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Invite the Great Outdoors into Your Home

In announcing its color of the year, Pantone lauded Greenery for its “vitality of nature and new beginnings.” We recommend refreshing tired surroundings or calming busy interiors by bringing the soft, desaturated tone into your environment. Greenery answers the call for simplicity and evokes the grounding of nature, making it the ideal color to redefine a room. Almost every brand of paint incorporates a color like Greenery into its palette this year. Some of our other favorite ways to introduce Greenery into your environment include throws, furniture and appliances.

Sources: A: Alpaca Throw, Johnathan Adler B: KitchenAid Mixer C: Leather Pouf, All Modern D: Parsons Bed, Room & Board E: Rustic Platter, Williams Sonoma

#Trending // Throw Pillows

Decor trends come and go, but one of the easiest ways to stay up-to-date on all things interior design related is to update your selection of throw pillows. They’re easy to swap and store, and the right ones can instantly revitalize a space. We love using throw pillows in a variety of patterns and colors to a sofa or bed to add interest and color to a room.


#Trending // Blue and White Color Palette

The blue and white color combination has always been a classic look and now it’s also one of the trending décor styles! This color palette can go elegant or coastal, modern or French country. This palette is a great choice for long lasting style while staying on trend.


West Elm, Marbleized Vases


Hand-Dyed Shibori Velvet Ombre Pillow Cover- Square, Restoration Hardware


Navy and Natural Dorothy Kilim Flat Weave Rug, Jonathan Adler


Indigo Blue Batik Plates Set of Four, Crate & Barrel


Feather Wallpaper, Serena & Lily

Home Design Trend // Family Friendly Coffee Tables

Finding the perfect coffee table that works for the whole family and is stylish is just what this trend is about. When designing homes for families, it is important to find beautiful yet family functional coffee tables. Check out some of our favorites for some inspiration.


The classic coffee table is big enough for everyone, extra storage and it’s easy to clean. Now that is family friendly.


We think this coffee table pulls the room together, it provides extra storage, more room for decoration and a flat space for kids to do homework on.


Round tables are great if you have little ones running around, no sharp edges! Plus this one has additional space underneath for storage.

This type of coffee table is good for a big family or for families with a lot of friends, it can be one or multiple tables for homework, eating spaces or whatever you need.

Using a unique material adds flare but it also has a softer texture for any kids who might bump into it.

Home Design Trend // Leaf Prints

Who doesn’t love feeling like they are on a tropical island? This trend will have you thinking you’re sipping on a pina colada in no time. Large leafy prints, think ferns, palms and banana leafs are growing wild. For this trend, scale is key. But, if you aren’t ready to commit to a bold gesture like wallpaper, you can still get the same effect by trading out some throw pillows or cushions or framing and hanging a large print.

Photo: The Zhush

Photo: Sarah M. Dorsey Designs

Photo: Makeup by Tiffany D

Photo: Amber Interiors

Photo: Coco Kelly


Home Design Trend // Earthy Color Tones

After some time spent in the zone of dark and moody hues, the trending color palette is now leaning towards softer, earthy spring tones. The colors are warm and natural and resemble earth elements. Think pale pinks, nudes, tans, terra cotta, and a light moss green. These colors work as a perfect contrast to the moody colors that have been so popular for walls lately, so you can keep those dark walls while experimenting with this fun new color trend. We’ve compiled some of our favorite room inspiration and pieces below:


Photo: Kirstie VanNoort


Photo: Nordic Design


Photo: Style Me Pretty


Photo: Pompeli


Photo: Domino


Home Design Trends // Mixed Metals

We love using mixed metals to accessorize a room. This trick can instantly add dimension and create a collected, yet cohesive, feel. Something to keep in mind is to aim to stay within the same tone, warm vs. cool, for example. This will assure the metals compliment one another. Here are some of our favorite mixed metal photos:


JH Interior Design


Home Design Trends // Cream and Tan

This season has brought about a new trend and we can’t get enough of it. The neutral color palette lends a light and happy feel that can easily lift the mood of a room. We’ve collected a few of our favorite pieces below that will enhance any space!

Kelly Wearstler Alta Table Lamp

Room & Board, Henrick Chair

Anthropologie, Taborana Rug

Z Gallerie, Savannah Vase

Z Gallerie, Savannah Vase

Pottery Barn, Carlisle Upholstered Sofa

Pottery Barn, Carlisle Upholstered Sofa

Home Design Trends // Gray Wood

Gray has been popular in the design palette for quite some time, and for good reason. It goes perfectly with almost any color, bold or neutral. Adding gray to wood creates an extra dimension that we love. The added texture, mixed with the varying finishes, make this the perfect trend for any household.

Mills Bed, BDDW

Sawyer Grey Leaning Bookcase, Crate & Barrel

Reclaimed Wood Ash Bowls (Set of 3), Restoration Hardware

Patchwork Oxidized Maple Credenza in Blackened Steel Case, Kith & Kin

Grey and Beige Petrified Wood Slab Table, 1st Dibs