Upcoming home decor trends to watch out for

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Since the coronavirus pandemic swept our lives, people spend most of their time indoors and invest lavishly to make their living spaces more cozy and comfortable. Interior designers Vicky Gosher, Sheena Gosher and Sakshi Soni of VDesignSpaces in Mumbai, known for designing the home and outhouse jewelery of TV personalities Gurmeet and Debina Chaudhary at Lower Parel’s Palladium mall, share 5 upcoming trends in Area of ​​home decor that we should keep an eye out for:

Bring nature home

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There is no better way to brighten up your home than to bring in plants. Living spaces that are green and calm have a calming effect on your mind. That’s why people nowadays go for natural light, vertical gardens and open spaces. And if you consider that sustainable living is in the foreground, this “trend” will not go out of fashion anytime soon.

Materials are important

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Given the hyper-digital world we live in today, people crave things that have tangible and nostalgic value. Rounded structures, sculpted walls, detailed ceilings and decor that exudes a retro feel are therefore making a comeback. Materials like cotton, terracotta, brass and wood with an unfinished texture are used to tie a space together.

Multifunctional spaces

Multifunctional spaces

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Even after the pandemic, the WFH wave has not subsided. So many have chosen to make it a way of life as it is so convenient and cost effective. This has popularized the concept of home offices, reading nooks, and social gathering places that serve multiple purposes.

Durability & Source

Durability & Source

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Interior designers are now doing without frivolous objects and making room for durable, long-lasting and meaningful decorations in living spaces. They strive to support indigenous brands and local artisans who contribute to sustainable living. This mindfulness will be very good for the planet.

Personalized spaces

Personalized spaces

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Rather than blindly following trends, homeowners want to create spaces that reflect their personal tastes, preferences, and interests. And in this day and age of remote working, these are the perfect place to host video meetings or record reels, podcasts, and YouTube videos.

Also read: How to pack light for every trip

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