This coming year seems to be a turning point in interior design fads. Doesn’t it feel like everything has been grey, white, and beige for far too long? Although some of those trends will never go out of style, it might be time to say goodbye to your tried and true looks and give way for some new aesthetics. Check out this list of interior design trends that are on the horizon for the coming year.
- Florals: Florals aren’t just for your grandma’s powder room anymore, floral print fabrics and wallpapers are popping up everywhere and really breathing some life into homes across the country. Whether it’s brightly colored florals, or more of a muted and understated approach, there’s no denying this trend is coming in hot.
- Stark White and Warmer Neutrals: As we already mentioned, cooler greys are on their way out now that everyone and their mother has painted a room that color at least once. What is up and coming instead are bright whites paired with warmer neutrals for both wall colors and fabrics throughout the home.
- Bold Backsplashes: Again, the days of plain backsplashes have come to an end, and things are starting to get more fun and playful in the kitchen. Backsplashes in bold colors, designs, and patterns are being chosen time and time again over traditional single-colored neutrals right now.
- Four-Poster Beds: Things are starting to take a turn back in time to a more ritzy and lavish approach when it comes to interior design for the coming year. Four-poster beds are making a return and people everywhere are here for it. It is being said they offer a sense of safety and security to our personal spaces, adding coziness and warmth to the places we need it most.
- Black Bathrooms: Yes, you read that correctly. Black bathrooms are the new black this coming year, and are kicking the fresh and airy spa looks to the curb. These dark and cave-like bathrooms are intending to evoke a luxurious high-end feel like that of a five star, yet funky restaurant.
- Lightly Colored Wood Floors: Color choices like light oak, birch, and beachy white oak are turning up everywhere for wood floors. Homeowners are wanting a light and airy flow throughout the house and these colors can help achieve just that.
Warmer & Darker Counter Tops: And just like that, it seems that the tables have turned (upside down) where we are now seeing what used to be white countertops and dark floors, being replaced with darker and warmer countertops and light floors as we mentioned above. And while people are still choosing marble in their kitchens, you’re going to start seeing darker and warmer wood-like tones being represented.