Biophilic design is about making our home feel like nature. It uses things like plants and natural materials, like wood, to make us feel happier and calmer.
The main elements of minimalist decor include simple furniture, neutral color combinations, and a “less is more” thought.
Eco-friendly and sustainable decor has become more popular as environmental concerns escalate.
At the other extreme of the design spectrum, maximalism is a style that uses bright colors, complex patterns, and a variety of materials to produce an eye-catching and eclectic environment.
Fashion trends from earlier years, such as older styles and old-fashioned are reappearing. This includes art deco, the middle of the century modern, and even the ’80s and ’90s memory.
Adding depth and contrast to interior spaces by combining metals such as brass, copper, and matte black has become more common than hanging to just one metal finish.
As the amount of remote work increases, designated home office spaces are important.
To make a space feel warm and welcoming, warmer color schemes with natural colors are being used, such as terracotta, olive green, and deep blue.