Today, we are taking a moment to highlight the top summer interior design trends for 2018. This will help you bring the sun into your home, as summer seems to start later every year.
High Contrast Hues
You can add vibrant and striking colors to your home if it is a neutral color year-round.
We don’t believe in chasing the short-term interior design trends, but we enjoy adding tropical prints and elements to our homes. You can’t go wrong with bold botanical prints.
Summer wouldn’t be summer if it didn’t have bold colors. Bring in bright artworks and additional accessories like tablecloths and bedding to bring in the summer sun.
Shine with brassy and brushed metallics. They will reflect light and add a touch of sophistication to your look.
We can’t get enough ombre. It is a timeless interior design trend that has been popular year after year. A degraded fabric is a great way to add a cool, modern touch to any space. But, the best part? We love the quirky, eclectic feel that ombre can bring to any room. A recent interior designer found an ombre lamp with lampshades.
Shades Of Blue
When you think about summer interior design trends, pastels may come to mind. But what if you want something a little more unexpected? A room with a calm Tiffany blue or turquoise color will have the same energy and spirit as a room with bright pink. It will also look great all year round, not just during one season.
Botanicals, Of Course
It shouldn’t surprise that plants are a great option for interior design ideas that double as air purifiers.
Geometrical patterns and prints are not just for summer interior design trends. However, we found several beautiful geometrical patterns in gorgeous pastels while searching for inspiration. This made us reconsider the dark and somber tones often created.
Choose blush and soothing makeup colors if you want to bring summer interior design trends into your home. Pastel colors are not the right choice. They will never go out-of-style, make rooms appear bigger and brighter, and be paired with almost anything.
Add embellished decorative accessories to any interior design project for a touch of glamour.
Here’s What to Avoid
Fringe Wall Art
The most popular summer interior design trend is fringed and macrame wall artwork. This look is great, but you won’t find one at Homegoods for less than $5.
It’s been said before, we’ll repeat it, but there are no nautical interior design trends for summer. This is too childish, theme-oriented and most importantly, all too common. If you want to be nautical, we recommend small amounts such as an anchor motif here and a navy pennant there.
Although tie-dye decor is synonymous with summer, and the sofa shown above has a great pop of color, it’s a look that’s a little too familiar when it comes to summer interior design trends. You’ll get bored quickly.