Top Interior Design Trends for 2018


New year, new style? In order to start the new year off right, you may want to redecorate certain rooms in your house. If you’re interested in giving your apartment a fresh new look, here are some of the hottest interior design trends for 2018 that you may want to copy.


Wallpaper always spruces up the look of any room no matter the size. Wallpaper is an easy way to make the most basic rooms look elegant and sophisticated. This year geometric patters are really in, and wallpaper is a fun way of implementing this trend in your house. Check out our wallpaper guide to find the best places to shop.

Brass and Copper

The days of stainless steel are behind us! This year hardware and furnishings will be comprised of more copper and brass tones rather than the industrialized look of stainless steel.

Curved Furniture 

Furniture with less straight lines make a room more casual and this will become increasingly popular in 2018. Curved furniture including beds and chairs are very modern and will transform your apartment into a funky space with a variety of shapes and lines.

Bright Colours 

No more muted neutrals, bright and bold colours are back in full force! You can incorporate these colours into your home in a number of different ways. You can add some bold accessories like drapes and accent pieces, or make more of a statement by opting for a bold duvet cover or table.

More Wood

Wooden pieces were quite popular this year, and this will not stop in 2018. Incorporating wood into your kitchen and bathroom is very trendy and will give your rooms a more comfortable rustic look. You can also play around with your hardwood floors, as wider beams are becoming increasingly popular this year.


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Emily Stewart

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Emily is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at RentMoola. She's a reader, skier, and self-proclaimed Beyonce superfan.

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