This year and in the coming years, the power of social media and the ease of communication will emphasize the importance of detail in every aspect of interiors. The materials are chosen, the products preferred, and the particulars worth sharing are of great importance. Because each customer shares more than one check-in and photo in the space, they indirectly advertise the owners of the area.
No matter how important the location and size of the venue are, we should never forget that the details often show the venue and call the customer. You should not only serve drinks; you should remember that you are offering an experience to your customers, and you should determine the details that will make this experience special.
Chrome, nickel, copper, brass, gold leaf, plexi, linoleum, and neon colors will be at the forefront. Bright colors, metallic touches, color transitions, pattern-on-pattern applications, and risographs will form the details that will show themselves in the interiors. Corporate identity works will also get their share of these details. Leaf-patterned wallpapers, which we frequently encountered last year, are also very trendy this year.
Sound schemes that are calmer, away from the blaring music that is thought to motivate people, where the music will remain in the background, which requires deep experience and investment budget in arrangement and implementation, will be the subject of preference this year. Communication will be at the forefront. Fixed and large-scale shared furniture will help us create warmer interiors.
Skillful use of lighting is essential. Because no matter how carefully and regularly a space is designed, unless the light angles and calculations are made correctly, it will not be able to reveal the value of the materials used and reflect the furniture as if it were exhibited in a museum. Hence, the role of lighting is vital. The illumination preferred in warm colors will be adjustable and even color-changing.