Irvine, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2016 -- Some people make it a point to refurbish their homes every year and some who are in the process of building their dream abode would also want a sophisticated and elegant design that is in vogue in 2016. Home design trends and concepts change each year and renowned interior designers also have their own unique ideas and perceptions about what's going to look fab and glamorous in 2016.
To give people an idea of what would rock and what would flop in 2016 when it comes to interior design, here are some of the ideas from opinionated interior designers all over the world:
Trending Design Concepts
- Integration of Black Metals
Today, iron and blackened steel are no longer used just for outdoor furniture pieces or as bed frames. These materials could absolutely look great and give a sophisticated touch as bathroom fixtures, flatware, and as simple hardware for the different parts of the modern home. Contemporary designers like Jasper Morrison often integrate these materials with wood and glass to create a unique stylish look for these black metals. The modern furniture pieces in the matte black metal finish from Joshua Steinberg will be the most trending this year.
- Rounded Furniture Pieces are "IN"
Wesley Moon, a famous New York designer has recognized and noted the curvy trickle-down aesthetic design in home decors. The curves are all "in" this 2016 because of the remarkable softened hard material like marble tables, because of the design insight that "touch is vital and crucial to making designs".
- The Nostalgic Ornamentation
The traditional and decorative stroke with a slight touch of nostalgia gives a 2016 modern home a dramatic yet imaginative look. Here, what is most sought-for are the Gregorian empire antiques, tapestries, and brocades; and to soften the austerity of modern upholstery, the use of tassels, fringe and cording are put into use. The dramatic drapes give the life in every room.
Outdated Design Ideas
- Trash the Rosy Metallics
Last year, rose-gold metals and copper are the most trending materials in the world of interior design, but this year this rosy metallic touch can absolutely create a cheap look especially when moderately-priced décor pieces are used.
- The Facets
The sharp, mechanized and hard edges are definitely out this 2016 because of what is called by designers as the facet fatigue. Designers of today find it unrefined, primitive and clunky. Unless a faceted table is made of real precious stones like quartz, then what's the point of integrating the design?
- Say Goodbye to the Industrial Look
Some designers view the industrial look as if they are creating a living space with the ambiance of a garage. Although many have used this as a millennial design for coffee houses, design concepts from reputable interior designers would like to see this millennial trend as just a thing of the past.
About Joshua Steinberg Design
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