Interior Trends 2018: What Colours, Textures And Looks Are Coming InGet ready to go retro.
By Leigh Campbell
Velvet and millennial pink are both here to stay.If you (like literally millions of other Aussies) were an avid viewer of The Block, chances are you’ve been bitten with the decorating bug.There’s something about a reno show that stirs up the creative juices and makes you want to chuck out half of your own tired belongings and head to the closest homemaker centre.Before you do so, do you know what trends are ‘in’? We asked Jade Nottage, Director at TomMarkHenry to help us understand what trends to look for.TomMarkHenry are the creative brains behind some of Australia’s best interior design projects — they’ve bagged winning nods at the World Interiors News Awards, Australian Interior Design Awards, EatDrinkDesign Awards, Interior Design Excellence Awards and Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.First up, is millennial pink sticking around?Millennial pink is a colour that defines a generation and was officially named back in 2016, yet its popularity only grew in 2017. If you’re a fan we have good news — it’s not going anywhere.”We feel that pink will stick around for another season for sure, maybe not with the same intensity, but as an accent colour,” Nottage told HuffPost Australia.