Is redecorating one your New Year’s resolutions? With the new year, you might be looking to change things up a bit when it comes to some new home décor. This is the perfect time to put your interior design aspirations into play. Classic design will always be in style, trends will come and go – and some become classic. Trying to decide which direction to go style wise, might be a bit overwhelming, so to give you some inspiration, here are a few trends we anticipate for 2016.
Minerals are in – Minerals (quartz, geodes & pyrite just to name a few) mix well with a variety of design styles and can bring any room to life. Their shimmer adds the wow factor to interior styles from traditional to ultra contemporary.
Selenite crystal fireplace sculpture via Horchow
Pyrite tile via Luxe Interiors & Design
Outdoor fabric used indoors – Outdoor fabrics can be just a exquisite as indoor drapery fabrics and upholstery. There are a wide variety of patterns and textures to help bring the outdoors, in. Not to mention that outdoor fabrics are fade, moisture, stain-resistant and are easy to clean.
Outdoor fabrics used on sofa, chairs and ottoman via Sunbrella
Upholstered loveseat via Sunbrella
Black stainless steel appliances – Bring a modern touch to any kitchen with the signature dark finish of black stainless steel. Adding the black will “contemporize” (I’m not sure if I just made that word up?) your design, but still keep the classic appeal of traditional stainless. The black also helps to resist those lovely fingerprints and smudges even better than its silver counterpart.
Minimalism – Sometimes less is more. It’s not all about new home decor – maybe removing some items from your home is a better place to start. Start the new year off clean with minimalist designs incorporating only things you need and love. Adopting a minimalist approach will not only bring order to your home, it will give it an organized and streamlined appeal.
Pop of color added with simple accents to this clean, modern kitchen via Michelle Lynne Interiors Group
Minimalist bedroom design via Michelle Lynn Interiors Group
Check out our A Clean Slate For Your Home’s Interior blog for more inspiration on redesigning areas in your home. Contact me today if you would like to have the Michelle Lynne Interiors Group help bring some of the trends for 2016 into your home.