Interior Design Trends: Which Patterns You Must Use this Spring
During our preparation for the Spring, we’ve talked about which materials you should use and what colors you should use. And for you to keep up with the latest interior design trends, you should also know which patterns you should be using in your home decor this Spring.
Black and white is the classic color combination that makes any room sophisticated, timeless and chic. From horizontal stripes to graphic floor tile, black and white stripes make a major comeback this spring.
If you prefer to introduce into your home black and white stripes gradually, you can add this pattern only in your rugs or in your artwork, combining it with a unique modern floor lamp. The one in the picture is Turner floor lamp by DelightFULL. The final look will take your house to another level.
IMAGE CREDIT: Lonny
Black and white stripes can instantly add interest to an otherwise basic space. Keep other accessories simple to allow for maximum visual impact.
Butterflies are a huge trend for this spring. These ephemeral creatures bring a touch of fantasy to everything from fabrics to fashion. Therefore, the butterfly is no longer designated to children’s rooms.
IMAGE CREDITS: Elle Décor
Butterflies can also add a innocent drama to your home décor. In this bedroom, the stunning chandelier by Koket embraces the wild side of this rare animal, with its delicate metal butterflies hover in the air in perfect harmony composing an overblown dramatic silhouette.
IMAGE CREDITS: The New York Times
The key thing to remember when using geometric patterns is that you’re using them in order to complement your design, so play with your patterns’ shape and colors until you feel it fits your home décor.
You should find a balance to give that stunning look to a modern home decor by using geometric patterns. So, if you’re using a lot of patterns in a bold, vibrant way, adding in some complementary white space and simpler elements can help to keep it legible and too overwhelming.
IMAGE CREDITS: These Fine Walls
Mixed Patterns were first spotted at New York Fashion Week and it’s a trend that will appear even more in home décor this spring. So don’t be afraid to use patterns to make a room pop.
IMAGE CREDITS: Dering Hall
Don’t forget that your patterns need to complement one another, so if one is bold, the other shouldn’t be too busy.