Add Some Warmth and Style to Your Home

This year’s fall and winter interior design trends.

If you are thinking of giving your home a makeover this fall or winter, you’ll be setting forth on a journey in search of interior décor styles. A good place to start is to check out the latest trends presented on the world’s most credible interior design websites.
This year, Scandinavian style stands out, along with the Crystal Collection style’s somewhat unexpected appearance and floral wallpaper motifs.

Bouclé Style

Bouclé is a weaving technique that creates an uneven fabric surface that is delicate and fluffy like a plush teddy bear. In interior design trends this year, bouclé was unexpectedly favoured by many designers and gurus. With its soft and warm character, a bouclé decorative pillow or blanket on the sofa makes your home cozier this winter.

Rock Crystal

Highly appreciated by prominent interior designer JJ Acuna, this is one of the top interior design trends for fall-winter 2020. The sophistication of rock crystal can fill your place with the luxury vibe of a five-star hotel. Feng shui experts believe that rock crystals can restore the family’s spiritual energy, creating peace in chaotic times. A overhead light or a table lamp with crystal details can add calm, and natural sparkle to your home.

Scandinavian Style

Combinging outstanding features of minimalism and utility, Scandinavian style features natural materials such as leather, wood and hemp. In applying, choose simple designs and select a dark-coloured chair or cabinet as a highlight for your space.

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