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Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone’s Color Institute executive director, is constantly looking for patterns among the trends. ‘In March 2017, she presented Pantone’s colour forecast for 2018 along with seven emerging home trends for consumers to consider. Based on style rather than colour, the trends speak to the future of modern design’ (CORT).
Eiseman says, ” inspiration is a catalyst, an impulse, a motivator.” For millennials, the real defining trend of their generation is their own personal expression. And personal expression does not have to come with a hefty price tag, so you can put your own unique spin on 2018’s style trends to easily remodel your home.
Without further ado, here are the Pantone 2018 design predictions that you can easily integrate into your home:
TREND 1: GEOMETRIC PATTERNS
Geometric patterns have been everywhere this year, so it’s no surprise they will continue well into 2018.
TREND 2: TYPOGRAPHY
Word art is a simple but fun way to incorporate pop culture statements into your space.
TREND 3: WOOD TREATMENTS
There has been a lot of natural wood pieces popping up all over the Internet, including wine crates and DIY shadow boxes. This natural wood look provides a great contrast to stark, sleek modern surroundings.
TREND 4: FRINGE
Fringe definitely has a playful vibe reminiscent of a playful time, and it’s making a comeback on pillows, throws and furniture.
TREND 5: METALLICS
Eiseman refers to metallic pieces as modern-day ‘neutrals’ and ‘classics’ and believes they will endure as a prominent trend
TREND 6: IRIDESCENT ACCENTS
When it comes to iridescent pieces, Eiseman says, “The human eye can absolutely not avoid (them).”
TREND 7: BOLD COLOURS
‘Eiseman likened bold colours to the “intense lifestyle and thought process” of modern times’
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