These Are The 3 Interiors Trends To Know For 2018

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by Caroline Ferry |
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The fine people at Pinterest know a thing or two about interiors. Apparently, there are over 14 billion interiors pins on there, and we, the Pinterest-using public pin over 12 million home décor pins every month. And that’s in the UK alone, which is mind-boggling. The planning platform have just done a whole load of data-pulling, and the biggest home décor trends according to who’s pinning what, are in.

The Gucci effect

Not only has Alessandro Michele’s love for maximalist decked us out in a whole new wardrobe (the trickle-down from Gucci to High Street is real), but our homes get a makeover too. Saves for Maximalism are up +121%, with bold colours, clashing patterns and kitsch accessories reigning supreme.

The Wes Anderson effect

With saves for pins up a massive +186%, expect to recognise the director’s highly stylised interiors at all your friend’s houses this year. Think pretty pink hues via The Grand Budapest Hotel are you’re on the right track.

The Terrazzo effect

Originally created as a poured composite for flooring and worktops in the 1970s, you can expect to see the mixed-media marbling on everything from walls to notebooks this year thanks to a +305% rise in pinning.

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