5 interior design trends you'll fall in love with
Updated: Sep 18, 2019
One way to keep your home looking updated is to consider changing the color of your front door. Whether viewed from the street by passersby or up close by visitors, your front door says a lot about you and your style. So don't be afraid to change it up every so oftern. Look for complimnetarty or contrasting colors that work with the color of your home and shutters. Have fun! Dark blue house? Consider a soft pumpkin or a bright chartruese door.
Gold and brass are making a come back, but not in the way we saw in the 1980s. The finishes are softer and less bright. Don't be afraid to mix your metals. Combine brass, gold and silver toned candlesticks and votives together for a soft and pretty look. Or change out your cabinet and handle pulls in your kitchen from stainess steel to soft gold. It will warm up and brighten your kitchen immediately.
One focal wall. If you find yourself surrounded by the plain white, beige, or grey walls consider painting one of them a different color. Choose a color that you may already be using in the room to tie this design trick together. Make sure to incorporate these two colors while layering your room in decorative accents.
Statement wallpaper is making a comeback. If you are afraid to commit, look for peel and stick paper and apply it to a powder room. A powder room can handle a bold pop - one is never in there too long. It's fun, it's different, and it's memorable.