6 Trends in Home Fashion for Summer

Summer is a great time to think about redecorating. If you’ve recently completed your spring cleaning and purged unneeded clutter, you should think about updating your home fashion as the next step. Make yourself aware of the current trends in home fashion that are popular this summer if you feel that your living space could do with a change-up.

1. Artful Rugs

Not only does a high-quality rug help disguise the wear and tear on your floors that result from busy family life, it also adds dimension and warmth to a room. Area rug companies offer pieces that can suit any style, from the contemporary to the classic.

2. Woven Fibers

Furniture and decorations crafted from woven fibers make any room look effortlessly chic and add an element of texture that is also organic.

3. Geometric Patterns

When your life is chaotic, you can take comfort in the predictability and logic of a distinctive geometric pattern in decorative elements such as rugs, wall decorations, even furniture upholstery. Geometric patterns are surprisingly versatile due to their simplicity and order.

4. Blues and Greens

Even if you can’t make a trip to the ocean this summer, you may be able to bring a little bit of the ocean home to you by decorating in deep shades of blue and green. Summer is a time to unwind, and researchers in color psychology have demonstrated through studies that blues and greens can have a calming effect on those who observe them.

5. Floral Prints

Floral prints have been trending lately in clothing as well as home fashion without regard for the season. However, this trend is particularly appropriate for summer. For people who are not talented at gardening, this is a good way to maximize the decorative potential of flowers.

6. Copper

Copper is a timeless finish. It fits equally well in an industrial space as in a vintage motif. In fact, a touch of copper fits well into almost any design scheme.

It is always fun to experiment and craft a look that suits your individual tastes. You may be able to combine one or more of these trends to create a style all your own.