Accessories: The little artifacts that are artistically used in the home give it the style desired. You may decide to go in for a particular style and create the ambience as per the theme that you have in mind. For instance, if a traditional Indian home is what you have in mind, then using handmade Indian home decorations are a great idea. From beautiful handmade baskets, figurines, wall hangings depicting traditional Indian art forms, rangolis, paintings by local artists are all just what you need. Using brass lamps and tribal art works too add to the ambience.
Natural Surfaces. The look of natural facades using wood, stone and brick patterns. Retro Geometrics comes in a wide range of vibrant colors to ultra modern block designs with a distinctly urban flavor via retro chic. Metallic matte also Specifically turquoise and copper. Sweet Pastels Subtle, calm and muted hues will be the trend.
This decor style also includes lighting, bath and gift items. Baby items are also available in this refreshingly feminine collection. The shabby chic collection is able to give a complete look for the whole house with tasteful items for everyday use. Wall Paper in 2015 the wall paper trend was ’70s style patterns. So what are we in store for in 2016?
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