If you’re one one of the many people who have turned the coronavirus lockdown into an opportunity to turn your hand at interior design, then there’s few better places to find inspiration than Instagram.
Where the Instagram interior design influencers lead, the rest of the world follows, so it’s a fantastic hunting ground for inspiration. We’ve found our favourite ideas, from the bold to the muted and the singularly modern interior trends to bring standout accents to your home.
Top Interior Trends
Floating shelves are a clean and minimal way of creating a fantastic statement in limited space. Keep accessories minimum, a pared-back look makes the perfect ‘shelfie’ for your insta-feed.
With the rise of Zoom cocktail hours and virtual drinks with friends, a vintage styles drinks cart must be the ultimate stay-at-home feature. Get that Great Gatsby-style glamour for your growing collection of bottles and cocktail tools.
Macrame wall hanging
A macrame wall hanging will bring a rustic feel to your home. It forms an original and slightly bohemian piece with a textural appeal that stands apart from other clusters of artwork, books and mirrors.
Conjure up that boutique hotel-style luxury with a freestanding bath, complete with accessories to match. A freestanding bath is a centrepiece that all other design details in the room must live up to.
You can’t go far wrong with an authentic Moroccan rug. Get yourself a White Russian from your bar cart, and admire how your rug really ties the room together! The neutral colour palette makes a real impact in this room, accented by tactile flourishes of straw, wood and wicker.
Ceramic tiles are just so beautiful and ornate, and the scope for colour-popping is limitless. Have a browse around Instagram, Pinterest or Etsy for pattern inspiration.
Reclaimed wood furniture
Rustic wood furniture is an excellent way to maintain the upcycling trend that appears to be here to stay.
A feature wall is a very clever idea of gathering up all the mismatched photos, prints and frames without them looking random and out of place. Move them around until you get the look you want, and be creative with a mixture of textures and colours.
Replacing internal doors is a very quick and simple way of giving a room a whole new look. There are many styles and materials that will complement any room. Made to measure doors will also help keep your home warm and efficient in colder weather.
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