Whether you’re renovating or just looking to invest in new furniture, you have to check out these 2018 interior design trends first! Ranging from full interior decorating to even the smallest touch, following these trends will avoid investing in dated choices and ensure your house stays beautiful and updated for longer.

Ready for what’s next in the world of interiors? Continue reading!

Dark Moody Interiors

Elegant and cozy.
Elegant and cozy. Source: Apartment Therapy

Forget those bright white rooms, the next big thing is dark, moody interiors. Not only is the decor easier on the eyes, but it’s also more elegant, stylish, and inviting, while making people feel cozier and more comfortable. It’s much better to rest in a more intimate room after a whole day in a bright office.

Get the look:

Black, emerald green, and chile red are perfect to create an intimate and cozy atmosphere.

Textured Walls

Textured walls are the next big thing!
Textured walls are the next big thing! Source: Harper’s Bazaar

Just painting walls is not enough. For 2018 you need to be bold, be brave, and discover what hides underneath the paint coat. Bring out the best of your place by trying out different decorative wall techniques, which imitates old walls, concrete, metal, bricks, drawings, etc.

The different texture can make any bland room overflow with drama and intensity!

Brass

Here you can see brass on the frames, light fixtures, and table.
Here you can see brass on the frames, light fixtures, and table. Source: Style by Emily Henderson

Lately the brass trend has been growing stronger and it won’t slow down. It can be seen everywhere: from the kitchen to the bedroom, in all sorts of furniture and objects.

Get the look:

Light fixtures and handles are the easiest ways to add the trend, but you can also add brass to tables, frames, mirrors, poufs, etc.

Mixed Materials

Marble and wood is a great combination
Marble and wood is a great combination. Source: Norma Budden

Mixing strong earthy materials will always be popular, but the trend is getting even stronger for 2018. Wood and marble combinations are seen everywhere, especially in the kitchen, but you can also make the blend by layering timbers with different species for flooring, furniture, etc.

Colourful Kitchens

You can also go for darker, but still colorful hues, like this green.
You can also go for darker, but still colorful hues, like this green. Source: Gold is a Neutral

Kitchens have been traditionally all-white for years now, but the look is getting too bland. Following the trend of moody interiors and mixed materials, you can have some fun incorporating bold hues to make the space stand out.

Incorporating the trend:

If you’re not a fan of bright tones or too much color, you can try painting a cupboard in your favorite hue and add warm wood tones to the rest of the kitchen.

Concrete

Concrete brings that stylish industrial feeling.
Concrete brings that stylish industrial feeling. Source: Fiona Andersen Photography

Concrete sinks and flooring have been all over this year’s interiors, but for 2018 the raw material is making its way into the entire house. Think of:

  • Furniture
  • Decorative accessories
  • Wallcoverings
  • Countertops
  • Tiles
  • Etc.

Big and Bold Floral Wallpapers

Doesn’t it look incredible?
Doesn’t it look incredible? Source: QSYRW

If you’re a fan of floral prints, this will be your favorite trend. Floral wallpapers have always been a popular choice, but they’re bolder and bigger than ever in 2018’s interiors.

Focus on high-contrast colors and oversized blooms, which will instantly add style to the room, creating a very interesting - and unforgettable - focal point.

Warm Neutrals

Warm colors will make the house much cozier.
Warm colors will make the house much cozier. Source: Design De Maison

While 2017 was all about cool neutrals, things are warming up for 2018. Instead of greys, now is the time to focus on warm neutrals that bring that sense of quiet strength and calmness, commonly associated with earth elements.

Go for tones like:

  • Camel
  • Rust
  • Tobacco
  • Brown-blacks
  • Dark red
  • Burnt Yellow
  • Rich beige

These rich and warm tones will contrast with our minimalist and technological age, making our homes feel more welcoming and inviting.

Dark Wood

Dark wood can make any room more elegant.
Dark wood can make any room more elegant. Source: Homes To Love

Following the trend of dark moody interiors, dark wood will make a big comeback in 2018. Instead of the Scandinavian style and blond woods that we’ve seen in the recent years, now it’s the time to think of Rosewood, Walnut, Mango Wood and Shou Sugi Ban, which have that wonderful dark surface look.

Earthen Luxury

Bring nature’s elements into your home.
Bring nature’s elements into your home. Source: My Domaine Home 

In the age of technology, the incorporation of organics and earthy tones into our home fulfill that desire to reconnect with nature and return to a simpler way of life. Organic materials and traditional handcrafts are the perfect elements to add in 2018.

Bonus: Greenery

Greenery is always a trend!
Greenery is always a trend! Source: Trendland 

With organic materials and earthy tones being a huge hit in 2018, adding plants and flowers to your home is a great way of updating the space and adding that outdoor feel. They bring nature’s best without overpowering your home. Just make sure to water them accordingly and check out for any sign of pests.

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