Jasmine Todleson, November 16th , 2018.
While minimalism can scarcely be described as a new or cutting edge design trend, it is one that has enjoyed a significant resurgence in recent times. Regardless of whether this is down to changing tastes or the simple fact that the majority of new-build homes are relatively restricted with regards to space, the consequence is that a growing number of households are de-cluttering their interiors and reducing the amount fixtures and furnishings that they purchase. Although this trend is generally timeless and will always hold appeal for home-owners, its intermittent nature means that it may not be long before it is temporarily out of favour once again.
In the contemporary world, there is an emphasis on all things natural and environmentally friendly. This has had a huge impact on prevailing interior design trends, and triggered a host of innovative and interesting concepts for forward-thinking property owners. One of the most prominent is the idea of optimising exposure to natural light within the home, which has been facilitated by the development of products such as frameless glazing and French windows. Given this and the number of complimentary natural wood and oak furniture items also available from suppliers such as Shackletons, there is every chance that this trend will retain its popularity for a considerable period of time.
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