In the form of visual storytelling and innovative design and with the mission of forecasting the future for the home, Trendbook has recently revealed a series of design moodboards, each portraying characteristics from different design styles. Today, the Most Expensive Homes blog will show a series of expensive interior design ideas through 15 of the most unique design moodboards that are focused on a wide variety of topics, from decorative patterns to color trends as well as the best materials and finishes to use, various design styles and other elements that are bound to spruce up one’s home decor.
# Fauna Patterns
Using patterns inspired by fauna is one of the best ways to bring nature back into your home. For example, one of the best examples that homeowners and interior designers swear by is when vibrant motifs of flowers coexist with soaring animals.
Nowadays, Mid-century interiors are all about organic style and ease of living, and that’s reflected in their structure. The simple lines and pure forms of mid-century styles are what makes it so iconic. It is simple without being boring but eye-catching without being fussy. Furniture is kept simple and without unnecessary elements.
# Natural Materials
There is a reason why natural materials never really go out of fashion. They are amazing neutrals and give an instant feeling of luxury and style to any space. Wood, marble, clay, terracotta and even concrete all come in colors that will fit into virtually any color scheme you come up with and enhance it.
# Geometric Patterns
Like colorful mathematical puzzles, geometric patterns bring a retro atmosphere to your home design – with a modern character. So, make it bold and free – just like contemporary design should be.
While they trend the most in the fashion world, the use of animal prints are becoming quite frequent in the interior design business. They add a cheerful and sophisticated touch to a decor without overpowering it.
# Art Deco Revival
# Neoclassic Concept
This unique design style is all about elegance and sophistication. It has a modest yet muted and it is all about timeless elegance and introducing traditional elements into our modern day.
# Matte Black Finishes
Matte black is not as flashy as brass, nevertheless, its velvety finish and graphic silhouette are making it one of the most sought-after finishes in the industry. Regarded as both classic and edgy, this finish can be used in designs such as Victorian claw-foot tubs, granting it a modern and industrial style.
# Multitasking Mirrors
Whether Foxed, mottled or antiqued, whatever you choose to call them, distressed-style mirrors add intrigue and mystery through faded and patchy reflections.
# Mixing Metals
The Mix metal expression is often used in the design industry when designers combine various metals into a single production, take, for example, silver, gold brass and even iron. This is done so in order to a visual appeal and depth to an interior design space. It also provides more textures and layers to the interiors and this strategy is actually rather effortless and it makes your home quite special.
# Gold Style
Gold is always a go when it comes to home decor. This tone will never go out of fashion because its timeless and it can be used in all types of furnishings as it provides an unmatched opulence.
# Monochromatic Palette: Black
# Antique and Vintage Furniture Designs
# Raw Materials
This type of materials is becoming quite trendy due to their high-quality and natural beauty. They also have a timeless character to them and are rather sustainable to the environment and they will also grant the ultimate touch to contemporary decor, no matter the color palette or design style.
# Color Trends: Mellow Yellow
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