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5 Timeless Interior Design Trends For Singapore Homeowners

Interior design trends come and go along with the change of time, in terms of style, colours and texture. However there are some trends will always be aesthetically alluring despite the ever-changing seasons.
If you are looking for interior designs that will look fresh and beautiful for decades to come, follow these everlasting trends:
 
1.Pastel Colours Are The New Neutrals

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Neutral colours provide a soothing salve and balmy backdrop to textiles and decorative accents in your home.
But in 2019, pastel colours are increasingly replacing neutrals like grey, black, and beige with brighter tones like purple and pink. Pastel shades make your home interior appear lively and energetic without being too overwhelming.
So you will see the increase of tea rose, lilac, blush pink, mint, and palest peach emerging in trend.
The attractive part about pastel tones is that it gives your interior a pop of colour with a visual interest and creates a unique character, while it can be easily paired with accent textures due to its subtle colour tone which is visually comforting.
 
2. Industrial Interiors
In the past few years, industrial interior designs have become very popular. For urban dwellers who seek simplicity, ease of maintenance, practicality, and a bit of ruggedness, industrial style can be a great choice.

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This unique style combines the best of old-world charm and contemporary sleekness. Exposed bricks and concrete walls,  are slowly dominating the interior design world even for bedrooms and bathrooms
Many new techniques help accentuate the charm and appeal of concrete. Print and staining techniques, for instance, work well for HDB BTO flat interiors. These convert concrete into a blank canvas that can be given some texture, dimension, and colour, for a visually pleasing industrial style.
 
3. A Fusion Of Themes
The mastery of colours is fundamental in fusion interior styles. By choosing colours that blend in harmony, you can combine any two styles.
Also, focus on achieving stylistic cohesion using similar textures and motifs.
One great way to marry two or more interior designs is having traditional wooden furniture and combining them with contemporary wall panels and colours that denote modernity.
Rustic and contemporary one of the most popular fusion styles you will see these days.

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4. Cosy Indoor Houseplants
Indoor botanicals are not just good for your mental and physical health. These create a breathing beauty to your home interior by adding pops of greens.
Paired with a right-sized container, a floor plant can become a visual focal point in any room.

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Conversely, smaller plants dress up the interior subtly.

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We recommend grouping botanicals of different shades in an odd number. An even number can appear symmetrical and formal, while odd numbers give a casual and cosy look to your space.

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5. Marble – The Ongoing Trend
Marble seems to stay on trend for decades to come. Its crisp, clean natural appearance and exquisite patterns add visual interest to your interior, making it a popular choice among homeowners.

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The best part is that marble is not limited to flooring and countertops anymore. This luxurious material has made its way through walls, shelving, decor, and even furniture, across all rooms.
Wrapping Up
Timeless interior works and feels fresh and updated for a long time. With these five trends, you can achieve an everlasting style for your home.
You can rest assure that these trends will make your space look fresh and beautiful for years to come.

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