Are you aware that particular decoration trends and trends in construction are making their way back? We want to direct your attention at particular tendencies that most people have already written off. It’s quite strange (or not so much) that a lot of them have made their way back into the spotlight. We’ve compiled a short list of four decoration trends that have returned, even though we’ve thought of them as obsolete.
Marble, back in the late 90s’ and early 00s’ was the epidemy of luxurious living. However, after the turn of the decade, almost throughout the entire decade of 2010-2019, marble was becoming sort of outdated and near obsolete to speak the truth. Well it wasn’t entirely out of the picture, but middle-class homeowners were leaning towards more economic choices.
Nonetheless, it has made a comeback now, and you can find a lot of interior décor ideas with marble.
A fence is not everyone’s cup of coffee. However, as they were almost a no-brainer addition to the standard suburban home of the 50’s and 60s’ in the US, the popularity of fences faded away over time. However, nowadays it seems to be getting back on track. The fences of modern-day homes aren’t similar to what they were decades ago. People are choosing more premium, durable materials that have timeless elegance, for example charred wood fences.
If you don’t know what’s charred wood, also known as Japanese Shou Sugi Ban, hop on to Degmeda.eu to read more!
Patterns & Prints were a thing in the hippy-filled 60s’, 70s’ and for a while in the 90s’ as well. However, last decade saw the mega-rise of minimalism, mono-tone colours and a very clean look in almost all spheres imaginable, including interior decoration.
Find tons of patterned pillows, bed sheets, rugs and every other piece of decoration that have embraced patterns and prints.
There is a constant nostalgic fascination with a period that’s about 20-30 years back. The same applies for the modern day and time when the cool and fashionable thing to do is to try and resemble the mad raves of the early 1990s’.
Everything from the materials, all the way to home layouts have been made to try and mimic, yet slightly upgrade the raw and rough charm of that period.