Top Trends For Your Home

Our Guide To Top Home Improvement Trends

Thousands of homes across the UK change their decor year on year to keep up with the latest trends. Trends include copper items, wooden furniture, plants, wall arts, and brand new composite doors. Contemporary and industrial styles are the perfect way of inserting your space with the more modern styles.

Copper Appliances And Items

Copper became a very popular hit during 2017. Furthermore, copper is not going anywhere anytime soon and is expected to continue to grow in popularity. Copper items and appliances are a great way to introduce style into your home. Some of the many items that you can add to your homes such as kettles, cutlery, plant pots, toaster, jars and many other items.


Wall Art and Decor

Use your time to get inspiration to add your favourite kind of art to your bedroom walls, living rooms, and bathroom. Posters and decal stick ons are very popular. Try making a statement and think outside of the box by using retro styles, vinyl covers, and other stuff for your personal living space.

Wooden Trends

Wood is becoming very trendy at the moment. Wooden items such as wooden flooring, wooden tables, and other wooden accessories make beautiful natural features to our homes. Wooden elements can be incorporated into big homes with wooden flooring, it is a great way to bring rooms together in open space. Furthermore, for smaller scaled homes, using and up-cycling old types of wooden furniture to create a beautiful coffee table or couch side table.


Composite Doors

Composite doors continue to rise year on year. Becoming a very popular choice for most homeowners due to their fantastic security, wide range of designs and styles and funky bright colours. Composite doors come in a wide range of colours such as yellow, duck egg blue, red, navy blue and anything you can think possible. They are really eye-catching and can transform an entire home just by changing the door.

House Plants Are Still On Trend

Houseplants are a great way of adding fresh green colour to your home.  With beautiful house plants, you won’t need to worry too much about watering them or carrying out pruning. Because most houseplants require very little water and maintenance. They make a stunning accessory to any home and any room.

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