Mickel Robertson, December 06th , 2019.
While minimalism can scarcely be described as a new or cutting edge design trend, it is one that has enjoyed a significant resurgence in recent times. Regardless of whether this is down to changing tastes or the simple fact that the majority of new-build homes are relatively restricted with regards to space, the consequence is that a growing number of households are de-cluttering their interiors and reducing the amount fixtures and furnishings that they purchase. Although this trend is generally timeless and will always hold appeal for home-owners, its intermittent nature means that it may not be long before it is temporarily out of favour once again.
Historically, home-owners and tenants have both been encouraged to decorate their properties in neutral and non-oppressive tones. These include relatively soulless shades such as magnolia, which may create a serene back-drop for your interior but do little to achieve a sense of comfort, warmth and positivity. This has triggered a change in outlook among home-owners and interior designers, who are now far more likely to apply a number of bold and striking shades within a single room or living space. The trend is particularly popular in contemporary kitchen and living room design templates, and it is likely to remain in vogue for the foreseeable future.
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