Our favorite designers predict the oncoming trends.
Interior design trends are always evolving and changing, and it can be difficult to keep up with the latest styles. That’s why we’ve gathered some of our favorite designers to predict the oncoming trends for this year. From color palettes to furniture styles, here’s what they had to say.
First on the list is the color green. According to interior designer Jessica Davis, “Green is a calming color that can bring a sense of tranquility to any space.” She predicts that we’ll be seeing a lot more green in interior design this year, especially in the form of houseplants and accent walls. Whether you opt for a dark, forest green or a bright, lime green, this color is sure to add a refreshing touch to any room.
Another trend that’s on the rise is natural materials. From wooden furniture to stone countertops, using natural materials can give your space a warm and inviting feel.
Kelly Wearstler states, “People are craving a connection to nature, and incorporating natural materials like wood and stone is a great way to achieve that.”
In terms of furniture styles, designer Nate Berkus predicts that we’ll be seeing a resurgence of vintage pieces. “Vintage furniture adds character and history to a space,” he explains. “It’s a great way to bring a unique touch to your home.” So if you come across a vintage sofa or antique side table, don’t be afraid to incorporate it into your design scheme.
Finally, patterned wallpaper is making a comeback. Interior designer Justina Blakeney says, “Wallpaper is a great way to add texture and visual interest to a room.” She predicts that we’ll be seeing a lot of bold, patterned wallpaper this year, especially in geometric and floral designs.
In conclusion, these are just a few of the interior design trends that our favorite designers are predicting for this year. From incorporating natural materials to using bold wallpaper patterns, there are plenty of ways to update your home decor. As designer Kelly Wearstler wisely notes, “Design is about making people happy, either functionally, aesthetically, or emotionally.” So go ahead and have some fun with your design choices, and create a space that makes you happy.