Latest trends in interiors of contemporary Kerala homes

Some people spend more money on interior design than on building the structure. Photo: snorkulencija/iStock

Interestingly, most Malayalis who build their homes with an eye on the budget also spend a lot of money on interiors. In fact, there are some who spend more money on interior design than building the structure. But if you know the latest trends in the field of interior design, you can build homes that suit your heart with lower furnishing costs.

Colour highlight: This is a trend of modern homes. This is a way of highlighting the interior of the house by giving a different colour to any wall. They will be adding colour highlights to match the overall theme of the room.

Grille Works: This is an idea that can fill the house with air and light while enhancing its beauty. Design the grille work by determining the exact position in the interiors. It can also be used effectively when two rooms need to be separated. These are also provided as semi-partitions in living-dining and kitchen-dining areas. They are characterized by ensuring privacy without obscuring the view.

Wall Art: Wall art plays a big role in beautifying the walls. But then the wall art should match the interior theme of the house. If you are going to place paintings, you should look at the size, color, and specialty of the frames to determine the position. Today there is also a practice of making niches and placing artworks in them.

Indoor Plants and Pebbles: Indoor plants are becoming more and more popular today. Today plants are placed in courtyards, corners of rooms, balconies, etc. Adding glass to the walls where the plants are placed will help the plants to be visible to other areas. Even pebbles are provided in the courtyard, at the bottom of the staircase, and in the wash area. They can fill the house with positive energy.

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