Luxury home design means creating high-end, high-quality living spaces for a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle. Properties like those on the Coronado Cays real estate market are typically spacious, with large windows, high ceilings, and open floor plans. These substantial spaces provide plenty of natural light and a sense of openness, which means there are many ways for homeowners to decorate their abode. Whether you want to buy a new home, sell your current home, or simply breathe new life into your existing space, these trends capture the essence of luxury design while reflecting your style and preferences.
Curvy furniture and the continual rise of bouclé
Your home is a sanctuary, a peaceful getaway from the hustle and bustle of life. Creating this serene atmosphere can be as easy as decorating your space with furniture featuring round curves versus boxy and rectangular shapes. Circles and arcs exude a sense of calm while also promoting connection. Whether it be guests, friends, or family, it is easier to open up and connect as there is less separation between you when not boxed in by the space.
Large and bold lighting fixtures
There are many ways to incorporate your style and taste into interior design, especially with lighting fixtures. Although you can always buy a traditional lamp or add recessed lighting to brighten a room, large unique fixtures making a statement have come back into style. So hang up a bold chandelier, or add a backlight on your mirrors, to make a statement with your home.
Pops of color and soft color palettes
Depending on your preference, two distinct color palettes are trending this year. The first is a pop of color in a room full of neutrals, preferably vibrant shades, like a bright orange or deep emerald green. The second color palette is a more gentle approach to adding color to your space through a light, pastel shade, with light blue being one of the top choices.
Celebrating exposed details
The appreciation of the original features of a house motivates many homeowners to preserve or highlight these elements. One popular choice is exposed brick, typically around the home's fireplace. There is also lots of furniture showcasing utilitarian design quirks instead of trying to hide away the pieces keeping them from falling apart.
Homes with multi-functional spaces
With many more people working from home now, a house must promote a productive environment while allowing the homeowner to relax. Creating areas and rooms for more than one purpose, or having a variety of amenities available at your fingertips, has led to the rise of at-home gyms, offices, and more. Many people are also looking to be able to entertain guests at their homes and want a fun, inviting space for these gatherings.
Bringing the indoors to the outdoors
Reconnecting with nature is a major trend for interior design, with one popular trend being outdoor living rooms. There are a variety of layouts to choose from, such as creating distinct outdoor patio sections designed like traditional indoor living rooms. Other options include building spaces that seamlessly blend the living room into the back patio through elements such as retractable screens.
Designing eco-friendly features
More and more homeowners focus on including sustainable and eco-friendly features in their homes. A few standard methods include using environmentally-friendly materials and energy-efficient features like solar panels or geothermal heating and cooling systems.
Incorporating these trends in your home
Even though indulging in the latest trends can be fun, it is equally important to consider how it will fit into your taste and lifestyle. The person with the ultimate say is you. Feel free to experiment with something new. Whether revamping your current space or decorating your new home, these design trends will bring a beautiful look to your living area.
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