With the arrival of a new season, new trends appear and many others go. So if you’re stepping into autumn on the right foot and looking to add a modern touch to your home decor, this article is for you. We have compiled a list of trends that will continue to prevail in the coming months and another that will no longer be used.
WHAT STAYS: DECORATE WITH PLANTS
Plants not only bring significant benefits to our health and mood but also add a touch of natural life and an attractive touch of colour to every home corner. Pothos, ficus, sansevieria and olive trees are some of the houseplants that are trending.
WHAT STAYS: NEUTRAL TONES
We can assure you that we will continue to rely on a series of neutral tones as the basis of the decoration, to later add small touches of colour through details and textile accessories such as cushions and plaids.
WHAT REMAINS: THE VALUE OF GOOD LIGHT
A good lighting project makes any interior stand out. To make an environment functional but also warm and comfortable, it is important to design a good lighting project for each space. In the bedroom, for example, we avoid installing lamps hanging over the beds. The trend is to create games of light, shadow and textures.
WHAT LEAVES: DIVIDING THE ROOMS
Neither low walls halfway up nor partitions that don’t reach the ceiling. There is an increasing tendency to create spaces as diaphanous as possible and if you want to delimit yes or yes, opt for sliding glass doors or enclosures that allow you to communicate or separate the environments according to your needs.
WHAT LEAVES: THE NEON LIGHTS
He who warns is not a traitor. This is one of the decorative trends that we announced in early 2022 that was going away. We confirm it: she removes posters and neon signs and replaces them with wall sculptures or decorative mirrors.
WHAT LEAVES: SUBWAY TILES
We’ve fallen in love with the charmingly rustic and vintage vibe that Subway tiles—those 10×20 rectangular and bevelled pieces in white—bring to interiors, but they’re also going out of style. All tired…