2018 is on, and if you feel like changing something in your home decor, it’s high time to have a look at some current trends. We’ve surfed through the whole Pinterest to find what’s on now and what you can try to add an edgy feel to your home. Ready to see all of these ideas? Let’s go!
More and more homeowners pay attention to their bathrooms making them larger and more stylishly decorated because a bathroom is an oasis of relaxation where you can chill, read a book, have some wine while having a bath and even get some spa treatments – there are such possibilities, too! To give your bathroom a spa feel, use a variety of natural materials like stone, wood, marble or even go for concrete – it’s also used in modern spas. Make a steam room or a sauna, place a free-standing bathtub to enjoy relaxation. If you don’t want any costly solutions, just add a stylish towel stand or side table of natural wood, place luxurious soaps, shampoos, candles, aroma sticks and other stuff – voila, that’s all you need!
Terrazzo trend appeared last year, it was literally everywhere, and in every designer’s collection. This year it continues to shine due to many advantages like durability, bold looks, a large variety of colors and prints, and a reasonable price. Terrazzo can be used not only outdoors but also indoors, and kitchens and bathrooms are the hottest places to use it. Kitchen countertops, backsplashes, bathroom walls, floors and showers clad with terrazzo are a gorgeous and edgy idea. Rock terrazzo wallpaper wherever you want. If you don’t want any expensive changes, just get some accessories for a trendy look. Ready to make them yourself? Look for terrazzo-inspired DIYs here.
We used to stick to one metallic shade for a space but not mixing them is okay both for outfits and for home decor to reduce the costs and time for looking for pieces with the same metal. How to mix them right? Choose the main shade and then add some touches of another metal or even metals, keep them in the same finish. Such looks are nice for any space: a kitchen, bathroom, living room, bedroom. If you want to find out more details to mix metals right, head over to our roundup about it.