Design Trends

Image via C Home, designed and owned by Richard Shapiro Remember the dream house of the early 2000s? All the coolest celebs were living in faux Mediterranean style mansions with gaudy chandeliers, yellowy beige walls, and shiny, sepia-toned tiles. After a while, Mediterranean design started to lose its allure in favor of cool, minimal palettes. But this is a style with staying power. When executed correctly, it’s sophisticated, comfortable, and just plain stunning. So along with the warm, earthy tones and natural textures currently trending in design, we’re revisiting one

Image via Kimberly Genevieve You can’t count on any color trend sticking around forever. Soft, baby pinks have been all the rage in recent years, but there comes a time when a new hue must reign supreme. From fiery retro shades to citrus hues, we’re predicting a takeover from the sunnier side of the color wheel. That’s right folks, orange is the new pink. Paint it Orange Whether it’s tangerine or cantaloupe-hued, orange is probably one of those paint colors your mother warned you about. But as long as you

Image via Apartment Therapy Oh gallery wall. You’ve had a good run. But we need a break. Why? Well, gallery walls are HARD. They require a lot of measuring, a curatorial eye, and patience with tools. And more often than not, all your hard work results in a cluttered and imbalanced mess. Groan. They’re also expensive. Buying and framing enough separate pieces to fill a wall can often far surpass the cost of one good piece. But what should you do with your art instead? We’ve compiled a few ideas that

Image via Chronically Vintage Our homes have changed a lot over the past half a century. But when you take a look through time, you’ll find there are some trends that we recycle again and again. Think Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern or the pastel hues of the 1980s. Naturally, there are great styles from the past that haven’t had quite the same staying power. But with a little walk down memory lane, you might be inspired to bring a retro look into your space. Whether you were born in

Image via Hey Wanderer When you think of boho style, you probably envision a room filled with sunny white walls, earthy accents and globetrotting textiles. It’s the boho we’ve come to know and love, but we’re ready for something new. Taking cues from other styles of design, we’ve started to see a moodier boho emerge. Think earth mama with a little edge. Curious? Read on to see how to bring this new look to your home. Boho + Minimalism You’re probably wondering how two opposing styles can possibly work harmoniously. After all,

Image via House Beautiful Whether you’re a “go pink or go home” kind of person, or just starting to appreciate the flirty hue, you probably know one thing: this color is trending big. From bolder, coral shades to subtler, pastel tones, pink can act as everything from a neutral to a statement hue. So in honor of this versatile hue, we’re rounding up the most inspiring rosy rooms. Pink Elegance Soft, rosé shades, whether patterned or solid, freshen up the room with effortless elegance and femininity. These Parisian-inspired spaces exude a sense of unabashedly girly glamour, perfect for

Image via Elizabeth Roberts Let’s start with a disclaimer: We’re not here to tell you that your space isn’t hip if you’re still rocking anything on this list. Design is all about what you like, so if you’re still digging millennial pink, then embrace your pink walls, pillows and chairs! But because home décor comes down to personal preference, we’ve polled our designers for the trends they’re tiring of. From kitchen hardware to living room décor, these are the trends we’re ready to say goodbye to this summer. OUT: Shiplap One of the most

Image via One Kings Lane People often think of modern design as stark and sterile, the look of museum galleries or a villain’s lair. But that cold vibe is a thing of the past. A newer, cozier modernism is on the rise — one that feels warm and inviting, streamlined and clean, all at the same time. But where did cozy modern come from? And how can you bring it into your own home? Read on for our tips. Cozy Modern Roots We’re putting our bets on the Scandinavians when it comes to the rise of

Image via Vintage Revivals While we’re all about originality in home decor, we have to admit that Pinterest provides an unparalleled source of inspiration. (We post our ideas for the taking all the time!) The trends you keep seeing, again and again, are basically crowdsourced from users just like you. One person can post an idea that gets circulated throughout the site, then replicated and reposted until it becomes a thing. Pretty cool, in our opinion. So what decor trends are getting a lot of traction this year? Pinterest recently shared its

Crackling wood in a fiery hearth paired with a hot cup of tea, a knit blanket, and a gathering of good friends. Sounds like the final scene in a Christmas movie, right? Well, that’s hygge, the Danish lifestyle trend that’s blown up over the last year. Roughly translating to “cozy,” hygge is all about living a harmonious, happy, and relaxing life by indulging in the comforts of home. Think fuzzy blankets, nubby sweaters, sweet-scented candles, and warm, delicious treats. The Danes insist that hygge is a way to live all year long,

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