Autumn is as good a time for home renovation as spring. From the capital of fashion Paris and famous New York interior houses, a new crop of designers dictating the world’s interior fashions have arrived at us. Again, interior designers creating fabric and wallpaper patterns offer more than one direction.
It is not necessary to turn everything upside down. There is no one time for everyone to renovate a home. Do it just when you have a desire to innovate it. You can update on pasting wallpapers – the modern technology for easy-to-paste wallpapers offers great potential. A wall fragment or niche on a wall with expressive, artistic pattern can truly replace a work of art at home.
Another way to refresh your furniture is to cover a sofa or armchair with a new tapestry. They can be towed with new tapestries made by world-renowned manufacturers. This gives the furniture a trendy outfit because the forms are timeless.
An even easier task is to renew the cushions with new fabrics, which are never too much in the home.
There are several basic directions for wallpaper and fabric patterns:
Artistic geometry. The blurry, minimalist, Scandinavian-style geometry that dominated the field of geometric patterns in the spring is being replaced by artistic, oil-like wallpaper panels reminiscent of oil paintings.
In other cases, these may be geometric patterns of stiffer lines, distinguished not only by the drawing but also by the texture. The geometric tendency is particularly evident in fabric and carpet patterns. These elements are easy to integrate into modern interiors.
Flowers and other botanical themes. Various bright colors of large flowers in spring, as well as monochrome patterns, change by other patterns and shades. The floral carpet tapestry motif would definitely replace the entire work of art that enlivens the interior. Large and slightly archaic fabrics are noticeable in collections of many design houses.
The large leaves, bamboos, magnolias or palm motifs known since spring are recurring patterns in wallpaper patterns – an alternative to masonry and concrete in densely populated cities.
Digital patterns with landscapes. It is like an old photo wallpaper: digital panoramic wallpapers should not be called this way. We see motifs from oriental or Japanese landscapes, as well as wallpapers using digital technology, photography, and sophisticated woodcarving techniques. Digital patterns made by this technique resemble engravings.
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