Ice Cream Colors: The 2019 Home Decor Trend

Ice Cream Colors: The 2019 Home Decor Trend

If your home’s been decked out in dark decor and saturated colours for years, it could be time for a refresh. Or maybe we should say a refreshment. This season, it’s all about light and airy pastels in the home. Pastels? For spring? Groundbreaking, we know. But designers say there’s a whole new reason these colour shades are hot right now: They resemble your favourite warm-weather treat, ice cream.

Light pastels are a great way to add character to a home in a soft, subtle way. These colours are perfect for people who are afraid of going bold, especially if they don’t love bold colours. They are also perfect for those who want an airy, spacious look.

If your mouth is watering for a new look, then go ahead and paint all of your walls light and cheery ice cream shade; it can work in nearly any room in the home.

Not ready to commit to ice cream colours inside your home just yet? Consider painting the door instead. While using an ice cream colour on the outside of your home may sound daring, a colourful door is one of the best ways to welcome guests and impress your neighbours.

We love how pastels can give the kitchens in a modern home a vintage feel! Introduce ice-cream shades to give a whole new twist to your interiors. Cabinets in yummy pinks and powder blues are such a rage! Give it a shot.

So, you are a fan of pastels, but not bold enough to embrace this style as a permanent fixture at home? We have the perfect solution for you. Bring in some soft furnishings like cushions and drapes in delectable pastel shades to give your interiors an instant uplift. It will create a dreamy atmosphere at home!

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Earthy Tones

Earthy Tones

Earthy tone is a colour scheme that draws from the colour palette of browns, tans, warm greys and greens. The colours are an earthy tone scheme are flat and muted in emulation of natural colours found in dirt, mass, trees and rocks.

Many earth tones originate from clay earth pigments, such as ombre, ochre and Sienna. A slower way of life, back to natural roots, a more conscious living that reflects in green and earth interiors. So welcome to beige, neutral tones and warmer tones such as terracotta and Sienna.

Design schemes featuring earthy tones are warm, rich,  and invoke a sense of unparalleled comfort.

Whether you yearn for a modern or more traditional home, earthy tones work well with almost any plan. Rooms can be decorated entirely in complementary earthy tone colours, and as neutrals, they can also host a bold splash of primary colour for added interest.

Earthy tones in home design have been popular for decades due to their versatility and beauty. In a well-designed home, this colour palette will always impress and is a safe choice for those looking for a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere that is as comfortable as it is pleasing to the eye.

Light hardwood flooring contrasts beautifully with the beige and brick walls. While an inviting grey sofa complements the darker accent pieces beautifully. An area rug breaks up the monotony of the hardwood flooring, and in season, a gorgeous lilac bush can be spied through the window adding a splash of colour and beauty.

A beautiful bedroom space rich in earthy tones and varied textures. The earthy tone is a colour scheme that draws from a colour palette of browns, tans, warm greys, and greens. The colours in an earthy tone scheme are muted and flat in emulation of the natural colours found in dirt, moss, trees and rocks. 

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Japandi: The New Interior Design Trend

Japandi: The New Interior Design Trend

WHAT IS JAPANDI?

Japandi word is the fusion between Japanese and Scandinavian words. It’s the name of a rising design trend and philosophy which blends both styles. Experts say this is the year of Japandi interior trend and it’s not difficult to understand why – Japandi interiors are clean and minimalist but warm and cosy at the same time. And absolutely beautiful.

More than just an interior style, Japandi is a philosophy. Indeed, it puts together Scandinavian minimalism with wabi-sabi Japanese ethos, that finds perfection in imperfection. This is translated into the beauty of craftsmanship and of traditional decor, of raw materials and simple and natural elements.  In the Japandi aesthetic, the neutral pale tones of Scandi style are balanced by the richness of Japanese palettes, while the polish of Japanese design is softened by Scandi’s eclectic, rustic nature.

Space is created with functionality in mind, with a few statement pieces rather than an abundance of décor. The fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian simplicity makes Japandi the ultimate take on minimalism. With so much in common, it’s easy to see how these two styles team well together.

ELEMENTS OF WOOD:

A hallmark of Japandi style is mixing the light wood tones of Scandinavian style with the dark wood of traditional Japanese design. This tonal contrast adds depth to any room. Create it in your home with a sleek dark wood dining table and chairs, set against light wooden walls.

Japandi is a hybrid aesthetic, so it requires mixing elements of Japanese and Scandinavian furniture. To achieve true Japandi style, clean lines are essential to all furniture pieces, colour palettes are kept calm and subdued, and plenty of open space is left around furniture items.

MINIMALISM

Japandi interiors are simple, functional and impactful. Japandi homes are decluttered and every object has its own purpose, no space for frills and useless decor.

Furniture pieces are chosen carefully and they are themselves statement and bold accessories. They have clean and minimalistic lines, quite low to the ground as for the Japanese philosophy which encourages the connection of people with the earth. Decor and accessories are minimal as well, mostly with plants, glassware, books and handmade ceramics. Wall art is also reduced to a few statement pieces, no space here for gallery wall but just one big abstract framed art or maybe with a natural landscape is enough to decorate the space in a harmonic way.

