Exposed beams, subway tiles, and geometric patterns were some of the top decorating trends of 2017. With a new year, comes new decorating patterns, fixtures and fresh takes on old styles. It turns out 2018 will bring big changes to enjoy. If you’re ready to find out the top 2018 interior design trends, read on.
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We never thought we would say this, but velvet is back! Velvet was once seen as grandma’s interior fabric that was old fashion and dated. However, it is officially funky chic. Have you noticed velvet is everywhere? Not only couches and pillows but shoes and jackets. Embrace the bold look with deep colors that will make your living room right on trend.
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You don’t need to do a full home renovation to keep in step with 2018 window treatment trends. Give your windows a makeover with Roman Shades from Budget Blinds. Roman shades are a popular solution for those who admire the elegant look of draperies but want the modern conveniences of window shades. They also provide extra insulation, which helps save on energy costs. Choose from a variety of styles including balloon shades, teardrop shades, cascading folds and relaxed folds—all of which can bring your home to life.
All white kitchens have been popular for years now, but in 2018 we are seeing an increase in color. The kitchen industry’s leading manufacturers say that grey is the new white. In addition, islands are a trendy way to add a small amount of color to a neutral kitchen with a variety of paint colors or wood stain colors. The mixing of finishes creates a needed accent piece and additional pops-of-color.
Floral patterns have been around for awhile and rightfully so. Floral prints and patterns can be seen pretty much everywhere these days in some shape or form, bringing just the right amount of color and style to any room in your house. Whether it’s accent pillows, beautiful wallpapers, bedding or curtains.
This is officially your incentive to push the boundaries of pattern and color in 2018! Have fun with these home decor trends and put your own personal spin on them. Have fun decorating!