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Top 5 Décor Trends of all Time

 

Decoration trends are dynamic. Patterns which may seem classic today might not necessarily be classic tomorrow. It makes sense, thus, to decorate your condo with the state of timeless art décor. It means thus you will always be in harmony with design trends. You don’t have to make any significant changes to keep up with the latest décor trends as they will still come and go. In as much as we want classic designs of all time, change is good sometimes. It is particularly essential when you are in the real estate business. Are you planning to sell your condo? Making a few décor changes will give you the edge you need to soar above the competition. In this article, we discuss décor trends to consider during this festive season.

1.    Minimalistic designs

With falling stock prices and stagnant wages, not to mention if you are one of many whom have read The Life Changing Magic of Tiding Up, there is a growing popularity of the minimalistic design. There is an ever-increasing number of Canadian families and individuals who have been forced to reevaluate their purchases. As a result, buyers have become keener on essential and non-essential purchases now, more than ever before. Regardless, your home should always be warm and comfortable. You can achieve this by adopting a layered, textured look. Yarn ottomans, velvet sofas, and faux fur are some great ideas to pull this off

2.    Introduce organic elements

The world is rapidly moving towards urbanization. As a result, humanity is slowly losing touch with nature. As the year comes to an end, choose to make a difference rather than stand idly on the sidelines. Introduce organic elements into your home décor; use reclaimed wood, bamboo, cork, terracotta, and clay to introduce the much-needed touch of nature in your apartment.

3.   Use these faux products

This year is all about the faux-fur coat. But that’s not the only faux product trending right now. There are other faux materials such as manufactured grey floors, engineered quartz, faux wood beams and eco-leather. Use these products to introduce a feeling of timelessness into your home. These Faux materials are modern and look just like the originals.

4.    Forget DIY

Experts in the interior design industry think that DIY was a fantastic period that overstayed its welcome and has since become obsolete. It is the time to replace DIY with artistic products such as woodwork, porcelain, and glass. These are pieces that need high-level skills and detailed craftsmanship, and this makes them unique.

5.    Adopt the Greenery Color trend

The color of the year is still going strong.  Greenery has never disappointed. Leading minds in the interior design industry think that it is always one of the most persistent trends to try. For those planning to sell their condo, ensure you only display it through accent pieces. Don’t paint the entire walls with it as this will tend to go overboard

Whether you want to decorate your condo to impress potential buyers or you are just after creating a pleasant haven to dwell in, these trends will bring a feel of modernity to your space and place you above the rest.



 

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