If you have recently purchased a home or are looking to give your home a facelift, you may be wondering what is on trend for interior design right now. Choosing home decor can be daunting as there are just so many choices, styles, colors, patterns and price ranges. It can quickly become confusing and stressful. By following some of the trends and mixing in classic pieces you can have a beautiful home that feels current while also following your design aesthetic. One of the hottest trends in home decor right now is bold and geometric prints, particularly black and white. This can be incorporated in a number of ways, whether with a great piece of art, a beautifully upholstered armchair, patterned pillows, interesting curtains, wallpaper that makes an impact or more. HuffingtonPost.com points out just why geometric patterns are in style right now, “One of my favorite home decor trends this fall is geometric patterns.
From lighting to accessories to furniture, it’s everywhere — and with good reason. Geometric patterns are a sophisticated way to add visual interest to a space without being over-the-top (although, you could always take this trend over-the-top if that’s your taste!).” After you have found some interesting ways to incorporate geometric patterns into your home, you may be looking to add some pops of color. Using pops of greens and blues will not only be a way to brighten your home, but will keep you current with interior design trends. GoodHousekeeping.com makes note of the blue trend happening in home decor right now, “Monaco Blue, Pantone’s “it” color for spring, is a vibrant hue. It’s a versatile shade that looks good standing alone or mixed with graphic patterns, which are also en vogue for next season.” Pantone, an authority on color, also named emerald green the color of the year and has been popular in home decor as well. Another trend happening right now is to decorate with brass accents.
BHG discusses the brass trend and how to incorporate it in your own home, “For so long, silver and its cohorts have been the first place metal in home decor. But more recently, yellow metals are inching back into the spotlight. Embrace the trend with gold accents that have a little softer finish, rather than metals with a full-on shine. And for a less glitzy take, try antique brass finishes, which tend to be more matte.” When you think of all these design elements, you can see the beginnings of a beautiful room. Consider making a Pinterest board to help you organize your thoughts and ideas in one place. It will help keep you focused on the bigger picture. By incorporating some of the design trends happening right now, you will have a beautiful home that not only feels like you, but feels current and trendy as well.