The Hottest Home Decor Trends of 2016

If you’re into home décor, there are few things more satisfying than filling your home with the latest designer trends. But, if you’re like most people, finding the time to meticulously choose each item can be a struggle. Luckily, the Denver Metro area has several experienced interior designers and landscape artists who are available to cater to any taste, whatever it may be.

But, what are the most popular – and luxurious – home décor trends of 2016?

 

Black Stainless Steel

The most popular appliance colors seem to change every few years and now, instead of gleaming silver appliances, sleek black stainless is the trend of the moment.

 

Loud Floral Prints

This year, designers are looking to big, whimsical, blossoms of flowers for couch coverings and drapes. To get the same luxury look for less, check your local Good Will for granny looking florals that mimic this year’s hottest luxury fabric trend.

 

Formal Dining Rooms

In 2016, more homeowners are open to keeping their formal dining rooms instead of converting them to offices or media rooms. Keeping this space as a functional area for daily dining and entertaining offers a chance to highlight your personal design style as well as show off the wedding china you never use.

 

Mixed Materials in Kitchens

Instead of only incorporating one or two traditional materials, homeowners are turning to an array of opposing styles to build elegant and personalized spaces. Think covering the kitchen floor with an oriental rug or hanging paintings that are meaningful to you.

 

Subtle Gardens

More and more, there is an appreciation for subtle color changes, or all whites, or one color in gardens. Attention is shifting to the details of a stone wall or interesting edging.

 

Gardens with a Purpose

There is a growing interest in making homestead gardens rather than purely ornamental ones. Homeowners are looking to build gardens that attract pollinators and incorporate vegetable beds.

 

If you’re looking to add a little luxury to your Colorado living space, we encourage you contact one of these experienced real estate professionals to help you through the process. If you like what you read, like us on Facebook so you can always stay ahead of curve with expert, timely insights to help you buy or sell your home.

 

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