COVID-19 has had an impact on everything in our lives, even how we decorate.  A preference for materials that protect our health and that are easy to clean is overtaking every other trend.  But there is more to life than the potential consequences of the virus and some ideas that will likely set the tone over the coming months are emerging from these ever-changing times.

We’ve made a list of the most important ones that have been shared on Instagram and that we believe you should be taking into account for your projects.

 

The cosiness of timber

Timber protects against the transmission of the virus better than many other materials.  It is also capable of instantly transforming a cold space into a warm and welcoming one when it’s used tastefully.

 

The future is vintage

During an economic crisis like the one that’s been brought on by COVID-19, being able to save money in any project is essential.  That’s why Holly Becker from decor8 says that the future is vintage.  Recycling is in.

 

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Una publicación compartida de decor8 by Holly Becker (@decor8)

 

Decorating the walls with art (in a meaningful way)

Bare walls are no longer an option.  But well-known designer Emily Henderson has reminded us of some basic rules that we should follow when it comes to hanging paintings and other decorative elements.  These rules are simple, but easily forgotten.

 

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Una publicación compartida de Emily Henderson (@em_henderson)

 

Building underground

One of the goals of environmentalism is reducing the impact that our activities have on the environment.  The significance of this movement has led to silent living becoming a trend.

 

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Una publicación compartida de Wallpaper* (@wallpapermag)

 

Browns are dominating

Seasons always determine trends and, in autumn in the northern hemisphere, browns are taking over everything we see, filling landscapes with the perfect combination of tranquillity and nostalgia.

 

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Una publicación compartida de PANTONE (@pantone)

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