Interior Design Trends for Every Room in 2012

If you've recently bought your first home, you've moved into your first apartment, you've moved into a new space or you simply just want to update a room in your home, you're probably wondering what the current different interior design trends are. Here's a basic guide to the trendiest decor styles of 2012 for every room in your home, from the bedroom to the bathroom, the kitchen to the living room and everything in between.

Bedroom Designs

Bedroom designs in 2012 will be returning to clean, crisp lines and details. The style will be purely contemporary, as people are looking to de-stress from the recent economy issues and thus, they'll want to create bedroom designs that are spa-like. Spaces that you can retreat into after a long, hard day.

Be on the look out for clean, soft hues including cool blues, soft grays and creamy ivory whites, giving a soft and comfortable look with clean lines that compliment a comfortable, restful space.

Interior Design Trends For 2012

A new year beings with it lots of new interior design trends, and we've got some cracking tips to help you liven up an old room and give your house a fresh lease of life. Find comfort in your old rooms by adding some accessories to fit in with the chic trends of 2012.

Psychedelic 70s

The 70s are back (again) with a vengeance and groovy patterns are popping up everywhere in the interior design world. Think bold, bright and fabulous colours - funky wallpaper, 70s print cushions - be careful not to go overboard, you want to achieve a contemporary 70s look rather than a tasteless one. Velour sofas, shag pile rugs and monochrome against bold and bright colours are perfect ways to create the 70s vibe.

Industrial

Industrial furniture is one of the biggest trends of 2012, and is featuring everywhere. Rustic, old, second-hand and vintage furniture is in so get visiting those car boot sales and vintage furniture shops to grab yourself a bargain and trend-setting piece. Industrial furniture includes the likes of old children's lift up lid school desks with inkwells, draughtsmen's drawers and factory-style furniture. Scratched metal tables from industrial kitchens vintage maps are also key interior design pieces this year.