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The decorative week: trends that come, that leave and others that have arrived to stay

As every Sunday we wake up taking out of the oven our weekly summary. After reading and rereading much of the entries that have been published these days in the decorative blogosphere, we have chosen as the theme for our decorative week the trends that come and go and those that have arrived to stay.

And speaking of icons that never fail and that are always a success in common spaces, whether classic or modern, nothing better than to start with the chester sofa, the icon of the most British style of which we saw a report a few days ago in Chic and Deco.

In A Pinch of Home We found a wonderful selection of grandmothers things that are again fashionable in the decoration of homes starting with the velvet sofas and armchairs that are so much seen in the environments of the last seasons.

Neither do open and bright spaces go out of style. Although the houses were divided into many small rooms decades ago and the space was used in a different way, now what is important are the open spaces, like the one we saw in Interior Comfortable, a trend that has finally come to stay.

We are also interested in trends to decorate the wall like the midcentury mirrors of Italian design that we saw in My house is not made of dolls, There are several shapes and sizes and different compositions can be created with them to create atmosphere and decorate.

And in Delikatissen They bet on decorating the walls with XL portraits, nor is that a new fashion, the portraits have been with us for many years, whether they are celebrities, strangers or family members and now they become a trend.

The organic or natural trend has also become very fashionable in recent seasons, one of which has also been installed among us to gain increasing importance, a good example can be seen in the nature inspired eco house of Decofeelings.

And we finish with the ethnic Nordic style of Dar Amina, which we also love here at Decoesfera, but this time we rediscover it by the hand of La Garbatella. Dar Amina has been at the foot of the canyon for many years, always faithful to his style, which has an almost magical point capable of conquering many even if they have different tastes and of all kinds.

And here our weekly summary Today to inspire Sunday morning, enjoy what's left of the weekend! Next Sunday we will return with a new installment of the decorative week.

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