There are so many benefits of having quality glazing installed in your home, whether it’s a conservatory or simply updating your windows. From increased security to improved energy efficiency, there are plenty of reasons to ensure that your glass is kept up to date.
What’s also worth considering though is how you can use interior design trends to add personality to your space, and make your house a home. Here, we’ll take a look at some of the hottest trends of 2019, and consider how you can make them work for you.
@LivingEtc commented, “Fringing is the retro look that’s back with a bang. The Autumn/Winter 18 catwalks were awash with fabulous tassel designs that swung and swayed their way down the catwalks. The embellished looks is also proving popular with interiors, with the trend making its way onto cushions and curtains, mirrors and lamps”.
To bring this look into your home, look out for fringed curtains in your chosen colour scheme. They’re simple and stylish, but can also make a fabulous talking point. Of course, if you love the result, you can add in extra fringed pieces to bring the look together.
Palm prints have been fashionable for quite some time, and the trend shows no signs of dying off anytime soon. It’s vibrant, it’s fun, and it doesn’t have to be contained to your wardrobe.
Again, it’s a great option for curtains. Choose a background colour that matches your existing items, and don’t be scared to go bold. On a sunny day, your palm print décor will really get its chance to shine, and you’ll be reminded of your favourite summer holidays.
Houseplants make a fantastic addition to any home. They can help to purify the air, and even if you don’t have green fingers, there are plenty of options which are low maintenance and easy to keep alive.
If you’ve been to a hip bar or café recently, you’ll probably have noticed how popular they are amongst fashionistas. If you have a conservatory, they’re a particularly good option. They’ll match practically any existing furniture or design pieces that you have, making them the no-fuss option.
Many people feel overwhelmed when it comes to interior design, because they assume that everything should be carefully curated and complementary. If this sounds like you, then you’ll be pleased to know that eclectic designs are very much on trend right now.
More is more, and you shouldn’t be afraid to experiment. It’s fine to choose colours that clash, or pick items simply because they’re fun and they bring you joy. Remember that there are no real rules when it comes to how your home should look.
Of course, following interior design trends can be exciting. It’s important though that you have the basics in place, and that you’re working with the right blank canvas. If you’re thinking of updating your glazing, we can help you. Contact us today to discuss your options.