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With a growing taste of modern décor among today’s homebuyers, interior designers are making a killing these days. Whether it is organic designs based on natural elements or synthetic interior patterns, the Indian realty market is replete with a plethora of inspiring interior design trends. Some of the favorite interior designers and decorators expressed their view on design trend in 2018.

Interiorsinfo.com a brain child of founder and CEO Mr. Murtaza Motiwala expressed his view on the current year trends and predicts his view on design trend in India. According to him classic, traditional design elements will be back in a big way in 2018! They’ve certainly never gone away entirely, but over the past few years, everyone has gone mad for modern. Given the uncertainty of our current political and social climate, it makes sense that people would gravitate to classic, sure-fire favorites to make their homes a true respite from the rest of the world. Get ready for antiques, traditional brown furniture, and printed fabrics such as floral chintzes to make their mark in the new year.
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SKB enterprise owner Mustafa Ali said that preference for local products among homeowners has been on the rise that highlight the aesthetic value of the apartments. Home décor based on organic or eco-friendly materials such as wood, stone, metals, jute, bamboo, recycled rubber, etc. is quite popular.
  Mr. Motiwala said In new homes and apartments, traditional dining rooms aren’t being used like they once were, especially in homes and apartments where open-concept living/kitchen areas are the norm. To maximize usable space, many people are converting the dining room into a library or media room. Homeowners and apartment dwellers are finding ways to create spaces designated for reading and watching TV.
  Gleaming light’s owner Shailesh Patel emphasized that even good lighting still remains key to making any room feel warm and inviting, but we think chandeliers are going to take a back seat to oversize pendants this year. Not so long ago, pendants were used in smaller areas such as an entry or over a kitchen island (in groups, at that), but expect larger-than-life pendants to work their way over dining areas this coming year. We still love our chandeliers, but the pendant’s single light source is a nice change.
  Saaj décor owner Mr Santosh said that geometrical designs in home décor are still ruling the hearts of many homeowners. These inspiring styles are applicable in tiles, kitchen backsplashes, wallpapers as well as upholstery fabrics.
  Mr. Karan of Shiv steel said a classic combination of warm metals such as brass, copper or gold with cooler ones like silver is creating a lot of buzz in Indian homes. The layered mix of silver, gold and black metals appear more stylish than any other design trend. Digital prints are slowly but steadily capturing the interests of home décor enthusiasts. 

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