Interior Design Trends for Every Room in 2012
If you’ve recently bought your first home, you’ve moved into your first apartment, you’ve moved into a new space or you simply just want to update a room in your home, you’re probably wondering what the current different interior design trends are. Here’s a basic guide to the trendiest decor styles of 2012 for every room in your home, from the bedroom to the bathroom, the kitchen to the living room and everything in between.
Bedroom designs in 2012 will be returning to clean, crisp lines and details. The style will be purely contemporary, as people are looking to de-stress from the recent economy issues and thus, they’ll want to create bedroom designs that are spa-like. Spaces that you can retreat into after a long, hard day.
Be on the look out for clean, soft hues including cool blues, soft grays and creamy ivory whites, giving a soft and comfortable look with clean lines that compliment a comfortable, restful space.
There are actually a number of different bathroom designs that are growing in popularity in 2012. This includes Moroccan inspired tile, natural or reclaimed materials, clean colors and unusual but organic looking fixtures. Of course, it doesn’t end there. With bathroom designs, the opportunities are endless as more and more people are breaking away from the “what if I sell the house” mentality and looking more toward the “I want to enjoy my home” mentality.
For 2012, the best thing you can do for your bathroom space is to create a space that you love, rather than what might sell the best.
Living Room Designs
The living room is all about comfort and style blended together for a unique look. People are learning that they don’t have to settle on a single interior design style, but that they can mix and match a number of styles and accept that no space is ever “perfect,” despite what they may have been told previously.
For living room designs, don’t be surprised to see a large surge of Moroccan inspired looks, global inspired looks, mid century modern, eclectic looks, vintage pieces, Americana and more.
The kitchen is now the hub of the home, so it’s no surprise that most people will be putting the majority of their focus into this space. When looking to create an updated kitchen design, you’ll notice that much like with the bathroom and other spaces in the home, people are starting to become more comfortable with the “here and now” and less focused on the “what happens when I sell my home?”
Kitchen designs will include rustic and industrial touches, as well as clean, contemporary touches for a blend of updated and vintage styling. For materials, look for a lot of clean, contemporary materials over traditional and natural finishes. For example, stainless steel countertops are being preferred over natural stone countertops.
Other kitchen interior design trends include open shelving, stylish and colorful tile backsplashes such as mosaic tiles or Moroccan inspired tiles, dark warm cabinetry and of course, plenty of proper lighting.