All interior design trends change, often in the opposition direction. After years of cool, grey minimalism, homeowners are turning toward the past for cozier inspirations. Design is moving toward a more expressive approach to interiors. As a response to the pandemic, there is greater value placed on wellness, natural materials, and comfort in our homes. We feel the need to preserve beauty in our experiences.
Gold and avocado greens from the 1960s and 1970s revolutionized kitchen appliances and made complementary autumn colors like orange, tans and browns wildly popular. If you like the look of clean white and grey, but want a newer look, try cream, beige and earth tones – including all shades of brown and pink including mauve and coral. Adding green elements to a neutral palette in a room helps to evoke warmth and a connection to nature.