Summer Interior Design Trends
Summer is fast approaching which means the fun is about to begin! Summer is a time for new ideas and fresh vibes, so why not interpret this into your home décor and have some fun with your interior design? Here are 5 summer interior design trends to follow.
Bring the outside, inside
Bring nature indoors with furnishing made from natural materials or prints featuring trees, flowers or plants. Bringing the outside indoors is a big trend for summer. Allow more natural plants and décor into your home – not only do they look nice, but plants are proven to help boost your mood, productivity and creativity which is important when we’re spending so much time at home. Greenery in the form of tropical wallpaper, accessories and colour palettes brings a fresh feel to your home.
Built in seating
Seating that is built in adds a lot of character to any room. Having built in seating is also an excellent space saving technique. Whether you’re looking to add a cosy reading corner, maximise seating space, or create a unique dining area, built-in seating is a simple feature that makes a huge impact.
Make a statement with tiles
Statement tiles are in and white tiles are out in 2020. This summer we are seeing bold, patterned tiles being used in kitchens and bathrooms as backsplashes or from floor to ceiling. Statement tiles create a striking focal point to a room.
Don’t forget texture
2020 isn’t just about colours like previous years, this year we are seeing texture being used more and more to add something different to your rooms. A great look for the summer is laying up different textures in similar colours. This is the perfect trend if you are a fan of neutrals and is also another way to decorate your rooms without using too many colours. Cushions and blankets are an obvious way of doing this but bringing in textures with plants and prints is also a way to layer a room.
Organising your kitchen
Having a kitchen with smarter storage options is becoming more and more popular. Having smart storage gives your kitchen more flexibility and variety. Whether it’s because you have limited space in your kitchen or you love to embrace the clean and organised aesthetics, the clutter free kitchen style is more clear, summery, and brighter. From corner drawers to open shelving and kitchen islands with cabinets and storage units, the options are endless!