Home inspo design trends from around the world.
One of the most underrated stages of the entire building process is the research stage. It’s where you start planning your dream home and you find what trends and styles best suit you. There has been some amazing new trends and styles from close to home all the way to the otherside of the world. Here’s what we’ve found:
Location: Melbourne Australia
This loft is an awesome use of industrial design, converting a 125-year-old factory building into an award-winning modern home. Featuring a mixture of intimately scaled family spaces and vast entertaining zones. Giving the home an industrial yet homey feel. A key highlight includes an impressive steel bridge connecting rooms on the upper floor which not only acts as a statement piece but allows more natural light to flood the downstairs living areas.
Location: Whistler, BC, Canada
This Whistler lodge is keeping things au naturel, with its stone cladding and wooden beams. Everything about this lodge is making the most of natural material from natural light to leather furnishings creating an inviting and cozy feel
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
While Geometric design may not be new news with the Bauhaus design philosophy dating back to the early 1900s,but it is certainly coming back with a vengeance. Stripping designs back to geometric shapes is a sure-fire way to give a home an elegant and modern feel, much like this Kuala Lumpur home.
Location: Queensland, Australia
Now that we are all more conscious of living sustainably, we’re learning to build sustainably. Now we recycle everything from pre-loved furniture to recycled brick. This recycled brick is not only better for the environment but also makes a rustic and homey feature wall.
Location: Gorinchem, Netherlands
What we love about wooden cladding is how versatile it is. Use vertical cladding with a coat of varnish to add a bit of class; or add a coat of white paint to give its relaxed coastal feel. Horizontal cladding can often give a room depth; roughly stacked wood with exposed grain can give your home a rustic rural feel. No matter what style you’re going for wooden cladding can take your home to the next level.