Keeping up with the latest décor trends can be hard at times, but don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Check out our list of the hottest interior design trends, from mixed metallics, to bone-inlays and terrazzo tiles, you will surely find something that fits perfectly inside your house.

Bone Inlay: Bone-inlaid furniture brings a wow factor to every room thanks to their intricate and artisanal patterns.

bone inlay console
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The beautiful bone inlay design style has its roots in the Indian culture. Because of their unique patterns and intricate designs, they are the easiest way to create a focal point in a room. A bone inlay side table, console, or dresser will quickly become be the most stylish statement piece in your house.

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Mixed Metallics: Forget about those days when mixing metallics was a fashion faux pas. Instead, try to combine different metals, with different textures, in order to create the perfect match. Think outside the box, and don’t stop only for gold or silver – iron, the so called neutral of the metallic world can be a great choice if you are looking to tone down a palette and add a darker element.

mixed metallics interior design

Big Wall Art: If up until now gallery walls were in style, in 2018, large-scale posters, paintings or prints made a huge comeback. An abstract landscape, with touches of electric hues can add just the right amount of colour to a room and complete the design.

interior design wall art
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Moody Interior Paint Colors: This year, dark interior paint colours are a must. Although white walls are indeed timeless, the colour of your accent furniture can pop if you choose a darker shade of navy, grey or green as the background.

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Sun Bleached Wood: The weathered gray wood trend is officially dead. These days sun-bleached wood in soothing brown tones is quickly becoming the overall favorite.

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Terrazzo is the New Marble: Terrazzo is made with chips of marble, quartz, granite, or even glass set into a matrix of concrete or epoxy resin. It is a durable composite material that just like marble is perfect for countertops, backsplashes, and floors. Even better, terrazzo is available in an unlimited range of colours and various patterns.


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