Ready to update your house with a fresh look for the new decade? What’s old is new again, as you’ll see with these hot interior decorating trends.
In the bedroom, be it daughter’s room, guest room, or master bedroom, pinks and feminine shades rule. Millennial pink, taupe, and rose gold – the softer side of pink – give these rooms a soft, comforting feel great for a cozy night’s sleep. White bedding with pink pillows and throw blankets, and rose gold lamps, light fixtures, and switch plates are easy ways to bring in this color without a major overhaul. If you are up for a big change, paint the ceiling and/or molding and baseboards in a soft shade of pink, leaving the walls a gentle white.
For kitchens and living spaces, you’ve got two big trend options with opposing feels. Geometric patterns of any size work well on tile floors, area rugs, and curtains. Sleek subway tiles on the backsplash are a subtle way to work the geometric trend, but using a more lively patterned and bright colored tile will make your home stand out. Going this route will give your home a modern feel.
On the opposite side, consider how you feel about floral wallpaper. Floral prints have been coming back in the fashion industry for a couple of years, and now that has spilled over into home décor. From big, bold flowers with twisty vines to smaller, more subtle prints with lots of white space, you can bring florals into your kitchen and living room with ease.
Need new curtains? If the aforementioned florals don’t feel right, what about an ombre? Starting light and working it’s way to dark, ombre fabrics help tie in multiple colors to make decorating easier. You can hang your curtains starting at the ceiling and hitting with about a two-inch overlap on the floor for the most up-to-date style.
Finally, go bold or go home. Black and white are the hottest pairings this year. Expect a return of black appliances, black furniture (in metals or wood) and even black paint on an accent wall or trim.