Based on the latest information from the Realtor.com Home Improvement column, there are a few sharp turns ahead for interior design trends this year. And, while we’ve already shared some of the expected hot new design trends for this winter into spring (here and here), ideas are as numerous as the stars and, though they may not be as bright, we can only hope they illuminate and inspire.
While innovation and an eye for style may be the most valuable tools you possess as an interior designer, there comes a time for all for us when we get a bit stale. It’s human nature to repeat what has worked in the past yet, if you hope to keep your edge, it’s often a good idea to see how others have met a design challenge. Seeing the creative solutions that other designers have developed will frequently spark innovation.
Geometric Patterns are Calculated to Catch the Eye
Whether bold or subtle, whether as accents or focus point, the geometric designs that became fashionable last year will persist and expand into home and offices this year.
Cole & Son “Deco Palm” geometric wallpaper design
Lonny.com Geometric throw pillows
Tropical Designs can make a Room Temperate or Sweltering
Has your green thumb fallen off? Replace live (or dead) flora with leafy greens or tropical fauna for a balmy and sultry feeling in virtually any space.
Realtor.com, shares a photo by Kohler
Flamingos wallpaper design by Cole & Son
Black Stainless Appliances offer a Sleek, Modern Look
While brushed stainless appliances have had their day, black stainless remains easy to care for and maintain, while making a statement the neighbors have yet to consider.
Black Stainless Steel Appliances by Kitchen Aid
Bold Entries that lead to Beautiful Encounters
As the saying goes, you only get one chance to make a first impression and bold front doors and entries are a great tool for letting visitors know there are no shrinking violets behind them.
Adding curb appeal to the front doors, from HouseBeautiful.com
Looking for more new design trends, tips, and ideas? Get in touch with TD Fall today.