2018 Interior Design trends

2018 Interior Design trends

Looking for inspiration for styling your new home? Discover our top Interior Design trends for 2018.

Choosing your fixtures, fittings and interior style is an important stage of building a home that’s unique to you. Fall in love with one of top themes to help you find your own stunning individual style.


Coastal interiors evoke a sense of relaxation providing the perfect private escape from the busy outside world. Create a coastal inspired environment through the use of light to mid-tone timbers, whites and bright with touches of blues or greens and rattan introduced through occasional chairs or light fittings.

We styled our Barklay home design in this interior theme – Pictured here you can see the Open Plan living area and how the coastal theme looks like you’re home belongs in the Hamptons.



Find inspiration in organic shapes, colours and textures to create the perfect calming interior. This scheme is characterised by layering of tactile textures, comfortable and practical furniture, warm whites and plenty of greenery. A subtle colour palette provides a warm and inviting ambience to any space.



Industrial interiors evoke a sense of history through layering of rustic textures and eclectic furniture. When creating an industrial look think subway tiled splashbacks, concrete-look benchtops, distressed timber and open shelving. An industrial interior is primarily functional but draws visual interest it’s varied materials, furniture and objects which pay homage to a hard-working era. This is a style to have fun with!



‘Sophisticated and elegant’ perfectly describes a lux interior. This style should exude elegance and sophistication. Create the look with sleek, smooth finishes, rich timbers, marble and accents of gold or metallic.

Our Chevron 32 on display at Clyde shows this interior style – Pictured here you can see the Master Ensuite, oh so luxe.


Stay tuned to our Blog, Facebook & Instagram to view expert tips from our Interior design team focusing on each of these styling themes.

Why not jump onto Orbit’s Pinterest and start creating your very own mood boards for your favourite style!