A new year means a new opportunity to leave behind the old and embrace the new. When you’re deciding what home design trends you should incorporate into your home, be strategic and purposeful with your approach and stick with designs that you love and that fit and reflect your personal style. Consider which materials you want to use, what color pallet sparks joy and in what areas of your home are you looking to spruce up. If you’re looking for a few tips, check out these top home design trends that are going to be a huge hit this year.
The whole rustic, farmhouse trend is taking a step back and in its place comes the rise of natural elements throughout the home. Incorporating fresh, natural materials such as concrete, copper, stone, and granite help bring an organic and serene vibe to any space.
Sustainability (Less is More)
It’s all about being strategic and purposeful when decorating. Utilizing timeless pieces that evoke emotion and spark joy is more important than a clutter-filled space.
There’s a sore of floral wallpaper being exposed this year on accent walls throughout the home. From nurseries, bathrooms, bedrooms, and living rooms this timeless decor pattern is up and coming and sure to make a statement.
Rich Jewel Tones
Think bold indigo, emerald green and dark teal for pops of color in your living space. Incorporate this trend with a green velvet couch, a jewel-toned rug or abstract painting.
Exposed lighting is beginning to be a thing of the past. Now, vintage pendants, sconces, and brassy finished light fixtures are becoming the popular choice in lighting.
Four-poster beds (or canopy beds) bring in a sense of comfort and style in your bedroom. Finding a slim, minimalistic silhouette is key for fitting in without taking up too much space or becoming overpowering.
Another vintage design trend that’s making a comeback is bucket sinks. These trough-like sinks fit any design style whether farmhouse or modern design concepts and add a little touch of nostalgia to any bathroom or kitchen design.
Bold Patterned Backsplash
Make a little more impact in the kitchen with a punch of color. Simple backsplashes have had a good run over the years, so it’s time bolder colors and graphic tiles take over.