Apartment therapy predicts more color, ethnic influences. Bold color mixing.
House Beautiful predicts more color, more detail (think less minimal, “well-edited clutter”) and lots of gold and brass. Lots of indoor plants.
I consider plants dual-purpose. Not only are they pretty and bring in a touch of nature, but they purify the air as well.
Chevron going, going, gone.
Airy, open shelving.
2. Goodbye ‘reclaimed’ wood. Hello bentwood. Now I love that wood gets reclaimed–don’t get me wrong–but let’s sand it down. I’m over the look of this trite ‘washed’ color over the wood.
3. Au revoir Radiant Orchid (I was never all that into you). Bonjour blush. Come to mama.
4. Bye Bye Ball Jars. Bienvenidos ceramic canisters.
5. Adios cheesy decals. Please come in, cement tile. (There are, of course some awesome decals too–but I’m really bored with the run-of-the mill cheesy ones, what say you?)
Do you have any predictions for the coming year? What would you like to see be more or less popular? What are you tired of? What do you wish would make a come-back in the world of decor?
I’ve already got my ideas in place. Trends come and go. I, however, stick to my instincts.
But this will predict what will be in stores and online for purchase. So it does in many ways drive our decisions in terms of decor.