After a year as stylish as 2015, it's hard to imagine that anything could top it. But if things happen the way top interior designers, home decor bloggers and design enthusiast predict, and the biggest design trends of the upcoming year turn out to be true, we're in for a real treat. Scroll down to see our top 7 trends we're most excited for this year.
Graphic wallpaper, ornate chandeliers and furniture-like pieces turn sterile spaces into ones that feel a lot more like home. Statement mirrors in bathrooms with ornate vintage touches, boost the areas style and make bathrooms feel more like living spaces.
Formal Dining Rooms
Not everyone takes the leap to turn the dining room into an office or media room. For homeowners who entertain frequently, a designated space for gathering for special meals isn’t negotiable, and they’re pouring attention into these rooms.
Two-Tone Kitchen Cabinets
Keep upper cabinets neutral for a clean and timeless feel. You can even play with a subtle color like grey on the upper cabinets. Then go crazy with the lower cabinets by playing with various counter tops and brighter colors to take your kitchen in two different style directions.
No Tech Living Rooms
Living rooms that ditch the tech for family, are a must for some families. With so much screen time throughout the day and night, homeowners are looking for a calm respite where they can read a book, chat with friends and family or just sit quietly. Thus, the rise of living rooms devoid of digital distractions are popping up everywhere.
White Kitchens with a Punch
White kitchen walls and cabinets — and even countertops in many cases — is a trend that will continue for years to come. To avoid a too-sterile look, many designers and homeowners are learning to punch up an all-white space with smart, colorful details through tile, floor-to-ceiling bookcases, raw materials and more.
New advances mean you can have all the ambience without the smell, pollution or hassle of traditional wood-burning fireplaces. Plus, fireplaces are making a comeback as living room focal points in lieu of the dark void of a TV screen.
A can of paint will certainly transform the look and feel of a bedroom, but to take the sanctuary to the next level, you’re going to need bolder ideas. Here, a rustic wood wall and ceiling feature warms up the otherwise contemporary room.
What home decor trend are you loving most? Will you be redecorating this year. Hope these trends inspire you to rethink your spaces!