One of the easiest things to switch up when trends change is paint! Color palettes and patterns may go in and out of style, but they are the easiest thing to not lock yourself into.
Geometric patterns are proliferating throughout home design and décor, and the reasons are clear. Geometric themes are versatile and timeless, and can be used to enhance many different interior styles. Adding geometric tile in your bathroom, geometric wallpaper in your living room, or geometric throw pillows or other accent pieces in your living room are all ways to introduce this pattern into your home.
Organic Earth Tones
Earth tones are a soothing color palette of browns, tans, warm grays, and greens, typically in muted hues to emulate natural colors found in moss, loam, trees, and rocks. Layering with earthy tones lends elegance to a room and provides a subtle backdrop that compliments more dramatic pieces. Layering with textured fabric, in particular, from floor coverings to bedding and throws, adds dimension and depth to a design.
Coming in 2019: Art Deco
Art Deco is a style of design based on the glamour of the 1920s. The past few years we’ve seen a rise in popularity of the mid-century modern style, the prominent look of interiors in the 1950s. But mid-century modern was born out of Art Deco, a more geometric and luxurious style than its descendant. To get this look in your decor, focus on streamlined and geometric shapes, but remember to go glamorous with upholstery, lighting, and artistic accessories. Art Deco spaces often incorporate quirky details like animal print patterns and mirrors as decor. Think of it as “The Great Gatsby” meets eclectic decorating. If you like geometric ornamentation but want an overall style that feels more traditional, try this!