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Interior Design Trends That Will be Replaced 

 

Here at Pamela Hope Designs, we don’t rely on trends to make our design decisions. We know that timeless looks, no matter the style, will give our clients homes they love for years to come. That doesn’t mean, however, that we don’t stay in the design-trends loop! Occasionally, it’s nice to finish off a project with a current trend to give a space that extra pop.

 

Over the past few years, we’ve noticed that several trends are on their way out in 2017. Here’s what they are and what we can expect to see next!

 

Cane > Rattan

 

Last year, we saw rattan chairs everywhere from Target to Z Gallerie. The style can get old quickly, which is why we’re glad to see the more simple, refined cane coming back into style. If you’re loving this style, we think that a cane-inspired piece will last much longer than a rattan chair.

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Matte > Reclaimed Wood

 

It’s time to send reclaimed wood back to the barn! It was nice for a while, but now trends are shifting to a more simple look: matte finishes. Reclaimed wood still has it’s place as accents, such as mantle pieces, but a matte look will look great in contemporary homes. Think matte cabinets, coffee tables, and tiles.

 

Hex Tiles > Subway Tiles

 

Classic subway tiles will never go out of style, but we’re beginning to see more homeowners who are lusting after hex tiles for their bathroom floors or shower walls. When done in a simple color, they can be used to add a unique feature to the space.

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Muted Palettes > Trending Prints

 

Those chevron accent walls we’ve seen all over Pinterest already seem out of date. We’re now seeing many homeowners who are looking for a transitional style go for muted palettes, especially in bedrooms. These palettes usually center around a soft lavender or light sea blue.

 

In every home we design, we provide our clients with a timeless look they will love for years to come. If you’re ready to begin designing your dream home, contact us today to schedule a consultation.

 

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