Although the reddish gleaming metal is not entirely unknown in interior design, it will be used more often in the coming year – in particular in kitchens and furniture and for decorating lamps, candlesticks or vases.
2. Dark kitchens
Kitchens are always an important highlight when it comes to interior design trends. In 2016, natural wood and copper elements will be used more often to decorate this central space. The new trend: dark kitchens, ranging from dark grey to black. This may take some getting used to, but bestows an elegant and luxurious touch.
3. Green tones
Another new trend: green tones, especially in the bedroom – from moss green and fern to all the other variations found in nature. Green tones will also form the basis for a wide range of accessories that draw on graphic elements from the forest or even the jungle.