Think butterflies, foldable appliances, and faux leather surfaces
I often blog about the ever-changing world of interior design. Recently I shared a new way to spruce up your kitchen and bathroom using Glitter Grout. This post will focus on interior design trends for every room in your home, based on recommendations from Elle Décor:
- Bright Green
In a previous post, I shared how the color of a room can affect your mood. Pantone named Greenery the color of the year for 2017. It’s sure to put everyone in a good mood since it represents refreshment and revitalization.
They symbolize both grace and optimism and can provide sophisticated accents to any room.
- Detroit, Michigan
Detroit is being hailed as the first official City of Design in America. Why? Because Detroit is enjoying a design renaissance right now, with local artists working hard to breathe creative life into the city and its homes.
- Mixed Patterns
Mismatched patterns can act as an anchor for any room. This trend was first spotted on the runway during New York Fashion Week: a common catalyst for interior design.
- Faux Finishes
Faux is very fashionable right now for everything from wood ceiling beams to counters, as well as foliage to floors.
Texture adds a sense of comfort amidst the chaos of our world. Think pleating and folding in velvets and cotton, with huge stitches of beautiful luxe yarns.
- Navy Blue
Navy blue is the new black. Consider updating your kitchen cabinets or using it as an accent color for any room. You can’t go wrong; navy blue pairs well with practically any color scheme.
- Forget DIY
The DIY trend is being replaced by true craftsmanship. Interior designers say glass blowing, porcelain and woodworking are making a big comeback.
- Raw White
Chalky white and bone white can give that unearthed look to a room. Try it!
- Folding appliances
Less is more in the interior design world today. Fold-up appliances that can easily be tucked away are all the rage. There are even rooms that fold up!
Isn’t it time you consider adding some of these top interior design trends into your home? If you’re waiting to update until you move into your new abode in Montecito, Hope Ranch or any of Santa Barbara’s upscale communities, I’m here to help. Please call me at 1.805.886.9378, or email Cristal(at)Montecito- Estate(dotted)com. With 25-plus years in the industry, I have the knowledge, passion, and connections to find your dream home in this part of the world.