Interior design trends vary according to tastes and current demands. If you’re decorating your new house, or simply feel inclined to update the look of your home, you might find it helpful to know about the popular styles for next year.
At Pure Palma, we’re also dedicated to comprehensively managing home remodelling projects. Turn your home decoration project in Mallorca into a success with these ideas:
White has always been a popular colour, most likely because it conveys a feeling of calm and serenity. It’s also a colour that attracts light, giving a sense of spaciousness and a pure, clean ambiance.
Another positive aspect of white is that it goes perfectly with any other colour. Grey tones will also still be on trend, together with beige, blue or green. Did you know that according to the Feng Shui green is a relaxing colour?
Bulbs are key when it comes to lighting. We’ll go with a retro look, with transparent coloured or stained glass bulbs, for lighting up our homes.
Paradoxically, the retro look along with LED technology is the perfect combination, giving a feeling of warmth, in addition to evoking the feeling of old incandescent lamps with tungsten filament.
Wood will continue being one of the top choices when it comes to materials for home decoration, in particular rustic and untreated wood. Metallic materials such as copper will feature in furniture and decorations.
Materials such as steel that give an industrial feel will also be en vogue, and next year, when making decorations, trends such as transforming everyday objects or recycled items will be in fashion as well. You can find these items in exclusive shops in Palma, or make them yourself.
We haven’t forgotten about what houses will look like in 2018: curtains, cushions and all of the soft furnishings in your home will give it more of a welcoming touch.
Velvet makes a comeback as an avant-garde trend. This smooth material symbolises power and wealth, and today, following the appearance of synthetic materials, it’s also cheaper and more versatile.
Homes will be full of colour next season: animals and exotic plants alongside random geometric patterns create a home full of contrasts. Remember that a well-decorated house improves the impression it leaves on potential buyers, increasing its sales value.