With 2019 almost ending, it is refreshing to look at what popular trends architects and designers have been using to help homeowners achieve their custom dream plans. Using these trends to aid in your home building, and remodeling projects. It is important to build an aesthetically pleasing house that you will enjoy coming home to. Check out what's trending now on the home-building market to inspire you, whether you're constructing a new home or starting your next renovation.
Concrete Cement Elements
When you hear the words concrete and cement, you think they belong outside your home in driveways and unfinished garages. But this year, architects and designers continue to use bare concrete and cool looking cement elements to satisfy your desires for a contemporary looking, minimalist home. We apply these implements in industrial looking floors and even on a no-nonsense looking thick, durable countertops. Some designers have even used them for one wall only. The singular accent wall of concrete creates a bold punch of texture and generates an interesting visual element that catches the eye.
Natural Finishes to Bring Indoors
There is a move to bring natural elements indoors, which builders, architects, designers, and homeowners are using by providing natural finishes to make the home look more organic. According to Mangum Home Builders, using details like natural stones, wood, shells, bamboo, and other green materials with a sustainable focus allows homebuyers to think of not only today, but the future of their home. Think of finishing your fireplace with smooth river rock, creating a pebbled wall accent piece, or using a thick giant slab of wood for your dining table. Topping these off with plenty of greenery like houseplants, succulents, accent cushions, and rugs will tie everything together.
A bedroom is your sanctuary after a long day at work, so it should remain inviting and look relaxing to help you unwind and de-stress. A minimalist approach to designing and furnishing your bedroom means there is less clutter. Less fancy looking bed frames paired with wall-mounted lamps make everything look clean and neat. Pair this with better closet organization, then your space is calmer looking for the eyes because there is just less mess. Opting for a pared-back look with muted tones in bare spaces can help put your mind at ease.
Building a home or renovating one may cost money, but it is well worth the investment when you are creating a space that you and your family will love and enjoy for the years to come. Carefully choose materials and design finishes that suit your lifestyle with these home design trends.