Design Trends You’ll See In 2018

Design Trends You’ll See In 2018


A new year means new home designs and décor trends! Your style is unique, but it doesn’t hurt to have a little inspiration from the most popular trends as they emerge! Check out what’s new and what’s making a comeback in 2018.

  • Geometric patterns. From tile backsplash to wallpaper to carpeting, intricate patterns are in. They can be simple and elegant, or be throwbacks to the 60’s & 70’s. It just depends on what mood you’re creating.
  • Natural materials. Wood, concrete, stone, copper… these organic elements act as a balance to our tech-laden world. Their natural warmth and tactility are popping up as accents and features.
  • Metallics & iridescents. Metallics have only been growing in popularity and dominance, while iridescents are just under the radar, ready to make a splash. Either way, who doesn’t love a little sparkle?
  • Intense color. Also a continuing trend, bright blues, greens, purples, turquoise and hot pink are still popping up in paint colors, fabrics and accessories.
  • Classic black & white. This combo never goes out of style, no matter how many trends try to bump it. There’s a reason B&W kitchens are classic.
  • Speaking of kitchens… You’ll be seeing more colors in cabinets, sinks and appliances, as designers try to offset the unforgiving and stark nature of all-white kitchens.
  • Vintage lighting fixtures. Aged copper pendants. Art deco schoolhouse fixtures. Antiqued brass chandeliers. Vintage is a quick and easy way to add interest to any room.

Contact us at Beechen & Dill Homes to learn more about what’s new in home design and discuss all the ways you can incorporate these trends into your unique style and into your new home!

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By |2017-12-21T14:52:06+00:00December 21st, 2017|Blog|
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