PHOTOS: Top 5 home décor trending this season

We have those unused spaces at home near the doorway, the extended areas of the living room, a balcony not too big, not too small. These areas can be well experimented with by using different textures, prints on patterns, colours and structures.

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We have those unused spaces at home near the doorway, the extended areas of the living room, a balcony not too big, not too small. These areas can be well experimented with by using different textures, prints on patterns, colours and structures. (unsplash.com)

We have those unused spaces at home near the doorway, the extended areas of the living room, a balcony not too big, not too small. These areas can be well experimented with by using different textures, prints on patterns, colours and structures. (unsplash.com)

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Mix and match: Bring life to your old furniture by creating a picturesque composition by adding some art and showpieces to it. Dazzle up the big boring wooden centre table with some metallic pieces or some edgy containers to create space for the little things that we throw on the desk. You can add some tonal accessories blending with the composition yet standing out making that corner open for a visit.

Mix and match: Bring life to your old furniture by creating a picturesque composition by adding some art and showpieces to it. Dazzle up the big boring wooden centre table with some metallic pieces or some edgy containers to create space for the little things that we throw on the desk. You can add some tonal accessories blending with the composition yet standing out making that corner open for a visit.

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Go geometric : Shapes and silhouettes are big in the interiors space right now. You can look at doing up a wall with bold tones using geometrical shapes or play around with symmetrical patterns on bookshelves, curtains, covers and fabrics, etc for the furniture. (unsplash.com)

Go geometric : Shapes and silhouettes are big in the interiors space right now. You can look at doing up a wall with bold tones using geometrical shapes or play around with symmetrical patterns on bookshelves, curtains, covers and fabrics, etc for the furniture. (unsplash.com)

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Go green: Indoors deserve that dose of greens as much as the outdoor. You can look at a good selection of seasonal leafy plants that survive indoors depending on the space and the décor composition you have for the same. If you are an obscure person at heart, go for the bonsai ones. (unsplash.com)

Go green: Indoors deserve that dose of greens as much as the outdoor. You can look at a good selection of seasonal leafy plants that survive indoors depending on the space and the décor composition you have for the same. If you are an obscure person at heart, go for the bonsai ones. (unsplash.com)

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Dual Tone: Break the monopoly of all white ambience and go for a double tone pattern. This works well for all the corners of the house, be it the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom or the study. You can go for the woody effect or add an earthy tone along with white to your interiors to stand out. (unsplash.com)

Dual Tone: Break the monopoly of all white ambience and go for a double tone pattern. This works well for all the corners of the house, be it the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom or the study. You can go for the woody effect or add an earthy tone along with white to your interiors to stand out. (unsplash.com)

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The minimal way: Minimalism isn’t as easy as it sounds in the head. It’s a hard task to create a clutter-free space with limited choices. Less is more is the current state of mind. The key is to get furniture that suffices for most of your day-to-day requirements and very subtle accessories that are not in the face and merge well with the space without being the odd one out. (uNSPLASH.COM)

The minimal way: Minimalism isn’t as easy as it sounds in the head. It’s a hard task to create a clutter-free space with limited choices. Less is more is the current state of mind. The key is to get furniture that suffices for most of your day-to-day requirements and very subtle accessories that are not in the face and merge well with the space without being the odd one out. (uNSPLASH.COM)

Updated on Oct 22, 2018 04:35 PM IST
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