In this fast-paced world, trends are always fluctuacting whether it be fashion, food or interior designs.
Next-in-line to buy a home, millennials are now the trend-setters of what’s hot and what’s not. As they begin to reach the stage in their lives where they find the need to buy houses for their future, the internet avails itself with it’s intrincasies. Preferences are easily determined from availing platforms such as Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram.
With that being said, let’s take a peek at some of the current and trendy home designs that are well liked by Generation-Y peeps.
This country styled home has managed to achieve a “clean-cut” and minimalistic look. Simply play down the oversized objects and bang in on sleeker and smaller furnitures to actualize this look.
If you have seen the viral video of Japs taking to extremes with minimalistic home designs and you’ll like to follow suit. All you have to do is add some wood, a hint of greenery, white walls, miniature furniture and you’re all set for a Muji-inspired themed house.
Sometimes, when you stick to minimal color codes for your home décor, it may seem lacklustrious at a glance. To lighten up the atmosphere of your home, color block with brightly hued chattel for some added spice!
Millennials are all about new ideas and when it comes to creating a home, it is no different. Put your creativity to good use to and think of unique ways to make your home truly yours. Do your research and speak to interior designers to craft out designs that suits your lifestyle.
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