The results are in, and there’s a lot to look forward to in 2018! Wallpapered ceilings, giant knitting and finger tattoos are just a few of the emerging trends people on Pinterest are excited about. The Pinterest 100 has it all—100 trend predictions across Pinterest’s top categories backed by global data.
People use Pinterest to plan their lives, so rather than taking a look back at the year, Pinterest gives us a look forward, at what pinners are searching for and saving to do in the future. Every category in the fourth annual Pinterest 100 is full of surprises and must-tries, but of course there’s one category in particular we are interested in: the home!
Decorating a home is personal and evolves over time. The notion that design is never done couldn’t be more true; it’s what keeps pinners coming back. With over 14 billion ideas, home continues to grow with a 75% increase in pins year on year. From full renos to stylish accents, here’s what trends are set to be big in 2018.
Resort-inspired style: Spa-inspired bathrooms and rattan furniture bring the vacay vibes home.
The magic of metallics: Metals mesh with any colour palette, but to really amp up a space, mix different finishes together.
Hello, terrazzo: The forgotten flooring of the ’70s is brightening up ceilings, entryways and everything in between.
The fifth wall: A statement ceiling can transform a room from the top down with bold paint, striking wallpaper or intricate texture.
Beautiful to the bone: Bone inlaid tiles take an ordinary piece from meh to marvellous with maximalism drama and geometric designs.
Wood wins: Wall tiles and flooring in a herringbone pattern are versatile and add dimension to make any space more modern.
Statement doors: A colorful, painted front door or friendly message on a mat is the new way to welcome guests.
Patterned plants: Houseplants, like the popular prayer plant, go beyond green, with vibrant, patterned foliage and flashes of colour.
Wall art is big: Bye bye blank space! Large posters, works of art and photography prints are blowing up.
Sage advice: Soften up a space with sage, the new neutral.