Trending Interior Design 2018

September 5, 2018

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Trends in interior design are constantly changing, but today's homebuyers are looking for something more contemporary. When updating your home before a sale, you should consider implementing some of the hottest 2018 home design trends.

EARTHY COLORS & NATURAL ELEMENTS

Over the last few years, grey tones have been very sought-after. The trend is shifting now to include more colors to the palette. Modern neutrals in soft pastels and earthy natural tones warm up otherwise stark feeling interiors. 2018 has also seen a shift towards fresh, natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. If you are looking to upgrade your space, consider nature inspired colors and some of these natural materials for maximum impact.

MIXING METALS

Silver and gold no longer need to be separated like sparring siblings. Mixing metals like silver, gold, brass, or iron is a great way to add visual interest and depth to any space. The key to mixing different metallic finishes is to choose a dominant metal that will be most prominent in your space and just make sure that each finish you choose is a thoughtful addition. Matching all of your finishes often creates a monochromatic dated look, so don't be afraid to add a little contrast.

KITCHEN REFRESH

White kitchens that have been so popular over the last few years are on their way out. Natural wood tones and even bolder colorfully painted cabinets add a little spice and brighten what is often the center of activity in the house. White kitchens often show every blemish, but a brighter color can help hide the day to day grime of daily kitchen use. In the end, homebuyers are looking for an up-to-date comfortable living space.

These hot design trends can help your listing get the attention of style savvy home buyers.

The Realtors® of Mike Thomas Associates know what today's homebuyers are looking for and are ready to share their expertise with you. We would love to help, call today to schedule an appointment.

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