well alongside the overall aesthetic of a modern space. In recent years there has been a craft boom throughout the UK due to sites such as Etsy and Folksy, resulting in a plentiful selection of accessible artisan goods available on the British craft market.
Over the last few years interiors have seen a vast increase in the use of copper materials throughout the home, from tap fittings to coat hangers, copper took over homewares in 2015. Looking ahead to 2016 metallic materials in the home come a broader range of shades, now featuring warm shades of gold and bronze alongside silver and copper. Using a mixture of metallic shades throughout the home instantly brings any room up to date in a stylish yet simple way.
Bringing the outside in
Bring the outside in with a selection of house plants, from succulents to vascular plants, a green shrub will improve air quality whilst adding a bold feature, structure, shape and a natural element to any room. Subtropic specimens thrive in the home as they grow well in warm conditions with sparse natural light, moisture and air circulation.
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Published 25th Jan 2016
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