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Design Trends That Never Go Out of Style

Connection to Nature

Connection to nature is becoming a key element in interior design, and it's not just a fleeting trend that will come and go. Rather, it's a timeless element that will continue to hold relevance in the future.

The idea of connecting with nature in interior design isn't anything new. For centuries, people have found ways to bring the natural world into their homes, whether it's through a sun-filled room or a beautiful garden view. It's a way of making our homes feel more connected to the world around us and creating a sense of calm and tranquility.

Allowing natural light to fill your space is a simple and effective way to create a connection to nature. Sunlight has been shown to improve mood and increase productivity, and it creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere in any room. Large windows, skylights, and light-colored walls can all help maximize the amount of natural light in your home.

Another way to create a connection to nature is through views of the landscape. Whether it's a sweeping vista of the countryside or a small garden outside your window, incorporating natural views into your home design can help you feel more grounded and connected to the world around you.

Water features are another popular way to bring nature into the home. A small fountain, a pond, or even a tabletop water feature can create a soothing and calming atmosphere, and the sound of water can help drown out distractions and promote relaxation.

Of course, one of the easiest ways to bring nature into your home is through potted plants. Indoor plants not only add a touch of greenery to your decor, but they also help purify the air and promote a sense of calm and well-being.


Beyond allowing natural light to pierce through your home, intentional lighting design can create a warm and inviting atmosphere that is always on-trend. When done well, artificial lighting can highlight the beauty of your space and enhance your experience within it.

Rather than simply flooding a space with light to achieve a uniform brightness, laying out light purposefully with activity intent and footcandles needed in mind can make a significant difference. For example, accent lighting can be used to highlight elements in your space that are particularly beautiful, like a piece of artwork or an architectural detail.

In addition, washing walls with light can highlight a beautiful texture and create ambiance in a room. This technique can also help make a smaller space feel more open and inviting. Evenly illuminating work surfaces on a dimmer is another way to create a harmonious balance of light in your space that can be adjusted throughout the day to align with the changing sunlight.

When it comes to intentional lighting design, it's essential to consider the functionality of each space. For example, in a bedroom, softer lighting can promote relaxation, while in a kitchen, brighter, task-focused lighting is necessary. Layering different types of lighting can help achieve the right balance of light for each space, incorporating ambient, accent, and task lighting to create a dynamic and inviting atmosphere.

The Right Color

When it comes to choosing the right color for your home, forget about the color of the year and focus on what looks good on you and your family's skin tone. Consider having your personal colors done to determine which hues work best for your eye, hair, and skin color. Even if you prefer a neutral palette, the underlying colors should complement your personal colors. Avoid painting a room in a color that makes you look washed out, as this can affect how you appear in the space. If a popular interior color washes you out, it's best to avoid using it. Choosing the right color is not only about following trends but also about creating an environment that complements and enhances your personal style.

Be Yourself

Ultimately, your home should reflect you and your unique style. Your journey, family, memories, and aspirations are unique to you, and your space should speak to that. Don't be afraid to incorporate pieces of furniture or decor that you love, even if they're not currently on-trend. After all, you are the one living in the space, and it should make you happy.

If you prefer all-white hardware over trendy nickel, or a bright pink room instead of the latest "it" color, go for it. Your personal preferences and style are what truly matter. Staying true to what you love, even as it evolves over time, will always be on-trend, no matter what society says.

So, bring your unique style to your home and make it a space that reflects you and your journey. Surround yourself with the things that you love, and your space will be both functional and beautiful, and above all, truly yours.

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