Article originally published on March 5, 2020
Modern 80’s are a timeless trend that stands as one of the most important trends that exist to this day! It keeps on transforming each setting, with the most amazing bespoke pieces and embellished places. When we think about 80’s modern decor what comes to mind is big, bold prints and loud colors. Well, whether you like it or not, a lot of those loud design choices are coming back in a big way. Paris Design Agenda can’t wait to show you this trend selection, so scroll down to find out these amazing pieces!
Though it may seem like you just rid your home of every brass accessory you were so excited about in the ’80s, brass is back. Almost everything comes back in style if you wait long enough. The interior designer Lee Robinson believes that brass is much more understated and luxurious than it used to be.
Soft pastels were huge in design during the ’80s and ’90s, and they’re popular again but with a slight update. This time around they’re a little more sophisticated.
Pop art’s famous bold colors and prints are once again gaining popularity in modern design. “With the decade’s love for bright colors, it’s no surprise that the vibrant, primary-toned pop art of the 1960s made a comeback in the ’80s,” says Laurel & Wolf.
1980s interior design involved a lot of loud, bold prints in daring colors. Today, many of these prints have adapted to the 21st century by holding onto their unique characteristics, but have toned things down a bit overall. Jungle print was big in the ’80s. Today, green, leafy prints are making a comeback in the 80s modern decor.