Everything started as a social network to share pics with other photo-lovers. But little by little, it has attracted audience from other places on the web: people who share their daily lives have come from Facebook. Other users share selfies looking for relationships, (or just for the sake of narcisism). And there are those who use this as a windowscape for products..
Anyway, Pinterest has become the place to know yearly trends, based on users’ likes.
Eric Wahlgren has published an article called “100 Pinterest Trends for 2019”, where he analyses major topics like “travel”, “health and wellness”, “hobbies”, “celebrations”, “food”, “home”, “men’s and women’s style”, “beauty”, and “kids and parenting”, based on the searches for certain interests. (Full article here: https://business.pinterest.com/en/blog/100-pinterest-trends-for-2019).
Even if our speciality is standbuilding and designing, we feel very close to “interior design”. So let´s have a look at some “Home” trends for this year:
- Yellow walls and coloured accesories. (See above)
(Picture by: http://tierraeste.com/45-spectacular-yellow-interior-design/yellow-white-bedroom-ensuite-interior-design-ideas/)
2. Indoor and outdoor modern and sleek fireplaces.
(Picture by: http://www.chimeneaspio.es/chimeneas/chimeneas-modernas#lg=1&slide=0)
3. Painting colorful geometric shapes on walls.
(Picture by: https://www.muralswallpaper.com/es/shop-murals/pastel-modern-shapes-wall-mural/)
4. Cacti and succulent plants continue being a trend.
(Picture by: https://www.housebeautiful.com/uk/garden/plants/news/a295/7-things-you-may-not-know-about-cacti/)
5. Vertical gardens from floor to ceiling.
(Picture by: https://www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/the-ups-and-downs-of-vertical-gardens-1.213677)
6. Painting over parquet or tile floors.
(Pics by: https://www.brightgreendoor.com/faux-cement-tile-painted-floors/)
7. Bold wallpaper with big prints or tropical leaves.
(Picture by: http://www.leroymerlin.es/productos/decoracion/decoracion_de_paredes_y_techos/papel_pintado.html)
Do you feel like incorporating any of these to your next exhibition project? Maybe these can easily connect with your visitors and unconsciously attract them.