1. Pop of colour
Decorating with neutral colours is a safe, timeless, and chic way to go. On top of that, it seems as though minimalistic and monochromatic design trends won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. However, just because these tame interior styles are in vogue doesn’t mean you can’t experiment with bright colours and fun hues. Sometimes you may want to add just a little something to your mainly white, beige, and grey space.
Perfectly aged, worn-out wood flooring, brick walls, and metal bars exposed from the ceiling. A warehouse feel combined with homely touches can give a very modern and stylish edge to a new build.
Focus on various textures, raw finishes, and the appeal of a design that centres on mechanical ingenuity. The ability to combine upcycled furniture, modern furniture and eclectic pieces you have collected means you have free reign with your decorating choices.
Modern farmhouse décor has really taken to the forefront recently and being situated in the Goulburn Valley means this particular style suits our lifestyle perfectly. Forget the farmhouse décor you may associate with Nan and Pop’s farm in the 90s, despite its charm. The new take on farmhouse chic means there isn’t a brown or terracotta floor tile in sight.
4. Warm-toned metal
Warm metals like rose gold, copper and brass are going to be big news for fixtures in the bathroom and kitchen. Not only are they a nice break from silver and matte black, they have inherent antibacterial and antimicrobial qualities held by copper and brass.