We always need to change something in our space, why not follow a trend, this trend for example. If you are looking to update your home and want it to reflect the current design trends, all it will take are some simple interior design changes.
These trends can be used in many rooms of the home. If you’re hesitant to completely changing your interior, consider adding certain aspects of a trend and make additions over a period of time.
How can um get a tactility space?
The tactility trend transmits a sensory experience is craved on objects that surround us as a counterbalance to be in contact with a digital surface 1276 times per day. The more we are in contact with plain cold screens, the more we will crave for haptic experiences with surfaces that are soft, raw, porous, and stimulate our senses when in touch.
The industry is responding very well to this need offering a wide range of tactile surfaces on wallpaper, wooden flooring, and ceramic tiles. And you find now an important number of designs that mimic a split surface through digital print. Ceramic tiles imitating wooden or stone flooring are a good example.
The subtle color palette covers all kinds of mineral-based finishes from Marmorino to Microcrete, lime wash paints, tiles, wall covering and textiles to get a patina look that is so much in vogue now. It’s all about creating a surface look that makes you want to slide your fingertips all over the surface.
The trick is on the delicacy, detail, and foliage to put this style together.