Koviljka Neskovic, Berlin based Art director and illustrator, created this colorful series of illustrations for Pinterest and the ’20 Trends that will make your home work’ – a part of their yearly trend research Pinsights.

Pinterest asked to showcase 3 main rooms that represent some of the top home decor trends on their website, like hanging plants, removable wallpaper, terracotta pots, round mirrors etc.

Based on the ideas and keywords from the lovely people at Pinterest, I’ve worked around these three rooms, that come together in the ‘Future Home Daydreaming’ concept: Temporary Eternity, Infinite Reflection and Singular Abundance.

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BEDROOM

The bedroom concept is based on removable wallpapers and stick-on tiles. A lot of Pinterest users are renters and most of the time the decoration needs to be temporary, and ready to be taken down in a day. Besides that another big bedroom trend are hanging clothes racks and ‘no closet closets’, which basically means all of your stuff becomes a decoration in itself.

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BATHROOM

The main bathroom trends were hanging plants in pink terracotta pots and round mirrors. One of the most interesting things is the mix of the plants in the main field and the reflection of other plants in the mirror.

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LIVING ROOM

The living room has a million and one elements and details – it’s a guest room and an office, a cinema and the dining room. But as long as every thing has its own peculiarity and reason to be there, this abundance creates a beautiful messy scenery.

See more from Koviljka – here 

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