Interiors Trends | 2018

Interiors Trends | 2018
January 1, 2018 SydneyDesignSchool

Pinterest reveals the top interiors trends for 2018

With over 4 billion ideas for interiors and home on Pinterest – and growing at a rate of 75% each year – we take notice when they publish the Pinterest 100. This annual list of the 100 hottest trends across 10 categories is formulated from popular pins and trending searches and is a telling barometer of current interests.

With 2018 upon us it’s timely to share the top 10 interiors trends. Roll over the images for the full reveal.

Interiors trends

Resort-inspired style.

Spa-inspired bathrooms and rattan furniture bring the vacay vibes home (saves for “spa bathrooms” +269%)

Photo: Armelle Habib for Marmoset Found.

Terrazzo trend

Hello terrazzo.

The forgotten flooring of the ’70s is brightening up ceilings, entryways and everything in between (saves for “terrazzo” +316%).

Photo: Maison Kitsuné Paris.

The fifth wall.

A statement ceiling can transform a room from the top down with bold paint, striking wallpaper or intricate texture (saves for “statement ceilings” +310%)

Interior by Kelly Wearstler.

Bone inlay - trend

Beautiful to the bone.

Bone inlaid tiles take an ordinary piece from meh to marvelous with maximalism drama and geometric designs (saves for “bone inlay” +207%)

Photo: Fenton & Fenton

herringbone wood trend

Wood wins.

Wall tiles and flooring in shades of grey, or with a herringbone pattern, are versatile, add dimension and make any space more modern (saves for “herringbone patterns” +131%)

Large scale art

Wall art is big.

Bye, blank space! Large posters, works of art and photography prints are blowing up (saves for “big wall art” +637%)

Interior: INT2 Architecture.

Statement front doors - interiors trends 2018

Statement doors.

A colorfully painted front door, or friendly message on a mat, is the new way to welcome guests (saves for “colorful doors” +121%).

Photo via My Domaine.

Trends - patterned plants

Patterned plants.

Houseplants, like the popular prayer plant, go beyond green with vibrant, patterned foliage and flashes of color (saves for “patterned plants” +533%).

Photo: Herz and Blut.

Mixed metals trend 2018

The magic of metallics.

Metals mesh with any color palette, but to really amp up a space, mix different finishes together (saves for “mixed metals” +423%)

Kartell Precious Collection chairs.

From expansive wallpapered ceilings to the addition of small plants these interiors trends predictions have the potential to shape spaces in 2018. Which of them will you adopt?

2018 trend: sage

Sage advice.

Soften up a space with sage, the new neutral (saves for “sage” +170%)

PhotoAndreas Mikkel Hansen via Bo Bedre.

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