Trends For Your Chelsea Home
There are lots of different trends which can exist within the home of a person, and your Chelsea home is no different. There are many different trends, which take the form of decorative items and whimsical items, but it can sometimes be difficult to know what is the latest trend. In order to try and help you with this, we’ve taken a look at some of the trends which are available in your Chelsea property.
One of the trends which would look great in your Chelsea home is a map. Whether it is a map of a real place, or a map of a favourite fictional land, the map is making it’s way into more and more homes as a sign of culture, and of broadening horizons outside of the country. A map can be informative, educational, and yet will still look the best it possibly can be.
They’re rapidly gaining popularity as tattoos, and the Mandala print is also becoming something which would fit into your Chelsea property as being up to date and stylish. The print itself is a circular design, and has very close links with both the Hindu and Buddhist cultures, and is great for adding a unique and spiritual design to your home.
Another trend which would prove to be just what your Chelsea home needs is an addition of wooden surfaces. The return to wooden surfaces is part of a movement towards a simpler and more rustic approach to decorations in the home, and the wooden surfaces can apply to all manner of things, such as worktops, wallpapers, and even the floor on which you walk.
The green theme
A trend which is gaining more and more popularity which would look good in your Chelsea home is the emergence of green as a staple colour. Replacing the previous trend of having blues, this trend instead focuses on having warmer greens, which create a more earthy and natural feel when paired with a wooden surface.
Aloe Vera plants
One of the other trends which are becoming popular choices for Chelsea based homes, the aloe vera plant is one which is good for people who lead busy lives and can’t spend lots of time maintaining plants. They don’t need much water, and they also can survive in a range of conditions, which makes them suitable plants to be left for a few days if needed, and they bring a touch of nature and life to your home, without being too big or too demanding.
Overall, these are just a few ideas for your Chelsea home. The trends this year do seem to be focusing on a return to natural themes and colours, perhaps as a way to counteract the rise of technology and cold metallic elements, and does suggest that instead of going forward with new fangled ideas and concepts, it is sometimes better to go back to the traditional decorations, all of which are timeless and known to look good in a home.
When it comes to interior design in Chelsea, as well as being a full managed building and refurbishment with over 4 generations of building experience extended down from the Wimpenny Group we understand interior design. Why not speak to a member of our team from our London office to talk about your next renovation project in Chelsea or West London.
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