Because of pandemic times, a lot of changes were necessary for the containment of the virus. With all this, people started to spend more time at home, increasing the need for contact with nature even inside their own homes and also in commercial areas and the creation of more cozy spaces that valued comfort was increasingly valued.
We will comment on the main decoration trends that start during the pandemic.
When the need of have a safer home and also the needing of have a place of refuge, it is essential architectural design that offers more comfort. Even with the pandemic more controlled in these days, many people have become more homely, a lot of them have started to work at home office, making the need for comfort increasingly essential.
One of the ways to achieve this is invest in a comfortable decor with functional furniture, integrating spaces and optimizing spaces, leaving only what is essential at home.
In terms of integrating rooms, it is necessary to take into account the multiple needs on a residence. It should be taken into account how many people works at home office in the same residence and their working hours, which can often be simultaneous. Some people have chosen to transform their rooms into gourmet studios, a smart way to integrate spaces. All of this is important as long as the individuality of each one is respected, so when integrating, it takes into account an optimization of space, respecting the individuality of each one and maintaining good taste.
Many people have recently started receiving home visits, and once again integrated rooms favors these interactions. It is also important choose furniture items and unpleasant to bet on multifunctional furniture among other aspects.
All these trends are valid for both domestic rooms and commercial areas, as many people tend to spend a lot of time in these spaces.
Another trend that intensified even more in 2022, and will continue during 2023, is the greater need for contact with nature, as direct contact with what was outside became difficult. As a result, this type of design became even more popular. The professionals started to create spaces with a more natural touch, with the presence of nature, seeking a better quality of life and metal health through the presence of nature.
In pursuit of this essential objective, much more than including natural elements such as plants and flowers within the spaces. It is essential that several biophilic design principles be incorporated into the design. Some ways this materializes in practice is reflected in having spaces for rest, having more natural lighting, using roofs that provide sunlight, environmental indoor gardens, improving air quality and ventilation, etc.
It is necessary to go deeper, but the presence of nature in architectural projects, because of this styles such as Urban Jungle and Boho continues to be a trend.
The predominance of neutral and natural tones.
Or if they are colors that resemble the space, neutral and natural tones continue to be a trend for referring to nature. Bet on wood and pieces that resemble this material, in a more sustainable way, such as using wall coverings, floors, porcelain tiles that resemble wood tones. It is a good option to create a cozy look to add these shades to warm tones creating a sophistication in the space.
Adding this type of colors to the decor is a way of offering contact with nature that has been lost during these last few years because of the pandemic.
Presence of Gold and warm tones
Golden should stand out even more in the coming months, as it is a color that brings an impact of luxury to those who do not give up this feature when decorates. In addition, it is a color that can be used in any room, from the bathroom to the living room or be used in just a few selected items.
Even in the commercial rooms, golden color can be used, and can be applied to real estate mirrors, vases, lamps and many others.
Earthy tones, such as beige and brown, offer a warmer touch and make environments more cozy.