Elle Decoration and Interior+Design told what Trends you should leave in 2018. A new generation of design enthusiasts have buried a fake industrial chic and loft-style, questionable “urban-country” brilliant hotel “glamour”. Finally went with a beige interior, replaced by color and ornament. Rational Danish design at its peak of popularity in Europe, but its thronging Italian maximalism.
The concept of “the decorated interior” is rapidly going out of fashion. People want to Express themselves designers. The idea of a stylized, deliberately decorated interior with “properly” placed still lifes seem to be obsolete.
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Ikat was a favorite of interior designers for many years. However, in 2019, the fashion prints with quirky intricacies will start to fade. If earlier ikat decor symbolized luxury, it is now perceived as too old-fashioned and pretentious.
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THE COLD GRAY TONES
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Grey is a universal color that gives a sense of stability and calm. Designers still love to use it as a base for a wide range, but in 2019 will become more bright and warm sudovye shades.
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Venetian terrazzo this year was decorated not only the floors of the Italian Villa. The trend quickly picked up by modern designers, and boards and composites with marble chips and colored glass appeared in the collections of various brands. In 2019 terrazzo will not be at the height of fashion and will yield to the brutal concrete and classic ceramics.
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“Making one of the walls in the room with bright Wallpaper or contrasting paint — beaten decorating technique that is time to forget” — says designer Studio Interiors Halden Franklin Kesha (Kesha Franklin). There are many other ways to arrange the accents so that it looked bored, and solid walls provide the perfect backdrop for interesting decor elements.
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Everyone remembers the Romanian wall of “Mirage” cherry blossom, one of the main will of the Soviet era. Longing for those days is so strong that some continue to use the cherry tree still, most often in the kitchen. In 2019 it’s time to give it up even when you create the interior in a traditional style.
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“A trend that should definitely stay in the past, it’s macramé. Of course, I love the decor in the hippie style of the 1970s, and wicker panels look nice, but they don’t place in the bedroom,” said Amy Sklar.
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