Whit, Black and Grey may still be the neutral of choice for many interiors, but colour is set to be bolder this year. On the walls and furniture pieces, to the sofa colour choices or on the big piece art. Moody interiors are more popular than ever, too, with ultra violet, navy and striking emerald green all key colours for 2018.
Vintage is still coming back in 2018. Why not to Pair these with Brohemian style and that's the easy way to rock. Bring in black, deep brown and petrol blue tones to the all-white palette and adds on the wood and metal furniture with an industrial look and feel. Tribal, geometric patterns on cushions, rugs and bedding its been a winner for a while. At the last shop for some copper pendant lights to give it the unique and charming calmness.
The resort inspired bathroom is leading the trend for 2018. A Big, free-standing, classic sinks will be the statement of your bathroom. The rattan furniture are on the rise, with saves for “spa bathrooms”.
When it comes to materials, cosiness is the key to all. Plush rugs, thick throws and soft cushions will make an ordinary house into an inviting home. Wool, while at times pricey, is the perfect cosy material to deck out your place.
As for the kitchen, welcome and embrace dark wood. Traditional kitchens of white, creams and greys are losing their"timeless", while deep wood is the way forward. It may be difficult to transition your kitchen from light shades to dark tones, but with a little inspiration and an open mind, it can be achieved. Another look that has paved its way into popularity for 2018 is concrete. Authentic and robust in texture, this sleek range reflects a strong modern, urban aesthetic, giving a cool edge to any contemporary environment.