Looking to remodel a room but aren’t sure which furnishing trends to follow? You may be in luck this year, as an abundance of styles and trends populate the market, providing an opportune time for creativity and experimentation in furnishing. Home furnishings no longer emphasize the matching bed sets and perfectly selected woodwork of years past. Rather, furniture and home décor designers are providing an array of highly diverse and eclectic options, allowing consumers to flex their creative muscles to create a more authentic living space. As your home should be a reflection of yourself, don’t shy away from selecting quirky and varied furnishings if they truly represent your taste. Experiment with different colors, textures, and patterns. Now is the time to be bold!
Metallic fabrics, outdoor furniture serving as indoor furniture, vintage furniture, compact furniture, multi-functional furniture, haute design furniture at low prices, and leather furniture are among the most popular industry trends. Not only does the diversity among these trends reflect a growing interest in previously marginal styles, but the ease with which these trends are implemented together thankfully places less pressure on the DIY home furnisher to “get it right.” Because furniture trends are increasingly featured simultaneously in rooms, there’s no limit to the combinations an individual homeowner can make. Spaces such as those featured on RealSimple magazine’s online site provide examples of this modern approach to furnishing, which are reflected throughout numerous industry publications.
Furthermore, it can be to your benefit to choose a more varied, vintage look, for these items can often be found for far less at cheaper furniture stores with incredible bargain discounts. Cheap furniture stores truly are your best bet for finding the unique combination of furniture and décor to express your individual style. You’re not likely to find premium name brand stores with the range of diverse inventory that can be offered by stores with discounts and package deals. Plus, the low costs at discount furniture warehouses afford the flexibility to purchase a higher quantity of pieces to enhance a living space. Even better: lower prices don’t equate to lower quality. You can find an equally well-crafted piece of furniture at a cheaper store as you would in a larger showroom, for many discount stores save money by buying straight from the manufacturer.
Further, unlike the large investment you might make when purchasing premium furniture, by shopping at discount stores and saving a substantial sum of money, replacing furniture in the future to keep with the trends and reflect your changing taste will be much easier to come to terms with. It will be far more difficult to part with your $5,000 custom coffee table (purchased to match your even more expensive bed set) when you decide you’d like to redesign your bedroom, than it will with the furniture you purchased at an amazing discount.