AN interior design expert has revealed the five trends that are coming back.
American interior designer Jordan Samson has ICT Tac and shared a clip revealing the one comeback trend he would personally avoid.
In the clip, he begins, “We are saying goodbye to open concepts and returning to more traditional floor plans with enclosed living, dining and office spaces.
“It’s good for acoustics and privacy.”
The next trend that Jordan says he’s “really happy” to see returning is wood paneling.
He explains: “Paneling is very trendy at the moment, it’s everywhere but it comes in many shapes and styles.
“It’s on the ceilings, it’s on the walls and I love it.”
The third interior design trend is maximalism, which Jordan says is back in bold prints and patterns, wallpaper and curtains.
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“I find it a bit overwhelming but on a small scale I think it looks great!” he admits.
He then moves on to discuss colorful and retro square tiles.
“It’s very popular right now,” he explains. “I’m a little worried about this one because to me it already looks dated.
“Checkerboard is extremely popular right now…”
And finally, Jordan notes the return of art deco.
“Art deco is making a big comeback right now – I think it’s replacing the glam era of 2010 which I think looks a bit better but it’s just not my style,” says -he.
Jordan captioned the post: “Which do you think is a hit or a hard pass.”
The video has since racked up 157,000 views and has been inundated with comments online.
“I like traditional floor plans if it’s a big house with lots of space, but an open floor plan will always be better for smaller houses,” one wrote. them.
A second wrote: “So happy that traditional floor plans are coming back. Open floor plans make a house so loud it drove me crazy growing up in one.”
A third commented, “Love Art Deco, but checkerboard? It seems old fashioned, but everything old is new again sometimes!”
Meanwhile, a fourth noted: “I agree that square tiles have already reached their peak. Art Deco is my least favorite period of design, but I think American Art Deco is better than British Art Deco.”
Another added: ‘In architecture we hate mosaic tiles. We prefer bigger slabs in order to avoid dirt in the joints.’