Interior design that doesn’t date

Interior design that doesn’t go out of style.

You only have to peep at Zoopla or Rightmove to discover some terribly out-of-date interiors.

I’m talking dark wood panelled walls, textured wallpaper and coloured bathroom suites (but not in a good way).

Most interior trends will go out of fashion eventually – it’s about as likely as rain in April – so it’s hard to pick something that’s going to stand the test of time, but not totally impossible.

Interior design that doesn't date

Interior design that doesn’t date

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Classic interior design is less likely to go out of date; using timeless prints and neutral colour pallets will help your interiors stay looking up to date for longer.

If your furniture, fixtures and fittings are classic then you can always swap or update smaller pieces to keep your space looking modern with different colours prints and patterns.

Tip: make sure your interiors aren’t tied to a specific trend or decade for a timeless look.

Interior design that doesn't date

9 Timeless interior design styles

  1. White bedding
  2. Shaker kitchens
  3. White kitchens
  4. Toile fabrics
  5. Subway tiles
  6. Oak wood flooring
  7. Gallery walls
  8. Carpet
  9. Built-in bookshelf
  10. Clean-lined furniture

What is timeless furniture?

Timeless furniture remains true to its original shape and form; it’s created with the same design as when it was first built.

Interior design that doesn't date

what interior design is in style?

  1. Bohemian
  2. Sustainable interiors
  3. Maximalism
  4. Country Cottage
  5. Minimalism
  1. Micro Trends: 3 months – 12 months
  2. Mainstream Trends: 1 year – 3 years
  3. Macro Trends: 3 years – 5 years
  4. Mega Trends: 10 years +

does interior design have a future?

Interior design is expected to grow astronomically by 2025. According to, the interior design industry is expected to be worth 212,300 million USD by 2024.

Interior design that doesn't date

When did interior design begin?

Elsie de Wolfe is considered to be the first interior designer. Wolfe was the first person to be commissioned for decorating a home In the early 1900s. However, the first record of architects creating interior design dates back to 1600AD.

Interior design and decoration – what’s the difference?

Design is about the function and the flow of spaces whereas decoration is purely cosmetic.

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white bedding La Redoute

Linot plain 100% washed linen duvet cover – La Redoute £55

white bedding H&M

Washed cotton duvet set – from £29.99

wooden bistro chair

Camille Elmwood and rattan bentwood dining chair, natural – £119.99

toile print bedding H&M

Cotton single duvet cover set – H&M £17.99

subway metro white tiles

Metro Underground flat white wall tiles 200×100 – Total Tiles £0.35 /tile

gallery wall frames

Set of 8 gallery wall frames – M&S £35

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