From the luxurious curves of retro furniture to updated color palettes that tie a room together, today’s design trends bring a renewed vibrancy to interiors. Best of all, you don’t have to completely redo your home to adopt these styles. A few key updates will do. Here are a few of the top trends, ways to make them work in your home, and how to complete them with color. We offer complete Interior & Exterior Painting, Popcorn Removal and Texturing.
The Art Deco era of the 1920s and 1930s captured America’s fondness for refinement with a modern flair. To add this style to your home, start small; for example, in your living room, add a beveled-edge mirror above a lacquer-finished table or couch. Look for sofas with long curves and lush velvet upholstery in solids, geometric, zigzag or stylized animal prints to increase the Art Deco feel.
Your grandmother’s furniture called, and it wants to make a comeback. Mid-century modern’s sleek-yet-unfussy tone brought streamlined design into the typical family living room. Introduce mid-century modern into your home by adding items like a cylindrical coffee table in copper or a round-back swivel chair.
Patterns are back. From patterned wallpaper to floral upholstery and terrazzo tile, today’s interiors get a boost from prints with personality. Use them to turn an ordinary half-bath into a tropical retreat, give a traditional sofa or bedspread a colorful redo or put some sparkle in your backsplash. Remember that with prints, a little goes a long way, so choose the best one for your space and use it as an eye-catching accent. We do all drywall repairs & finish.
Texture gives a room depth and warmth. Natural elements like wood floors and trim combine with metallic finishes, patterned carpet and live-edge wood to create a visual and tactile appeal. To add texture, start small with velvet throws and pillows in a family room or decorative wicker baskets and statement lamps in a bedroom.
White remains a classic, but that doesn’t mean it’s your only option. When you want neutral with a little something extra, look to the “new neutrals.” Colors ranging from gray to green and from pink to beige capture this fresh look, which harmonizes with so many design styles. Find neutrals that work well together, and use them as inspiration for furniture, artwork and paint.