When it comes to condo design trends, staying on top of the styles and décor is key. Trends are constantly changing and because of this, designing your condo can be quite challenging. Luckily for you, we have put together a list of new trends so you can be sure your condo will look better than ever.
Adding emerald greens, sapphire blues and amethyst purples gives your condo an earthy theme. Jewel tones are a popular choice for living rooms and bedrooms in particular. They add a sophisticated touch to any space.
Integrating wood and stone into your condo brings a natural vibe to your home. The combination of organic materials and colours leads to a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere.
They’re a great way of bringing the outdoors in, especially if you don’t have a garden. They’re very low maintenance plants and make for the perfect center piece for your table. With so many different variations to choose from, you can be sure to find the perfect style.
Designers are always looking to the future to stay current yet maintain a timeless aesthetic. People want the convenience over anything else, so adding smart features to your home such as voice control systems or automated lights are becoming a popular trend. Our lives revolve around technology and eventually so will our homes.
Furniture as art
Adding a chair or bench that is functional yet stylish is a growing trend. Art isn’t just something you hang up on the walls, but can be a functional part of your design.
Designs on their way out
Space is becoming more important to homeowners. Big, bulky furniture can be overwhelming and are an inefficient use of your space. Space-efficient furniture is a more popular choice.
White on white
White countertops, white cabinetry, white floors are becoming a thing of the past. Darker cabinets, backsplashes and contrasting floors provide more depth and tones. Splash some colour into your design for a bit of freshness.
Industrial looking finishes
The industrial and burnished metals are on their way out. Shinier metals like gold or bronze will take their place. Bronze and gold work well with other finishes and colors and are a bit more on the neutral side.
Good design is obvious. Great design is transparent.