Interior / June 21, 2018 / .
Moving into a new home is incredibly exciting. The interior decorating is fresh and full of possibilities. You can do anything you want. However, once all the furniture starts to come into the house, without a plan in mind, the task of finding a place for every possession can be daunting. How in the world will that couch fit anywhere. What about all these knick knacks. The bookshelf is a lot taller than I remember. To ward off any potential panic, before moving day it is important to get a grip on all the possessions and the best resting place for each.
Mirrors are another key element of vintage design. A large mirror can open up the space and the frame can add to the décor of the room. Sunburst mirrors are also a great addition to vintage room decor. Once popular in the 1930s, new designs are coming back to reflect the eras style. They are certainly a talking point of any room.
Ask any interior designer, and they will tell you that one of the easiest ways to beautify a room is to add greenery or florals. An adorable bar cart will look classy on its own, but the vase of eucalyptus really pulls the look together. Fill the empty nooks and crannies in your home with indoor trees, seasonal bouquets or some wallet, friendly greenery to give every room a designers touch.
When it comes to color, think bold. Not only will turquoise and green colors remain popular as they have been, but various hues of bright pink will reign. Also, subdued colors such as sage green, barn red and mocha brown will increase in popularity. And do not be surprise to see close to neon colors being used for outdoor furniture. From lime green and vibrant orange to a shocking Caribbean blue, these colors will add instant energy to an outdoor space. And, who would have thought wallpaper would make a comeback. Well, it has and will continue to be a great way to add a bold pattern to a room without adding expensive artwork.