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5 Mood-Lifting Spring Trends

It is a new year and a new spring season which means interior design trends will be changing and on the rise this spring. To fully enjoy spring to the fullest while showing your creative side in your home, be sure to be up to date on all the latest trends in the home decorating world. We have put together a list of the top 5 interior design trends to try out this spring to give your home the spring pop it needs.

Fringe

Popularized by the crowds at Coachella, fringe is a fashion trend that is taking over living rooms and other interior design layouts in 2018. From pillows to lamps to throws, adding fringe to your home is an easy way to add a playful twist to your favorite accessories. Not only will fringe make things pop, but it is a trend that is affordable!

Terrazzo

While terrazzo was a popular trend in the 1970s, it seems to be making a comeback within the Pinterest and Etsy community, as well as interior designers alike. Add some flair to your bathroom and kitchen counters, walls, as well as outside spaces and even coasters by using terrazzo. What makes this tile so special is that it includes chips of marble, glass, granite, and quartz that bring a good blend of materials in one piece.

Ultra Violet

Voted Pantone’s color for 2018, ultraviolet is a color that is a must-have if you want to stay trendy in the interior design scene. This shade of purple is bold, powerful, and intense that will instantly add pop to whatever piece you apply it do. Whether you add the color to your walls, sofa pillows or a new rug, you will have a space that is powerful, moody and makes a statement.

Statement Ceilings

A trend that started on Instagram and is something to keep an eye on this season is statement ceilings. This trend is referred to as the fifth wall and there are different ways designers are going about integrating it into their design plan. While most people are using intriguing industrial light fixtures and bold wallpaper patterns, others are using bright hue colors on their ceiling such as mint green. See what method will work best and open your creative mind to get things started!

Wellness Spaces

Nothing compares to the relaxation that comes from the spa, but what if you bring that experience in the comfort of your own home? By designing a calming and meditative space where you can escape the drama of life is a great and out of the box addition, you can make to your home. It will make your home stand out from the neighbors and showcases how much you appreciate self-care. With this space, you can add neutral hues and natural pieces to channel good wellness vibes to ensure optimal relaxation.

If you are interested in the latest spring trends and would like to talk without designerscontact us today!