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Home Design Trends // Tin Ceiling Tiles

The lovely textured ceiling tiles found in Art Deco jazz clubs and landmark drugstores are inspiring designers to put an old-world spin on modern spaces. They can be used in any room in the house to add a classic and timeless appeal and can be purchased anywhere from Armstrong to a flea market if you’re looking for a vintage option.

Photo: NY.Curbed.com

 

Photo: Harry Braswell

Photo: Foundterior

Photo: Corbis Images

Home Design Trends // Black Kitchen Accessories

On the heels of our last trend piece that featured Black Hardware, we’re expanding on the black accent trend and highlighting kitchen accessories. Black accessories add a moody accent to the kitchen and like the hardware, look great in an all-white kitchen, as they provide an edgy contrast.

Matte Black Flatware, Canvas Home

 

Serving Platter, Heath Ceramics

 

Striped Napkin Set, Small Gunns

 

Soap Pump, CB2

 

Home Design Trends // Black Hardware

Move over brass and copper, there’s a new metal shade taking the wheel. Black hardware with a matte finish is having its moment. From sink faucets to sconces to cabinet pulls, black hardware feels unique and special and looks incredible against white such as marble. Take a look at the inspiration images below with your own home in mind.

Photo: Stylelingual

Photo: Hecker Guthrie

Photo: Ace Hotel, Los Angeles

Cabinet Pull, Lowes Hardware

Wall Sconce, Currey & Company

Wall Sconce, Currey & Company

 

Home Design Trends // Layered Rugs

Layering area rugs is an easy way to add color and texture to your floors, while bringing dimension and interest to a room.  You can layer multiple rugs to create a custom size or if you can’t afford to get the large area rug you really want, buy it in a smaller size that you can afford, and put an inexpensive large rug down as the base. It’s also a easy way to incorporate mixed patterns and lend a relaxed bohemian style to a space that can easily be changed up later.There are no set-in-stone rules when creating this look- just make sure the bottom rug pokes out below the top rug to show off the layering effect.

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Photo: Glitter Guide

Photo: Remodelista

Photo: Domaine.com

Photo: Homepolish.com

 

Home Design Trends // Wire & Mesh

The industrial look continues to be a popular trend for interiors and recently there’s recently been a huge influx of wire and mesh furniture and accessories coming on the market. It’s stripped-back structure and subtle appeal that mixes well with any era or design style, makes it the perfect addition to any interior space. We’ve seen such a variety of pieces that we love, from woven tables and mesh chairs to light fixtures.

Wire & Glass Pendant Light, Pottery Barn

Vintage Brass Finish Iron Wire Accent Table, 55 Downing Street

Vintage Brass Finish Iron Wire Accent Table, 55 Downing Street

Woodard Wrought Iron with Mesh Settee, 1st Dibs

Woodard Wrought Iron with Mesh Settee, 1st Dibs

5 Drawer Mesh Wire Storage, Cheungs

Bertoia Barstool, Knoll

Bertoia Barstool, Knoll

Home Design Trends // Tufted Furniture

A trend we’ve been loving lately is actually an older look “vintage” look, that’s suddenly new again- tufted furniture. Revived to compliment a modern home by using slightly modified designs along with new colors and materials, tufted furniture comes in a wide range of styles, shapes and forms. From headboards to sofas, to ottomans, pair a piece with your existing home decor to add visual interest and create a look of comfort and familiarity to any room.  Tufted furniture seems to invite you to sit, relax and even take a nap on it!

Tufted Slipper Chair, West Elm

Tufted Slipper Chair, West Elm

Tufted Round Ottoman, Cisco Home

Tufted Round Ottoman, Cisco Home

Tufted Bench, Target

Tufted Bench, Target

Adler Tufted Fabric Platform Bed, Restoration Hardware

Adler Tufted Fabric Platform Bed, Restoration Hardware

Home Design Trends // Industrial Chic

While formerly reserved for the likes of exposed brick lofts and industrial condo spaces, the industrial look has woven  its way into the mainstream and homes of both urban-dwellers and suburbanites. With simple shapes and raw materials like galvanized steel, glass and reclaimed wood, the look can be easily incorporated into your own home decor. The beauty of this look is that it’s versatile and fits in well with both traditional and contemporary spaces. Take a look at some pieces below that can easily be woven into existing designs and still make an impact.

Pub Table, West Elm

Bathroom Cabinet, Restoration Hardware

Bathroom Cabinet, Restoration Hardware

Laundry Basket, West Elm

Laundry Basket, West Elm

Wall Sconce, Luxe Home Company

Home Design Trends // Textured Walls

We all know that paint or wallpaper can transform the look of a room, but so can one of the latest new trends in home decor- textured walls! Whether you go for wood planks, stone or grass cloth, any of these materials will add amazing texture and depth to your space. Textured walls also offer interest without closing in the room with too many accessories or bright colors that you’ll likely grow tired of. Consider creating a textured focal wall in your entry, living room or master bedroom as seen in some of our recent projects below:

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Chameleon Design

Home Design Trends // Wallpapered Ceilings

When we’re decorating our home, one of the last things we likely think about is the ceiling. However, your ceilings can be used to make a major statement at a relatively low cost, if you just add wallpaper! Wallpaper allows your ceiling to become a fifth wall and will draw the eye upward, in turn making the room feel larger. It will also add an unexpected surprise, not to mention character, that can truly transform a space.

Kelly Deck Design

Kelly Deck Design

Photo: Greg Natale

Photo: Greg Natale

Photo: Honey & Fitz

Photo: Honey & Fitz

Photo: Kathryn Ivey Interiors

Photo: Kathryn Ivey Interiors

Home Design Trends // Smoky Glass

Glass creates classy look and makes a room feel bright and open. When thinking about glass, clean and clear probably comes to mind, but how about trying something new and going for a smoky glass? You’d be surprised with the sense of mystery and intrigue the shade adds to an otherwise typical material. If you’re looking for some unique and modern touches in your home this could be exactly what you’re looking for.

 

Photo: Pinterest

Pendant Lamp, Pinterest

Coffee Table, 1st Dibs

Photo: 1st Dibs

Photo: Pinterest

Photo: Pinterest

Desk Lamp, DWR

Photo: DWR