By Ricarda Strunk. interior. Published at Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 - 00:41:42 AM.
White is no longer “having a moment”All-white design is no longer on-trend. according to a survey of 40.000 interior designers and architects.White interiors have been popular for so long many thought it would be a classic by now. But the survey found that designers and architects are planning to add more complexity in both color and details. making the all-white room treatments a thing of the past.
Keep in mind. however. that there is a difference between embracing the essence of wabi-sabi and losing your design to day-to-day clutter. Where that line falls will be personal for each of us. but you'll want to be sure that aesthetic choices always remain purposeful.Use these tips to create your own wabi-sabi design.
It's hard to get 40.000 designers to agree. But 26% said that vibrant jewel tones will be hot for 2018. Teal. eggplant and emerald green topped the list. You might see bolder tones sneaking in slowly. with accessories or a single focal point. Rich and saturated will definitely be more common. As for white and pale grays. they will fade in style.
Wabi-sabi is about deliberately working to find the beauty in existing imperfections. With that in mind. feel free to leave a rough edge to your completed design. That decorative bowl that you glued back together after it fell and shattered? Feel free to give it a place of honor. Your unmade bed? Here's permission to call it “artfully mussed.”