Do you want to add a sense of sea vacations? Easy! Azure bedspread + a few blue pillows + sandy color rug + white curtains – and the effect is achieved!

Remote work, distance learning, no trips… For a long time, we’ve been on a short leash, spending more and more time at home. No wonder that you (lake lots of others) are looking to freshen up your place but not ready for a big investment. No problem! Update the textiles, and the atmosphere will immediately sparkle with new colors! Here, we’d like to provide you with the 10 latest trends in textile decor for your next home renovation project.

 

Do you want to add a sense of being on a sea shore? Easy! Azure bedspread + a couple of blue pillows + sandy color rug + white curtains – and the effect is achieved! Geometric prints? Abstract? Inscriptions? Any patterns can be combined on textiles! The main thing is to choose the shades you like and set the accents. No limits to your imagination with limited budget!

 

10 Latest trends in textile decor

 

10 Latest trends in textile decor

Here, 10 latest trends in textile decor

 

#1

Natural fabrics

Natural fabrics have come to the fore. Linen and woolen products, as well as rather exotic fabrics made from algae, palm, mulberry and raffia are in fashion. But cotton production has dropped to a record low due to the fact that its processing is not environmentally friendly and requires a lot of additional resources.

 

#2

Ethnic and exotic patterns

For a long time, we’ve been on a short leash and the trend for ethnic and exotic patterns was born out of lack of travel. Its basis is a combination of various ornaments from folk and tribal to abstract and prints in the style of modern art. The palette and texture are as diverse as the places of their origin: oriental hieroglyphs, Moroccan mosaics, African rock art, Slavic ritual embroidery, and on and on. This also includes textiles with imitation of animal skins and wood-stone-tile-like fabric. However, traditional prints such as check, stripes and floral patterns, as well as less exotic ethnic ornaments are also popular.

#3

Trendy curtain styles

If we talk about the latest styles in window covering design, then the following trends have been outlined:

  • Scandinavian: Due to the visual simplicity, rigor and at the same time elegance, Scandinavian-style curtains are great for almost any interior. The dominance of white and various light shades is its main feature.
  • Japanese: With its oriental minimalism, panel curtains (most often made of dense fabric) are an indicator of elegance and maximum functionality.
  • Roman: The curtains come in the simple classic fabric folds or cascade fabric folds, which are still in place even if the curtains are unfolded.

To romanticize the interior, you can turn to French or Austrian curtains, especially if the style of your room is close to Provence.

The easiest way to freshen up your interior is to rearrange the furniture and make color accents with textiles.

Colorful decorative pillows

Decorative pillows of bright shades are an accessory that can enliven any interior. They look especially impressive in a room with a neutral color of walls and furniture, focusing attention on themselves and attracting glances. Throw solid or printed pillows on the sofa in the living room, decorate the bed in the bedroom, or organize a soft nook on the floor in the nursery. Don’t be afraid to mix different shades – create your own palette for a bright summer day!

#5

Polka dots curtains

Interior fashion keeps pace with woman’s fashion, and here is a prime example: polka dots. First, they decorated dresses, and now they “moved” to fabric for curtains. For a country-style room they look very cool.

#6

Lace curtains

Lace fabrics have not left the fashionable Olympus for so many years that you involuntarily wonder: maybe this is already a classic? Be that as it may, they are a hit of spring-summer textile decor.

#7

Contrast colors

The main condition is that the contrasting detail should be the only one against the background of a neutral palette; you can take pastel and juicier shades of the same color.

 

#8

Color palette

  • Natural color palette: Designers like to repeat that you don’t have to invent anything, you just need to learn from nature – there are amazing color combinations there. That is why the shades of the sea, sand, clay, sky and foliage look unobtrusive, soft, and relaxing. The palette is still dominated by shades close to natural: gray, brown, and green. If you want brightness, you can choose more saturated and deep colors: blue, orange, yellow. But such colors should not prevail in your room interior. The same rule applies to patterns, prints and ornaments.
  • The green palette occupies the leading place: The tenderness and freshness of this color brought a huge number of combinations for your home décor. Psychologists say that different shades of green can even improve your mood. However, beige, milky, powdery, purple and peach are also trendy colors.
  • Ecru textile: Eternally classic and synonymous with elegance, ecru fabrics are good for curtains, upholstery, and bed textiles.

#9

Monochrome solutions

Needless to say, they are very stylish. Even the most famous brands pay tribute to monochrome. However, the fabric texture plays a very special role here: where the color solution is laconic, the interior gains its rich look with the help of different textures. And upholstery fabrics with a convex pattern are very welcome here.

#10

Luminous fabric

The luminous optical fabric is made of ultra-thin optical fibers, directly woven with synthetic fibers. The optical fibers are specially processed in order to allow the light to be emitted along the full length of the fibers. The luminous optical fabric is available in a dozen of colors. It is water resistant and can be washed. It’s a sophisticated material for clothes, home decor, furniture, luxury cars and special events decoration.

 

10 Latest trends in textile decor

Luminous fabric at night. Photo credit: www.olx.ua

10 Latest trends in textile decor

Luminous fabric at daylight. Photo credit: www.olx.ua

This 100% cotton amazing linen is from the “Cities of the World” collection from the Turkish brand TAS. Trendy, modern and stylish design with colorful symbols of New York, Paris, London and Istanbul! With the gentle fluorescent glow at night, the innovative glow series are designed from the finest quality soft and delicate satin. The luminous linen creates a fabulous atmosphere in your bedroom.

The set consists of:

  • Sheet – 240×260 cm (1 pc);
  • Duvet cover – 200×220 cm (1 pc)
  • Pillowcase – 50×70 cm (4 pcs)

This bed linen could also be a perfect gift for a birthday, anniversary or wedding.

 

Optical Textiles – the future trend

 

Optical textiles, or «illusory material», are a revolutionary project implemented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under the supervision of two professors Axel Kilian and Stephanie Mullery. The illusory material immediately gained wider recognition in the design world, and won two Reddot Design awards in 2020, including the “Best of the Best” award. The multi-material 3D printed, optical textiles are the latest innovative trend from consumer products to the fashion industry.

Bottom line: If you’d like to change something in your interior in accordance with the season or just according to your mood, the easiest way is to rearrange the furniture and make fresh color accents with textiles.

 

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

10 Latest trends in textile decor

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