As we head into summer, more living room interior design trends are emerging for 2018. We’ve complied a list of the top five design ideas to watch out for if you want to revamp your living space and stay ahead of the trends.
Shade selections are getting more daring with many homeowners transforming their living rooms with bright wallpaper, vibrant statement furniture and even fittings like internal doors. It’s not just bold colours proving popular either- deeper variants like navy, violet and emerald are popping up in our living rooms.
Furniture pieces are set to get darker as the previously popular pale, bleached woods are appearing less frequently in our living rooms in favour of the old-fashioned glam appeal of deeper woods. Combining dark wood furniture pieces and interior fittings with metal handles and hardware is thought to be an upcoming trend for 2018.
The days of the wall-mounted flat screen are over as we head back into the familiar territory of the television unit. The classic TV stand will now give your home some serious style points as well as improving practicality for rearranging the room layout easily and keeping your walls free for bold wallpaper and statement artwork.
Patterns in general are a continuing trend in home décor and rugs are the ideal choice to liven up a plain carpet or bare floorboards. Forget about feature walls- 2018 is all about feature floors!
Compact living and open plan spaces
New homes are commonly being built with smaller rooms than older houses, forcing homeowners to integrate clever storage solutions to best utilise compact living spaces. Another option is the trend of open plan living, using internal doors and room dividers to makeover the space.
XL Joinery has been helping homeowners refresh their interiors for more than 25 years with an innovative and constantly expanding product range. Our expert team can guide you from the design stage through to installing brand new internal doors in your home. For more information about our range of products or to arrange a free quote please get in touch on 01924 350 500.