Now might be a good time to give your home some changes and tender loving care. Since it’s a new decade, more design trends are shifting, and innovations are happening that make it all the more inviting to revamp your home for the new ‘20s and beyond. Here are some changes you can make to your home.
Wood pieces in the kitchen
A note of wood is perfect for any kitchen, adding warmth, depth, and a little texture to boot. You can pick any part of your kitchen to switch out for a wood piece so that you can add a bit of accent to the overall look and feel of the space.
You can achieve a new look by installing panels, stools, or even new kitchen cabinets. In Salt Lake City and other vastly populated capitals, the kitchen is becoming the new star of the indoor home design. Being able to showcase it can be achieved with a simple change, like the integration of wood.
A new two-toned palette
Complementary contrasts are becoming more popular because they are eye-catching but not overwhelming to look at. Picking a base color and a contrasting pop to balance it out can make your interiors look decorated yet spacious.
The dull monochromes of the past are no longer the in-thing. Now is the time to let your love for colors shine so that you can mix and match strategically.
A blend of the old and the new
Mixing vintage fixtures with modern pieces is making a rousing return to interior design. It is becoming even more of a prevalent juxtaposition with homey, eclectic pieces being mixed in with technologically advanced installations.
You can still make your house a “smart home” without adopting the cool, sleek look that is often depicted with the idea of tech and advancement. On top of that, you can mix classic design looks with newer aesthetics to create that blend.
Make things more open
It is the best moment to declutter because open space and open shelving are opted for nowadays. It’s both aesthetically pleasing as well as practical in terms of convenience.
Of course, this may be difficult in a household full of children or pets, so you can choose for a more open feel. Spacing out your furniture, leaving an area for just a single fixture, and switching out some shelves for glass can make the place feel airier and less stuffy.
While this requires a degree of neatness to work, it’s well worth the peace of mind that the organization will bring.
Future forward living
Since everything is moving forward, this also means thinking practically about our lifestyles and how that affects the future. A lot of homeowners are adopting sustainable living, even down to what appliances and materials they use in their homes.
Incorporate energy-saving tools and habits into your home. You can even fit this into any aesthetic of design you prefer. Even if this is an investment and a definite shift, it can still make your home more cost-efficient in the long run.
So, what are you waiting for? Let yourself breathe new life into your home with these changes and get ready to take on a new decade.