If you’re always on the look out for the hottest trends, you might want to stay clear of the following…
Yes, trends come and go and eventually renew themselves, but the truth is that some of the interior design trends of the latest years might now be indefinitely fading into a land far, far away. So, if you’re now working on a new project and your client wants a trendy outcome, you might want to read on and understand which are the definite don’ts your client doesn’t want to see for the Summer!
All-Gray Color Palettes
Until now white and gray have been two of the best neutral colors to decorate your interior with. However, and because these are not the only neutral tones around, these very bland color palettes are starting to fade from home interiors. More and more, people are betting on fun wallpapers and bold colors for their walls and furniture, so make sure to start ordering your new colorful armchair!
Remember when you decorated an entire dining area and/or backyard with Edison bulbs? Well, mark the date, because today might be day when you finally take them down. Edison bulbs are also on their way out of the best interior design trends, and you can bring your old lighting fixtures into your mid-century modern decor.
Copper and Rose Gold
Copper has been a huge trend for the past three or four years, but like everything that’s amazing, it must eventually come to an end, and it seems that now is that time. Copper and rose gold tones have run their course and are being replaced with nickel and bronze pieces.
Gone are the days when milk jars were used as pendant lamps. Reclaimed furniture is now becoming a thing of the past, as the trend is starting to disappear. It looks like milk jars will go back to being great storage items, and good ol’ lighting fixtures will go back to being carefully thought pieces designed for that same specific purpose. Find some of our favorite mid-century lamps right here.
Fur and Faux Fur
Heavy textures are other trend that you won’t be seeing much starting now, so if you were looking for home decor ideas with faux fur in them, you might want to know that is not the way to go right now. Instead, more organic textures are taking over, such as bamboo lighting fixtures, cotton wall-hangings and wooden furniture.
Years ago it would be unthinkable to have your walls trimmed with other color rather than white. Well, that trend is also on its way out… Now people are looking for bold colors to accent their walls. You will most likely see gorgeous navy blue trimming, as well as gray, black and even some jewel tones.
Well, this one might come as a surprise, but after two years of seeing tropical leaves and patterns everywhere, it seems this interior design trend is now finally dying out. However, if you’re still a huge fan of this statement look, don’t fret just yet, because tropical leaves and patterns are actually being replaces by gorgeous floral patterns and even actual large flower arrangements around the house!
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