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Here Is How Home Interior Design Trends Are Changing Courtesy Corona

How coronavirus will affect home interior design trends

The novel virus corona has changed the way we live. Your home is going to and will reflect the same. Presenting changing interior design trends after COVID-19 so you can stay home and stay safe.

COVID 19 is a pandemic that the world was not prepared for. Starting from China spreading across the globe like wildfire this novel virus came and changed the paradigm and world economy.  With everyone trapped inside their homes in a massive lockdown to control  the spread of corona we are all living differently, and using our home in ways never imagined. 

This COVID 19 comes without an expiry date, and hence we need to find measures to safeguard ourselves and our loved ones as we stay at home and work from home. So are you guys ready?

Grow Your Own Home Garden Plants

COVID 19 has caused fear among every one of us. Even the slightest bit of must needed grocery shopping freaks us out. We are not in a position to trust the produce available at our local supermarkets. But don’t fear we at Design Cafe have a solution for you! It’s time to kick start and look forward to home garden plants. Why not grow your own herbs to season your pasta just right?  Consider a terrace garden or if you live in a small sized apartment, how about a small garden in your balcony? You can also plant the aromatic herbs like basil, mint, rosemary in tiny pots in your kitchen right above your sink or near the window. Vegetation at home will aid in healthier air and a trustworthy supply of your own greens.

Home garden plants are part of home interior design trends after coronavirus/covid-19

Colours And Moods Go Hand In Hand!

Colours do have an effect on our moods. And with the break out of COVID 19 it’s important we give importance to our mental health as well. You might want to be well known for characteristics like positivity, security and have a cheerful effect on your mind. Green is also a good choice of colour as it brings in a soothing effect. If the idea of painting the entire room with a warm colour sounds scary to the minimalist fan inside you, consider painting the main wall of your living room or your bedroom to make it a statement wall!

Will see big changes in home interiors paint colors and moods after coronavirus

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Loft Storage To Keep Your Room Clutter-Free!

Quarantine has made families come together and make room for more people. More people means loft storage is a must. I