New year, New Home Projects! (That’s how the saying goes, right?) With a new year ahead and plenty of inspiration and motivation to get your home looking
Searches for black and navy blue kitchens are up 93% in the past six months, and it doesn’t look like these timeless designs are going anywhere, anytime soon. Both “two color” kitchens, and brass accented kitchens are the favorites of the “moody” varietal.
Eco Friendly & Natural Materials
Since being good to the environment is thankfully “in” as well as beautiful natural materials, being eco-friendly is certainly a favorite trend this year. Interior designers are using everything from living walls, to repurposed wood and marble scraps to create a polished, yet “au naturel” look.
Thanks to this trend, spaces like the kitchen are becoming much less “laboratory” looking and more warm and inviting with wood, large windows open to the outdoors, and an overall greater focus on comfort.
In a world going from maximalist to minimalist, designing multifunctional spaces fits in perfectly to the shifting mindset. (Also, between cutting down on chaos, simplifying, and having to fewer “things”, there are so many perks!)
Think about rooms that could be both the office and guest room, or a stylish ottoman that doubles as storage making for one less shelf needed. Multifunctional furniture pieces such as “
The mid-century mixed with the
Blushing Over Blush
Blush is the new neutral now. With it’s calming, warm undertones and retro vibe, blush not only goes with everything but brings a blank canvas for just about any color. Blush tones (and yes, there is a whole gradient of them), go well with just about any bold color. The warm undertones make the contrast between bold and blush a lighter, more playful.