MATERIALS

Choose furniture in simple and natural materials but with high quality, such as wood with exposed gran in mid-tones. Match furniture with natural and textured fabrics, without decor and pattern, like for example linens. You can also play by adding some traditional Japanese fixtures, such as handmade lacquered  ‘urushi’ wallpaper, shibori fabrics, as well as dipped and handmade ceramics and textured paper lamps.

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THE MILLENNIAL PINK TREND HITS DECOR

THE MILLENNIAL PINK TREND HITS DECOR

Millennial Pink interior design is going bananas in all the right ways at the moment. And if you wanted to discover how to rock it at home, you’ve come to the right place.

Fashion trends usually have strong influences in interior design. And as with most fads in fashion, the trend has found its way into the decor.

Gone are the days of girlie pink, today’s ‘millennial pink’ is strong and bold. A gorgeous hue that’s actually pretty versatile, millennial pink can work in an array of interior design styles. And it’s being seen in a few decor releases from some of our fave brands too. The best thing about the Millennial pink interior design trend is that it works with a lot of finishes you probably already have in your home.

COLOUR COMBOS WITH MILLENNIAL PINK

The Millennial Pink interior design trend is also phenomenal because it couples with other colours really well. White is an obvious choice when it comes to pairing up a colour with Millennial pink. This pink combined with white turns any room into a luxurious sanctuary for you to hang out with your family and friends. Golden details are also a winner choice when it comes to this color trend. It keeps the look light, fresh and feminine. It’s nice to consider weaving in some soft greys as well, to add interest and ground the look.

PASTELS WITH MILLENNIAL PINK

Pastels work wonderfully with the Millennial pink interior design trend too. Think dusty greens, sky blues and milky violet tones. Millennial Pink is an excellent solution for airy interior design with its own charm.

This colour can also be the perfect combination for a more rustic Decoration. Yet it will provide that modern touch that any room needs.

All these designs and trends are accessible at G. H. KARIA.

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A Step towards Naturalness

A Step towards Naturalness

The desire to return to natural things, and turn nature into a part of everyday life has not come from anywhere. its like response to the sound, the city lights or the rapid pace of the city. So, the return to real and organic materials have become the latest interior design trends of 2019.

 

Away from the city lights and chaos, Nature brings harmony and balance. Maybe that is why a few hours spent in nature help us relax and recharge our batteries. Following this idea, We thought that it would be interesting to create an extension of nature in your own space, through interior design.

One of the reasons we love nature so much is our inherent connection to the outdoors and to natural elements that are living or decor that was living such as wood, cotton, leather and seagrass to name a few. Choosing materials that resonate with your personal style is the first step for bringing them into your home. Choose natural elements that incorporate your style and connect you to your interiors.

For many homeowners wood is one of the only materials that can be finished to look like shiny marble or can be left raw and unstained to reveal its gorgeous imperfections of knots and grains. Bringing wood into your interiors is one of the easiest and warmest of natural materials and comes in a variety of finishes, species and applications.

While bringing natural finishes into your home isn’t a new concept. The concept of bringing nature to every room of your interiors is a game changer for many. Whether you look to organic sheets and bedding in your bedroom adorned with birds and rustic leaves or you enjoy a bubbling Zen fountain in your home office, nature can find itself into any space of your life.

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Interior Design Trends: Geometric Designs

Interior Design Trends: Geometric Designs

Geometric prints are taking over the design world. From runway fashion to company branding, we’re seeing kaleidoscopic designs pop up in lots of places. You may have seen many articles about the rising trend of geometric designs in interior design. Now, we’re focusing in on geometric walls loaded with triangles, rich tones and modern accent pieces.

These punchy prints in vibrant colours transform walls from the backdrop of a room to an eye-catching, mesmerizing focal point. Geometric walls give us a chance to playfully break design rules; they let us incorporate several bold colours and embrace asymmetry.

We love the way the result can amplify modern furnishings or add a fun twist to the mid-century modern design.

When it comes to interior designs, it’s always key to keep an eye on trends. Right now, geometric patterns are becoming increasingly popular. We’re starting to see them popping up everywhere from television shows to the pages of popular magazines.

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Geometric designs are being revisited this year. Think back to the ’70s if you want a retro look or bring geometrics bang up to date with a contemporary pattern. From chequered floors to splash-backs and accessories there are many ways to introduce geometric patterns into your home.

There’s something deeply satisfying as well as beautiful about geometric patterns. The good news for lovers of patterns and colours is that bold geometrics are extremely trendy right now, giving you every excuse to cover your interiors in lovely mathematical puzzles. You don’t have to be a math lover to admire the beauty of geometric patterns. Versatile with clean lines, designers love how even the simplest motif can transform a space.

The geometric pattern is always trendy as you can use it in either a modern or a classic way. It’s classic because it originates from ancient Roman marble floors, so it’s perfect for any home surrounded by antiques and velvet curtains. It can be also very 20th century because it reminds us of the Art Deco 1920s skyscraper interiors, full of geometric marbles and brass surfaces. But it’s also modern if you leave it alone, as a unique decoration, without any atrezzo around, maybe just with painted white walls and clean white stone floors —that’s it. It’s young, it’s fresh, it’s sophisticated, but always depending on the soul you want to add to your space.”

 

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