May 18, 2020
These are the most popular decorative tricks on Instagram
Instagram has become a meeting point and source of inspiration for interior designers, creators and design lovers, where some of the latest decorative trends are put on display.
Instagram is one of the most widely used social networks in the world and is used by more than 500 million users every day. Through this channel, interior designers, designers, architects and creators share their projects with other professions and inspire all those interior design lovers who use the channel to learn about the latest trends. We at PORCELANOSA Group have put together some of our ‘must-have’ collections for transforming your house into a design icon.
1. Majestic hallways
The hallway is a home’s letter of introduction and its decoration can be fundamental to livability. To make the best first impression possible, the team at PORCELANOSA Group has selected the Indic Gris collection from Venis, due to the sobriety of the continuist design of its pieces, as they can be used as either floor or wall tiles.
2. Arty kitchens
We at PORCELANOSA Group recommend covering the walls with mosaics of wood, glass, stone or ceramics from L’Antic Colonial. The geometry and versatility offered by their designs will lend spaces greater originality and turn your kitchen into a more artistic setting. To reinforce its luminosity sustainably, the best solution is to use LED spotlights and regulate the lighting depending on the environment you want to create.
3. Open and multifunctional spaces
The houses of the future say goodbye to partitions. Open concept is already an Instagram trend and it is increasingly common to see bedrooms with integrated bathrooms or kitchens open to the living room, as is the case in this space designed by the Italian architect Simone Micheli. Here, the bathroom and bedroom form part of the same space and two collections stand out in this seemingly infinite room: The Forest Cognac ceramic parquet from PAR-KER™ (general flooring) and the compact mineral Krion™, which shapes the bathroom’s countertops, offer a continuation of this minimalist aesthetic based on the colours white and brown.
4. Flexible design
This E6.70 Roble Seda and E5.70 Bottle Brillo kitchen by Gamadecor combines the walnut finish with the XTONE worktop. The result is a simpler and more flexible design inspired by natural elements, turning the kitchen into a meeting place. Its extendable structure transforms the worktop into a main table and invites you to spend long hours around it.
5. Copper bathrooms
The use of copper in the bathroom has become popular over the last few years. In addition to its resistance and durability, this material prevents the proliferation of bacteria, it is fireproof and reduces energy consumption. These are qualities that define the Lounge taps in copper finish by Noken, whose shine and integrity give the bathroom new meaning and transform it into an exclusive and sustainable space. The taps also have a built-in flow limiter that encourages water saving on every use.