With home decor a hot topic of discussion in Australia, the home decor industry in the state of Victoria is on fire.
The home decor craze is currently sweeping the country, with sales of home decor items rising by nearly 200% in just two years.
In 2017, the Victorian government announced plans to launch a nationwide crackdown on the sales of fashion, sport and novelty goods, and the Home Style and Design Authority has issued a report warning that Victoria could see an increase in fashion and beauty related crimes as people start to buy into the trend.
The Victorian government has also announced plans for a crackdown on clothing and fashion accessories that promote unhealthy eating habits, but the industry is still on fire as consumers buy more of the things they are more likely to wear.
Victoria Home Design Trends 2018 The trends in Victorian home decor in 2018 The trend in Victoria home design trends is not as clear cut as many of the others in the world, but here are a few of the trends that are on the rise in Victoria.
The most popular style of home decoration for the Victorian home is the modernist, contemporary or contemporary.
Modernism is a form of modern architecture that combines elements from art, design, engineering, and fashion.
Modernist home design has become popular in recent years, and it is now also the dominant style in Melbourne, where it is also known as contemporary.
Modernism is often described as ‘modern architecture’, with its geometric shapes, clean lines and clean lines of paint, the use of a large proportion of wood, and a focus on the materials that are used.
A modernist house is usually made from materials such as glass, brick and concrete.
Modernist home decor is often influenced by the likes of Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Edward Hopper, and Jean Nouvel.
Modern design has a strong emphasis on quality materials and design, which is a positive attribute of the style.
Modernists are known for their ‘soft-focus’ aesthetic, which means that they are often very gentle, with the exception of some of the softer modern styles, such as the modernists.
The most recent trend in Victorian style was the use and popularity of ‘soft’ and ‘softly’ modernism, with this style having a soft, refined look.
A modernist home can have the look of an ancient Egyptian palace or a contemporary Japanese house.
Modernists are often seen with white walls, white trim and large windows.
Modern-styled homes are often the result of designers and designers wanting to be more ‘modern’, and they often incorporate modern elements such as modernist furniture and furniture accessories, a wide range of finishes and materials.