If you’re looking to revamp or remodel your home with some fresh yet elegant ideas, then look no further.
We found the perfect ways to customize your house and give it that personal touch every home needs. After scouring the globe for the most cutting-edge trends we have compiled the best for you!
Here are a list of top 10 home improvement trends for you to jazz up your monotonous home:
If you’re considering changing the appearance of your home without spending an arm and a leg, here’s what we have for you.
StoneCoat is a patent-pending blend of real limestone and other natural stone material which can simply be sprayed onto almost any vertical surface, giving you a stone wall at a fraction of the price of the traditional stone.
It’s an innovative idea for you to consider and it’s a green stone product which only adds value to your humble home. StoneCoat is a quick solution at the fraction of the cost- with most installations taking a day and larger jobs are completed in as little as a week or less! Even being used in the world famous “Crespi Estate” one of the largest and most expensive homes in America!
This is an amazing alternative if you wish to avoid the time-consuming labor of remodeling using real stone. The versatility and amount of beautiful designs to choose from making it the top pick on today’s list!
New flooring can revamp your house like no other, it’ll give the room a completely new feel. Put some color in your house by choosing bold tiles for smaller rooms such as bathrooms or kitchen areas. Choose bohemian tiles or geometric designs like herringbone to add a different look to the room.
It’s the perfect blend of maximalist and minimalist to keep the tiles bold and the room pristine white. With so many options, tile is one of the fastest ways to change the look and feel of a space at a low cost.
3. Modernized Kitchens
Kitchen remodels are a popular trend always but to get with the times you need to know what’s trending. If you want to go with what’s hot, go for flat-front cabinets in natural wood.
Kitchens with clean lines and warmth are what people are looking for and flat front wood cabinets deliver all this. Motion-sensing faucets, Wi-Fi appliances, accent lighting, etc. add a contemporary touch to your kitchen.
The modern and connected home is a staple of today remodeling jobs, keeping ease of use and functionality in mind.
4. Age-in-Place Remodeling
Modern living is accommodating the perfect marriage of modernity with individuals who want to remain in their homes. Now you don’t have to go all out covering the home in railings, with today’s trends you can keep it stylish.
Consider renovations that’ll make seniors more comfortable in their own homes for an easy living. Small changes like widening hallways and doors to accommodate walkers and wheelchairs will make a huge difference.
Or maybe having an elevator installed or some smart home devices to make it easier to operate things remotely such as thermostats, lighting and more.
If you’ve been keeping up with modern home design, you’ll see how brass accents influence the style of a room yet make it all come together so flawlessly. Even something so minor as a brass faucet will give you the exact same look for a room that a brass framed mirror would.
A hint or a touch is all you need. It’ll make an otherwise full room pop. An added tip, black or white and brass are a match made in heaven if you’re looking for a tasteful look. But if you want to go all out with colors, by all mean go for it.
Forget your old drab wallpaper with basic patterns and monotonous styles. If you call yourself modern you need to switch to design options with saturated colors and unique motifs that cannot be found in ‘traditional’ wallpaper.
A jazzy wall will be the first thing that catches someone’s eye and as they say, first impressions last. So modernize your house with digitally printed papers or go minimalistic with neutral and monochromatic interiors and snazzy wallpaper that’ll make the room stand out.
You can also opt for textural papers, such as silk, grasscloth, vinyl, or even hand-painted wallpapers for accent walls.
7. Art-Deco Inspired
Old is new again. People are taking inspiration from the 1920s and 30s ‘moderne’ times to revamp their home into art-deco.
There’s a different kind of glamour to it and the influence can be seen in architectural detailing such as coffered ceilings and bronze framed windows and extravagant materials such as shagreen and metal inlays.
The trend is also using metallic finishes such as brushed and shiny gold vintage-inspired light fixtures.
It’s all about perception. It doesn’t matter if you read books or not but upcycling old books and magazine into folded works of art, walls of books or simply stacking the books as a decorative piece in the room is enough for you to look like an intellectual.
Anything that makes your house look like a cozy library is enough, that includes hand-drawn prints and patterns, old-school anything, aim for a more rustic look but blend it well with the contemporary.
Take a page out of Morocco, no literally. Moroccan interior has been catching waves these days with every other Instagram blogger designing or photographing interiors with Moroccan inspired accents such as cutouts and light and lace of Moroccan lanterns.
Lace hammocks and wicker and rattan furniture piled with colorful pillows. Moroccan accents can also be incorporated in your bathroom with a beautifully tiled sink or Moroccan tiles to tile your bathroom floor.
10. Mid-Century Lighting
Lighting brings a home together. You could have the lushest interiors and furniture but good lighting will bring it all together.
And the mid-century lighting is just the answer. Contemporary lighting with peculiar designs is magnificent enough to catch the visitors eye.
Or a single glamourous light in the middle of the room is enough to give it that oomph. Such lighting will bring out sophistication and finesse, that luxurious feeling of the mid-century modern era.
These are only a few ideas for you to try. Trends aren’t always meant to be followed through. You can mix and match any kind of trend or idea if that’s the look you’re going for. The fundamental idea for the perfect interior is to blend comfort and key elements from whatever inspires you.