Five of the latest interior trends for your Alpine rental property
One of the best ways to keep bookings coming when renting out your Alpine property, is to make sure your interior is attractive and on trend.
When people are on holiday, they like to feel a little bit more luxury than they might do at home, and some trendy interior design is a great way to capture that vibe.
We’ve rounded up five of 2019’s hottest interior trends that are quick and easy to implement in a rental property:
Scandi minimalism has been an interior design trend for some years now, focusing on clean lines, light colours and natural materials. This year, the Scandinavian look is going ‘70s, and it’s a look that would work well in an Alpine property.
It’s easy to implement too - add a few hanging macrame plant holders and opt for an earthy colour palette and some geometric prints. You don’t have to go wild - just changing out the throw cushions on your sofa could change the feel of the property.
If your home is minimal and largely white, one of the best and most on-trend ways to add some interest is by using texture. In a minimal home, textured soft furnishings are a great way to make add cosiness to a home which could otherwise feel a little cold and stark. Whether it’s tassled cushions, textured curtains or tactile bed linens, there are lots of easy ways to add interesting texture to your home.
A few years ago the most fashionable way to serve dinner would have been on minimal white tableware, but no more. Now white tableware is out, and rustic homemade-style glazed ceramic tableware is in.
Some locally made ceramics could be a great way to add local colour to your rental property - and if you don’t want to commit to a whole dinner service, why not just invest in a beautiful fruit bowl or vase?
Velvet, velvet and more velvet
A luxe texture that’s bang on trend in 2019 is velvet; from sofas to curtains and footstools, the shops are full of velvet furnishings.
If your home is sleek and minimal, lighter colours like blush pinks and light turquoises will add a pop of colour; if it’s a more traditional chalet with wood cladding and beams, dark jewel tones will make the space feel seriously sumptuous.
Crisp and classic bedding
Popular for a few years, ‘statement’ linen has lost its sheen; instead interior designers are turning back to the classics. Crisp, top quality white cotton bedding and deep pile white towels will never go out of style - and are less tricky to look after than you might imagine.
Renting out your Alpine property
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