The interior design trends for 2018 present a wide range of possibilities that will certainly allow everyone to find a comfort point that will make them find the perfect style for a dream home.
Violet is the colour of the year, as widely mentioned on several websites ... but in 2018, it does not come alone! There are several tones and textures that promise to give the new year a universe of senses and feelings.
To know more about this year's trends and how you can use each of them for painting the rooms in your house, do not hesitate to browse through our recommendations.
1. Technology and texture
Objects that go back in time, technological and minimalist textures are part of the trend for 2018. The pale shades of pink unite with the strong blue turquoise and as a combination promise to add colour to the walls of your home in a minimalistic way. Fabrics - such as sofas or curtains - will be good options for investing in these colours.
2. Nature at home
The colour green is back in 2018 and it will suit any room. This colour, associated with hope, carries with it the memory of the most telluric spaces and can be included on the walls or by the introduction of decorative objects.
Green is also associated with peace, tranquility and well-being so it can be included in your favourite items of furniture.
3. Luxury and vibrancy
Two tones that join the trends for 2018 are yellow and bordeaux. These are vibrant colours that promote joy and sophistication and can be included in small details within your home.
Choose the most neutral tones for the common rooms and give personality to the more personal rooms with the more vibrant options through these tones.
4. A cry for freedom
Pink and purple are two colours that you will want to include in your home if your desire is to follow the trends for 2018.
These tones tend to be more girly, thus they bring with them a feeling of warmth and beauty, which will go well with wallpaper or on small textiles.
5. Wooden elegance
Part of the interior design trend in 2018 is also the return of golden and brown colours. This trend can easily jump from colours to textures, leading us to think of metal decorations and wooden furniture.
Together, they create a kind of earthy refinement, where the touch of luxury permeates the timeless tradition of wood. A great option this year.