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Looking back at old design trends is like looking at old photographs “Why did I wear those tacky glasses, the heavy hairdo and the painfully uncool dress?” you find yourself saying!
Trends change, perceptions change, even living styles metamorphasize according to environment.
Just like you keep working on your self, even an interior is an organic space which has to be worked upon, and you have to keep tweaking it, re looking at it, working at sprucing it up to change with your changing needs, the changing times and growing choices that replace obsolete decor.
Followers of Interior trends will realize how, at one time, everything had to be coordinated.
Furniture had to belong to a 'set', the sofa had to have 'matchy-match' single seaters - more often than not in leather.
Dense geometric shapes for woodwork or diversely diametric heavily carved loveseats; over-ornate sofa chairs like the 'thrones' they place for the bride and groom to sit on at a wedding reception.
And then there were the oh-so carefully placed corner tables.
Square with glass on top - matched again – one in each corner, placed at just that right angle with the artificial flowers.
Interiors are now about drama, quirky whimsy's added to spruce up interiors, experimental palettes and going with the flow of your inner choices and trying out new different ideas.
Photos Nisha JamVwal Design