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8 main trends in interior design in 2016

Deep colors, pronounced textures andpostmodernism - we are talking about these and other hot trends of the coming autumn, which you should definitely try at home Summer flew by really imperceptibly: it seems that June has just begun, but a new autumn season is already on the doorstep. With the approaching series of rains, cold and gray (literally) everyday life, an interior renovation, even a very small one, will help to cope. In this article, we have collected 8 of the brightest trends of the upcoming season: from fashionable shades to whole stylistic directions. There are plenty to choose from! Warm gray Autumn is inevitable rains, slush and dullness, and few people want to bring it into their home. However, gray can boast not only elegance and nobility, but also a wealth of shades. That is why in the fall of 2016 it remains at the peak of popularity, but designers recommend using warm shades that will create a feeling of coziness, and not make you bored. Mother-of-pearl, gray, green tea, quartz, light telegrey, protective - and the list is not limited to these warm variations of gray. Terrazzo Technique Terrazzo - Old Italianthe technique of making seamless mosaic floors from natural materials, and its prehistory goes back to Ancient Greece and Rome. Today, terrazzo flooring can be found in luxury villas, prestigious hotels and elite establishments. The question arises: what does the trend have to do with it? The answer is simple: the beauty of natural mosaics is attracting more and more designers, and now at exhibitions, and in stores, you can find tiles, wallpapers and even carpets that imitate the surface of terrazzo. The latter will be an excellent solution for those who are fascinated by surfaces made in this technique, but do not have the opportunity to apply them in their pure form in their interior. Memphis style Have you ever heard of the band?postmodern designers "Memphis"? Even if not, you probably saw: bright colors, bizarre shapes, catchy patterns - and all this is mixed in sometimes insane proportions. For a residential interior, such a style may seem too daring, but what, if not a riot of colors and a variety of unusual prints, will disperse the autumn grayness? In addition, the 2016 exhibitions only confirm the growing popularity of postmodernism in general and this style in particular. Bottle glass color Bottle glass color -it is a deep, dark shade of green with a blue or gray undertone. It looks incredibly stylish and elegant, so you can safely experiment with it not only in clothes. It looks equally good both as a decoration, if you like dark, mysterious and a little mystical interiors, and as accents. You can combine bottle green with brown, black, white, pistachio, shades of red, as well as with its closest neighbors - light or dark gray or calm blue. White embossed walls Walls are applied inRussian interiors have been around for a long time, but they are turning into a confident trend only now. The list of their advantages is really impressive: they are reliable, durable, environmentally friendly, and most importantly, they are still original and eye-catching. This season, at the peak of popularity, simple but spectacular white walls with a relief: 3D panels are ideal for living rooms, and for a bathroom or kitchen, you can choose tiles with a 3D effect. Animal print Yes, leopard print,zebra, tiger and other animalistic patterns do not go out of fashion for decades, stoically resisting the labels hung on them: "tasteless", "lurid", "vulgar". Recently we have a leopard print, but, of course, the patterned fauna is not limited to them. Jaguar, tiger, zebra, lynx - you can safely use any prints in the interior, but remember that you quickly get tired of animalistic ornaments. Based on this, you can go in two ways: use the print locally (bed linen, a small piece of furniture or decor, decorative pillow, bedspread) or choose a stylized neutral option - this is suitable even for decoration, for example, an accent wall. Gradient coloring Gradient, ombre, degrade- this technique has many names, but one essence: the surface painted in this way looks very fashionable and unusual. Going from a darker to a lighter shade of a single color is a great way to create a more unusual solid color finish. You can also start with something smaller, such as buying an ombre bedding set, or hanging a gradient lamp in your kitchen. Chocolate shade What we all want so muchrainy and chilly autumn evenings? That's right - chocolate, and preferably hot! But you don't have to limit yourself to a delicious dessert: deep chocolate brown shades in this cold season are no less popular than bottle glass and warm gray. Pick a tone to your liking and use it as a background or accent. For walls, a plain paint of a slightly cold chocolate color is best suited, but for textiles you can choose the warmest, cozy and delicious shades.

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