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Trends in Luxury Design

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Designers set new fashion trends in the luxury interior. Experts suggest adding some curiosity and mystery in your home decor using one of the several fashion trends.

Modern Luxury Design Trends

Golden color in luxury interior

Golden color in luxury interior

Make a luxurious and pompous interior with a hint of antiquity using gold color. Colors must contain metallic luster. These colors can be used literally in everything: tables, chairs, armchairs, curtains, pillows, vases, picture frames. Dilute this rich color in shades of silver.

Another trend will be more interesting for gentle and sensual persons. Lace in the interior will help you emphasize your individuality.

Lace and golden color in luxury interior

Lace and golden color in luxury interior

There is an unlimited flight of imagination. Decorate your pillow cases, blankets, tablecloth with lace. Chairs, door handles, armrests of sofas and chairs can be decorated with ornaments resembling lace binding.

It is better to keep up the light colors. For example, white color is very fashionable today.

Today in luxury interior we also see streamlined furniture with sophisticated smooth cut, decoration on furniture, fabrics and even lining containing a glass and crystal. Glass and crystal are everywhere, as well as metal, especially brass. Rich dark colors are back in fashion, just as the inlaid wood.

Furs are the most common and popular style for luxury style. They are associated with the comfort and warmth. Some fur accessories are too expensive, but there are also imitations, which are pretty well executed and look good.

Fur in luxury interior

Fur in luxury interior

In addition to the furs, we also see a lot of leather, suede and even “metallic” leather. Metallic shades give the traditional leather a new luster, modern look and fashion trend. Such leather looks glamorous and elegant. Lace, in contrast, reminds us of old times.

Leather in luxury interior

Leather in luxury interior

Cream and beige shades never go out of fashion, but now we are seeing more grays. As one designer says, gray is the new beige. Another designer said that light purple is the new gray.

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