Over the past few years, many of us have reclined towards opinions and thoughts of others. Take interior designing for example, who would’ve thought in the olden days that we’d pay someone to give ‘their’ ideas meant for improving ‘our’ house. However, they have now become the sole drivers of fashion designing.
Nowadays, it doesn’t matter if we like the style or not; what matters is that are we following the latest trend or not? We are all guilty of throwing away perfectly good furniture just because it’s not matching the new curtains anymore, applying state-of-the-art paint on our one good wall (even when we don’t like it), and trying to ignore it for the rest of our life, till another up-to-date shade pops in.
The freshest new trend in interior design.
For me, the greatest new trend in Décor & Design is not painting half the walls or turning the floors blue but being resourceful. This relates to the ancient age when people used what they had and remodeled it.
Following such a movement can make you inventive and creative in order to do whatever you want to do to your place, without any displeasure occurring. This is also so much more economical, as you won’t have to hire designers and buy new stuff every time.
How to follow it?
There are many online auction sites that can assist you in doing so. Also, you can go to garden or garage sales and buy attractive goods that fascinate you. Most importantly, you can look into your own house to create original art – take a trip to the attic or the basement and pick a few good things that can muster with your already displayed possessions. You can also alter the existent furniture and antiques by changing their place or painting them or doing any other thing that may seem self-appeasing.
It’s all about you in this ingenious trend. Join the inventive fashion and promote the ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’ motto.