COVID Impact On Home Interior Styling
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the working conditions worldwide. People are working remotely from home, and home is no more just a place to rest. It has transformed into an office, classroom, restaurant, movie theatre, gym, and a lot more. So, to cater to so many activities and to ensure proper functionality, the home interiors have to be styled the same way. Take a close look at some of the ways that experts predict interior design will change after coronavirus.
Bigger Home Office Setup
The new work-from-home policies have been made mandatory till the next year in many places and this requires the living room, bedroom nooks, and basements to suddenly function as makeshift home offices. Homeowners now are likely interested in larger, more defined home offices so that they can work from home with ease and be most productive too. In case you have smaller homes and live in apartments, then multi-functional furniture pieces come to rescue. Make use of drop-down desks or stylish office furniture that doubles as décor items and can help blend a work station into another room more seamlessly whenever required.
Thoughtfully Designed Kitchens
Amidst this pandemic, most people have been experimenting with recipes, and lately, cooking has become a favorite new hobby for many. This has ultimately resulted in some changes required in the kitchen organization and design. The frequency of people using the kitchen has increased and now kitchens need more storage spaces. Therefore, there has emerged a need to maximize the kitchen space and cater to other uses as well besides just cooking. In the upcoming interior trends, it is expected to see more orderly kitchen storage and larger pantries to help amateur chefs achieve restaurant-style results at home. Also, the kitchen islands can even be transformed into a make-shift office desk with some high-stool and chair along with.
Some home spaces like the kitchen and bathrooms are high-traffic areas and should now make use of easy-to-clean hard surfaces, like glazed ceramic tile, and other materials that can prevent germ spread. Use antibacterial surfaces such as copper and brass to keep homes and people safe and healthy.
Now home is the safest space, and continuing by that logic gatherings at entertainment at home is the best. Home entertainment has become more popular than ever. Get a nice home entertainment center and invite family and friends for safe and comfortable celebrations and gatherings.