Design Trends

Image via The Glitter Guide Fringe–the boho-inspired fashion trend beloved by the music festival crowd–is now poised to become one of the hottest home decor trends of the summer. This quirky style has been on the rise ever since it hit the fashion runways in Paris and New York for the Fall 2018 shows. But, here’s the thing: you don’t have to be a slave to fashion or even nostalgic for the design vibes of the 70s to be on board with fringe at home. There are plenty of easy

Image via Vogue.com Fashion’s biggest event of the year–the Met Gala–took New York City by storm last night, with Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss, Blake Lively and many more stars, models and designers celebrating the grand opening of the exhibition “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. If you like fashion, there is no bigger night to stay home, constantly refresh Instagram and take in all those gorgeous gowns. If home design is more your thing (yes!), the red carpet also happens

We bet you didn’t realize that the models strutting down the catwalk in New York City wouldn’t only be influencing your wardrobe. Thanks to the trickle-down effect we see in the industry, the colors and patterns that show up during New York Fashion Week often end up in your living room too. Here’s a closer look at four trends that can go from runway to real life. Animal prints: Practically a neutral, a good leopard print is just as versatile as basic black. We see animal prints cycle in and

Break out your bold rugs, eclectic collectibles and ornate pillows because maximalism is back in a big way. Now is the time to take this fearless, no-rules design moment head on and add all the things you love to your space. Partial to pattern mixing? No problem. Love the drama of color clashing? Bring it on!  From embracing bold hues to adorning every inch of your home with pieces that fill you with joy, read on for five ways you can max out your space! Play with Color A true

Design trends (like everything else right now) are, in large part, driven by social media. Is your wall Insta-worthy? Is your living room Pinnable? What’s the new millennial pink? We needed answers, so we asked our resident design guru, Lori Evans, about what to expect going into the new year. Check out her design predictions for 2018. 1. Be Bold What’s an Instagram feed without generous splashes of color? She suggested adding bold colors and pattern-on-pattern mixing to your room, stat. “Thanks to Instagram, people want to post what they’ve done to

Image via 1stDibs There was a time when white walls were considered boring. People risked their lease deposits and spent loads of time prepping their places just to paint their apartments a more saturated hue. But then, something changed. White became the aesthetic of choice, and not just for the walls. Vibrant interiors took a back seat as monochromatic minimalism rose in popularity. And though there’s nothing wrong with that look, we must be honest — we’ve missed color. Everyone has their personal preference when it comes to their space’s

Image via Studio McGee It’s a little bit country, it’s a little bit industrial. There’s even a touch of minimalism to it, and people just can’t seem to get enough. Modern Farmhouse style is the design look of the moment. So what exactly is it? Well, if you’ve ever caught an episode of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, there’s your answer. A blend of rustic, cottage-like details and modern sensibilities, the farmhouse look strikes the perfect balance between homey and chic. Which is probably why so many people dig it. To get the look

Image via Abaton Haven’t you heard? Upsizing is the new downsizing. At least that’s the verdict according to a recent survey conducted by Trulia. Out of all the regrets homeowners across America have, buying a house that’s lacking in space ranks the highest. This may seem surprising since, over the last few years, people all over the world have chosen to “embrace minimalism” by giving up most of their material possessions in order to move into a tiny house. It’s a phenomenon that’s inspired a myriad of HGTV shows. It’s a trend

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again — Pinterest is the place to go for seasonal inspiration. Earlier this year, we highlighted their summer trend forecast, and now that fall is in full swing, it’s time to see what pinners are on the hunt for ahead of the cooler months. Read on for our take on this season’s top Pinterest decor trends! Halloween Decorating Ideas Pinterest anticipates that Halloween will be scary big this year. So they set up a virtual haunted house filled with frightfully good ideas for

Image via Architectural Digest Neutrals are a necessary part of any home’s color palette. Not only do they keep our spaces feeling grounded and cozy, but they add a level of elegance that bright, saturated hues just don’t. But however essential they are, basic beiges and flat greys can feel a bit stuffy, which is why we’re turning to a warmer palette. Introducing the new neutrals. From heated rust to earthy olive tones, these rich hues have the capacity to color your space with a fresh dose of style. OLIVE

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