Experts view on latest real estate trends


   Posted on 5th Dec 2017 15:57:20 in InfraStructure

Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interiors of a space or building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the end user. And, in certain manners it is similar to the fashion industry — colors, fabrics, prints, and accessories go in and out of style. As every industry has it’s top rated personalities, it goes for interior design industry as well.
The New Yorker, KELLY WEARSTLER is the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior design. And, one of the top rated interior designers in India is SUNITA KOHLI, who created a furniture design company in 1971 and has diversified into architectural restoration, luxury structures and research based designing, since then. The most renowned project under her belt is the restoration of RashtrapatiBhawan.

As the weather shifts, trends also shift and thus there is no harm in making one or two changes in our houses as well. Here's what we predict will be "in" and "out".
Of course, remember to choose what you love, regardless of what might be in style.

Let’s roll with what is out!

1. All-White Interiors


2. Marble



A few marble touches here and there is acceptable and pleasing to eye. But, marble everywhere is little too much making it a bit tired.

3. Copper Home Accessories


In recent years markets are flooded with those super shiny and obviously fake copper accessories which makes the whole concept of copper home accessories dated.

4. Generic Furniture

Bland furniture sets are out of trend now. Now-a-days, people are mixing and matching furniture to achieve an amazing and unique look.

5. Subway tiles

All we can see in the bathrooms and kitchen commonly are subway tiles. It might be because of its affordable price point and versatile look. However, the proliferation of this look will see its popularity decline.

Now is the time to know about what’s in!

1. Velvet


Can you think of anything more soothing than velvet, I can’t! The specialty of this fabric is that it feels luxurious when combined with rough natural textures and smooth metals and ceramics. Visual interest and coziness comes along with it.



2. Brass




Brass is considered as the new copper, especially when incorporated into furniture in an overt way.

3. Dark Paint

dark paint

Forget classic white and gray! This year bring along with it DRAMA. With changing leaves of every season, dark colors are setting in.

4. Terra Cotta Tile



Terra cotta tiles are making their comeback. And, in one or other way they never left. You can also incorporate the classic earthenware to add warmth and character to your home.

5. Rounded furniture


Are you one those who felt furniture was a bit more squared? To excite you, No more hard edges from now on.

These are some of the latest trends in interior design industry. If you like any of these then do incorporate them in your checklist.

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