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7 New Design Trends: What’s Hot and What’s Not


Posted: October 25, 2019 by realistiQ Support

Home design is always a hot topic and Elle Décorrecently reviewed new trends that are replacing old ways. I believe that home design is inspired by what you like and how you live, but I noted a number of trends that tie into sustainability as well as philosophies for living that are influencing home design. 

  1. Boucle is an interesting and engaging fabric loaded with eye catching texture and a warm and fuzzy feel that has replaced leather as the IN fabric
  2. Layered landscapes are gaining popularity. Think furniture of different heights and lamps at different levels. 
  3. Curved sofas are the talk of the town, mostly because this furniture style creates better opportunities for face to face conversation than linear seating arranged in front of a screen.
  4. Natural textiles are replacing industrial materials in home interiors.
  5. Homeowners are increasingly bringing the outside in to create a connection between humankind and nature. This can be accomplished by increasing natural light, focusing on organic materials like hardwood floor and stone as well as indoor plants.
  6. Updated neutrals in blush, dusty pink and bronze are bringing added warmth that traditional neutrals can’t.
  7. Light wood floors, either hardwood or laminate, are growing in popularity over darker woods.

Which trends do you like? Which ones are not for you? At the end of the day, making a house a home is what it’s all about. To learn more about buying or selling a home in the San Antonio market, contacta Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper REALTOR associate today. 

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