With changing preferences and behaviors of people, it is only expected that interior design tastes change along with it. Everything from ads we see to Instagram, Facebook, celebrity influence and shape the coming trends of the years. Arguably more and more so in a digitally connected and visual world we live in. From changes in the habits of Canadians to the growth of technology, which requires a whole new set of furniture to support it, interior design constantly flows from one era to the next.
Interior design never sleeps and each year dedicated designers, interior enthusiasts, and people who are simply astonished by the beauty offered by design, can enjoy innovations and exchange new ideas on uprising trends. 2019 will be no exception and the interior design world has already shaped a few commonly preferred patterns in design.
We are seeing the confident entrance of artisan fixtures into the home, a preference towards natural elements, floral patterns, more diverse color palettes, and even velvet furnishings. More and more designers are more turning an eye toward brass décor, black and whites, millennial pink, and tonal reds when renovating or working on interior design projects.
Scandinavian design and Minimalist design are two of the more popular design styles. These two styles are highly diverse and each carries its own unique characteristics. Whether you decide to renovate in one of these styles or you are simply looking for more insight into interior design, making the distinction between Scandinavian and Minimalist design poses an interesting is question worthy of exploration.