A new year inspires fresh beginnings and clean slates. The Places In The Home New Year, New Home Decor Trends 2016 is complete and ready to inspire. You will spot several carry over trends from last year’s list, perhaps question the prediction of renewed interest in decor trends of decades past, and hopefully agree with and look forward to implementing one or more of the new introductions making a big style splash into your decor.
Interior design and decorating loves a good comeback story. In the world of trends, a revival of styles in an everything old is new again manner is inevitable. Early home decor forecasts show decade design on trend for 2016. Dynamic colors, textures and patterns of the glam 1970s and the large floral prints reminiscent of the 1980s are inspiring home decor accents and home furnishings lines. Gold drenched metals, geometric patterns, bold floral pattern- all present and accounted for.
and now for the granddaddy of decade design …
Didn’t you just cover Decade Design? Yes, but Mid-Century Modern design is a design marvel unto itself. When it comes to mid-century modern home furnishings, Eames and Nelson set the standard and Herman Miller brings it all home and office. Vintage period pieces and pieces in the style of from the decade of clean lines, nontraditional materials and modern utility complement most of today’s decorating styles. It’s a Mad Men mixed material modern world we design and decorate in.
Tile Pattern at Play
Play with your pattern. You’ll be amazed at the statement it can make.
Discovering or rediscovering a classic home decor accent that brilliantly reflects decorating fabulousness is always on trend. A mirror is the ultimate home decor accent master of illusion. Spaces devoid of size, light or depth become prime candidates for the presence of a mirror or mirrors. Mirrors cast the illusion of depth which contributes to opening up the space. Placement is key when using a mirror to bring more light into the space. Place, hang or prop a mirror perpendicular to windows in order for the light to saturate the space.
Mirror, Mirror on the Kitchen Wall or Backsplash
No smoke but definitely decorating with mirrors in the kitchen is gaining trend traction. In the pursuit of openness and light, a strategically placed mirror in a kitchen solves the issue. Now for the part I love about using a mirror(s) in the kitchen- decorative oomph.
All traditional, transitional, modern, contemporary, urban, farmhouse, eclectic, coastal, antiques or vintage runs the risk of the decor style of the Jack or Jill decorista being categorized as unimaginative, dated and boring. Throw the eye a curve ball and the space a pop of personality by mixing styles.
The success of a trend is often measured by the acceptance of the designing and decorating public, ease of functionality and implementation into established decors and the decorative ability to show staying power. A passing fad, epic fail, emerging classic or blast from the past must try- what’s your opinion of the New Year, New Home Decor Trends 2016?