Whether we like it or not, trends have a way of seeping in and shaping the changes we make in our homes. Perhaps it’s an art of repetition- without even realizing we see glimpses of fresh colors and textures. We crave change, just like the seasons provide, so what’s not to love about a little refresh? But remember, when it comes to design, you can’t go wrong choosing what you love!
Trend forecasting is a fascinating topic especially in the design world. From the runways to the aisles at Target, it’s hard not to get sucked in! Industry experts weigh in on what we’ll be seeing a lot more of in the coming year! Natural wood amps up the cozy factor by providing nature’s texture to any space. Exposed wood is a refreshing alternative to all the painted woods we’ve seen for the last several years.
Source : design by Eric Aust Architect
This live edge table seems to float above the neutral rug with the beams above and floors below seamlessly creating a calming space.
source Denton Developers
Combining a walnut island with crisp white upper cabinets offers the happy medium for ‘should we or shouldn’t we?’ go with wood in the kitchen.
source: Studio McGee.com
Rattan, fur and wood floors overlooking, what is sure to be, an amazing view.
source: Veranda Interiors
Spectacular rangetop nook with alder wood support beams frame a leathered white marble backsplash over alder wood cabinets. Kitchen is accented with nickel drawer pulls topped with leathered marble counters. Cue the recipes!
Big Sur Dining Table from Crate & Barrel offers the Parsons clean and simple design yet with added warmth in wood.
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