2018 Interior Design Trends to Consider for Your Conservatory04/01/2018
2018 is here, and with its arrival we are starting to see some of the latest developments within the interior design world. While 2017 was the year of teal paint, geometric tiles and millennial pink – 2018 is a fresh canvas. In this blog, we will be talking about some of the trends expected to be popular this year and that you might want to bear in mind when decorating your conservatory or orangery.
The Hottest New Trends to Expect In 2018
We’ve trawled through lists of interior design trends across the internet, picking those that we feel might actually hold their own. Here are three of the trends most likely to catch on this year:
- Floral patterns – Floral patterns are set to make a comeback in 2018, a trend that could be perfect for your conservatory. Floral furniture covers and cushions are just two ways you could make the most of this trend and they could both be perfect for your conservatory or orangery.
- Vintage lighting – As the trend for vintage style continues to become huge, vintage lighting is the latest trend expected to become huge in 2018. Slightly different to the average conservatory lighting, aged copper pendants will be seen everywhere this year. They could be perfect for adding a bit more character to your conservatory.
- Dark countertops – According to the experts, dark kitchen countertops are set to become very popular within interior design this year. This could be a trend to keep your eye on if you currently use your conservatory as a kitchen or are planning to. Darker countertops could be perfect for adding contrast in your light and airy conservatory or orangery.
Using These Trends in Your Conservatory
Implementing these three trends in your conservatory may seem like a hard task, but it can actually be done fairly easily. Here are some of the was you should try to use them in your home:
- Floral patterns – This trend is perfectly suited to living or sitting room: common uses for a conservatory. You don’t have to splash out on new furniture. You could always you’re your existing furniture re-upholstered.
- Vintage lighting – If you don’t fancy changing the lighting in your conservatory completely, you could opt for table side lamps or a larger standard lamp. Equally, if you fancy a more modern feel to your conservatory there are different lamps available.
- Dark countertops – This design trend is a good choice if you have a larger conservatory, where one end can be used as a kitchen extension. Traditional Victorian style conservatories have a window sill around the inside of the windows, this space could also be revamped with a darker countertop.
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