by Iqra Tariq March 22, 2022 2 min read
Are you curious about which patterns are likely to fade away? A couple of our interior designer mates had to say about what may not be here for the long haul, from terrazzo finishes to ball-shaped pillows and beyond. Until you start scrolling, keep in mind that each of these trends can be easily integrated into your home, and if you like something, you can go for it.
If you want to go for modern farmhouse accents, go for it, but don't go overboard with any rustic touch, you can find it in a single room or space. Select one part, such as shiplap, and save the rest for the actual farm.
Designer Liz Caan says that, as appealing as the prices of quick furniture and decor might be, these items aren't doing you, the world, or your wallet any favors in the long run. Quickly and easily made home décor items aren't sustainable or designed to last, and a successful investment piece is something you won't regret in five years.
If you like rose gold, the good news is that things make it look timeless and not too trendy. Consider a traditional floor lamp or a flat, sleek side table in rose gold. Traditional copper is another choice to consider, and copper has all of the warmth of rose gold without the pink undertones, making it easier to incorporate into a room.
Variety is the spice of life, so according to Trousdale, when furnishing your house, you can use various aesthetic types. Mixing styles give you personality and reveal your life story. Don't be afraid to combine a favorite piece of modern art with an eclectic selection of pottery you found on vacation. If they're interesting to you, they'll fit together.
Wallpaper makes a big, bold statement, but you have to be careful about your design, mainly if you go for a more expensive permanent paper. Certain wallpaper pattern fads come and go, and scale matters more than you think when putting together a room. Big-scale wallpaper designs would be difficult to pull off if a room isn't big enough.
Grey-painted kitchen cabinets are becoming increasingly fashionable as an alternative to the classic all-white or wood-brown cabinet types. The colors associated with dullness, modesty, and boredom are why homeowners avoid it. These characteristics can, however, be applied to any other color scheme.
According to experts, impractical design choices such as open bookshelves and barn doors no longer work for consumers. They don't like harsh aesthetics in their homes, so black hardware, dark color schemes, and mirrored furniture are out.
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