The year ahead: Interior Design 2018
We combed through the latest interior design and home decor reports to find the best in design for 2018. We’re seeing a push from minimalist, Scandi-inspired design and a pull towards daring maximalism. Consumers are growing bored of cookie-cutter, perfectly curated interiors and are longing to express themselves with contrasting textures, patterns and design influences.
Neutrals will always be design staples but we can appreciate the new-found fearlessness for bold color that 2018 promises. Color palettes are increasingly vibrant, saturated and moody with bold deep colors and jewel tones.
Featured: Hanky Panky Occasional Chair, The Last Word Mirror, Ramos Fizz Side Table, Rob Roy Coffee Table, Black Russian Computer Table, Kir Royale Buffet
Darker woods go from retro glam to modern luxe in 2018. Think richer woods like mahogany, dark oak and walnut.
Featured: Rob Roy Coffee Table
Metal accents remain as popular as ever but luxurious brass in particular gives an organic feeling and overshadows rose gold and copper in 2018.
Featured: Monaco Chest, Meridian Sofa, Cascade Bookcase, White Lady Fireside Chair, Gibson Side Table, Ramos Fizz Side Table, Rob Roy Coffee Table
Softer, organic lines are taking over 2018. Curved furniture, including curvaceous sofas, are inviting and sensuous expressions of a new shift towards maximalism.
Featured: Meridian Sofa, Gibson Side Table, Ramos Fizz Side Table
Decorative design elements add dimension and texture to any space. Think ornate inlaid mosaic patterns, terrazzo, and concrete accents.
Featured: Torton Architectural Console Table, Torton Architectural Coffee Table, Torton Architectural Square End Table, Swerve Mosaic Square End Table, Anthony Sofa