Design experts say homeowners are now leaning into a warm, refined and luxe elegance with an emphasis on natural materials. Here are some of the year’s hottest trends you may want to incorporate throughout your own home.
– Space for cooking or baking that can be repurposed as a dining room, study or home office area.
– Wood finishes for cabinets and islands.
– Countertops made from materials such as marble, granite and onyx.
– Statement lighting such as dramatic pendant lights.
– Warm, sophisticated and saturated colors.
– Curved sofas and accent chairs.
– Ambient lighting with multiple settings.
– Painted ceilings.
– Medium to dark tone wood finishes for furniture and flooring
– Textured materials for bedding, rugs and drapes.
– Mixed patterns.
– Color drenching throughout the room.
– Decorative sconces for lighting.
– Color-saturated paint and wallpaper.
– Creative bunk beds.
– Interactive walls kids can draw or paint on.
– Designated study nooks.
– Fun chairs suspended from ceiling hooks.
– Steam showers.
– Slab shower walls.
– Chrome and brushed nickel finishes.
– White vanity cabinets with quartz countertops.
– Outlets in vanity drawers.
– Statement wallpaper.
– Monochromatic walls.
– Floating shelves.
– Secondhand and upcycled desks and storage.
– Smaller desks.
Designers also suggest integrating vintage pieces such as rugs, furniture and accessories into your decor. It’s a great way to
preserve a bit of history and be eco-conscious at the same time.