In the past couple of years, it seemed like there were so many different “hot” interior design trends going around that it was almost impossible to see them all through. Not only were there so many of them, but different people had different opinions about what’s hot and what’s not. So, while some designers made you feel like you virtually shouldn’t even own a house that doesn’t rock the open floor plan, others heavily disagreed, calling the open floor plan unpractical, unimaginative and just plain boring. That being said, there are, of course, certain interior design trends that have been popular for quite some time now and everybody agrees that they are here to stay. So, here are some of them you should consider implementing in your home’s design if you want to create a beautiful interior that will wow everyone with its style and beauty. Check them out. Maximalism So far, interior designers weren’t talking as much about maximalism as they should have – in our opinion. This trend became so popular fairly recently, but we’re all here for it. Basically, according to this trend, the accent is put on decorating with just a few oversized furniture pieces, which makes the space feel far less cluttered and more streamlined. Furthermore, this trend allows you to put together a consistent and well-balanced design without risking going too overboard. Metallic finishes Metallic finishes are another design element that we can expect to see a lot of this year. They’ve become so popular thanks to their clean look and sophisticated vibe they have the power to give off. So, if you’re considering implementing them in your interior design, make sure to first determine the color and the finish you find to be the most appealing. Alternatively, you can even mix and match different metals , but they should either be of the same color but different finish or the other way around to avoid ending up with a messy design. Gallery walls Gallery walls are also an element of the interior design that has been around for quite some time now and they don’t seem to be going anywhere any time soon. These work great in any area of the house and are most commonly incorporated in the design as statement pieces or focal points. So, browse various artwork online and find a common theme you can base your gallery wall off of. To make a truly personal statement with your gallery wall, you can even add different wall decorations – not just pictures and photos, framed mirrors and anything else that has some meaning to you. Statement floor tiles Floor tiles have been experiencing the rise in popularity, but it’s important to mention that we’re not talking about any ol’ plain floor tiles. Instead of going for a neutral look in your bathroom, you can opt for painted floor tiles and let your bathroom floor work as the accent piece of your bathroom décor. The best part is that if you choose the right statement floor tiles for your bathroom, you can go completely neutral with the rest of the design but rest assured that the entire space will still look absolutely amazing. Pop of color Finally, no interior design can be complete without a good pop of color . Not only does it add visual appeal to any space, but it also allows you to always stay in the loop with the current trends without having to spend a fortune. For instance, go with a neutral color palette in your living room – choose beige and combine it with warm colors of wooden furniture and brass accessories with a matte finish for a warmer look, or go monochromatic, with light gray walls, charcoal sofa and a with rug combines with black or silver matte metallics for a more modern vibe. Then, simply add a pop of either your favorite color or PANTONE’s color of the year with throw pillows and other small accessories to tie the entire design together. As you can see, while there definitely are a lot of interior design trends every year, there are some elements that are simply evergreen. So, when redecorating your home, choose the latter to make sure you’re always rocking an amazing interior design that simply oozes sophistication and style.