Trends in Interior Design for Residential Properties

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It is good to keep abreast of these trends in interior design in order to maintain, or sometimes even increase, the value of your house. It is also nice occasionally to have a change when it comes to home decor. Perhaps some of the above decorating trends would work for you.

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<ul><li> 1. TRENDS IN INTERIOR DESIGN FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES </li></ul> <p> 2. If you are one who watches the home improvement and real estate shows on television or browses decorating websites, you have probably noticed certain trends when it comes to interior design for residential properties. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 3. What are some of the trends we are seeing today that you might consider when decorating your own home or preparing it to sell? Certainly one trend is toward simplification. Less clutter is the order of the day - clean, simple lines in furniture and picture placement. Less is best. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 4. For some, this trend toward minimalism presents a problem. Many people have in the past been strongly influenced by the Country Living look - lots of antique furniture, and collections displayed on end tables, mantels and shelves. Wallpaper too was very popular. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 5. Now though we are seeing the emergence of simple displays on table tops and more blank spaces on walls. Paint is in; wallpaper is out. Perhaps you will see a subtle geometric wallpaper design on one accent wall, but that is about it. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 6. Open floor plans are popular today also. People like a nice flow from room to room. They don't like being cut off from family or guests by unnecessary walls. While It is easy enough to knock out a wall, it must first be determined if it is a bearing wall, one that is supporting the ceiling or roof. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 7. There is also a strong trend toward the mid- century modern look when it comes to interior design. Again, the sleek lines are in both furniture and house design. Some prefer a more eclectic look that incorporates this mid- century decor with other pieces that complement the look. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 8. One thing that is definitely out in residential design is carpeting. People want wood or bamboo flooring or a laminate that looks like wood but is more durable. This offers a clean look and a richness that only comes from natural wood tones. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ 9. It is good to keep abreast of these trends in interior design in order to maintain, or sometimes even increase, the value of your house. It is also nice occasionally to have a change when it comes to home decor. Perhaps some of the above decorating trends would work for you. More info on: http://spencergroupdesign.com.au/projects/residential-interior-design-brisbane/ </p>