2018's Biggest Home Design Trends

A home is meant to be a sanctuary, somewhere to relax and spend time with loved ones. Renovating your home not only makes it more functional but also raises the property's value. With new products hitting the market every day, it's easier than ever before to create the home of your dreams. If you're looking for a bit of inspiration, check out these hot home decor trends.

 

Warm up a Cool Color Palette with Beautiful Brass Accents.

Brass is back and, thanks to softer finish options, better than ever. The best part is, there are countless ways to work brass accents into your design plan. Add opulence to a living room with the warm glow of brass lighting fixtures, incorporate a touch of glam into a bathroom with brass faucets or go wild with a brass kitchen backsplash.

 

Whitewashed Wood Floors Create a Bright and Airy Effect

For years, dark stained wood floors were all the rage. While espresso colored hardwood looks stunning when paired with a neutral color scheme, more homeowners are opting for lighter shades of flooring. Whitewashed wood floors look amazing when complemented by slightly distressed furnishings, coastal style decor and brilliant pops of color. For a slightly less dramatic effect, light gray wood floors are also on trend right now.

 

Show Depth and Dimension with Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets

Two-toned cabinets can achieve several different effects. Create a focal point by choosing island cabinets in a color that contrasts with the base cabinets. Bottom and top cabinets painted in different shades of the same color make a kitchen appear cozy and inviting. For a modern feel, pair cabinets in bold jewel tones with stainless steel or matte wood cabinets.

 

Consider Subway Tile for a Timeless Design

Originally only available in white and certain shades of beige, subway tile has evolved into one of the most versatile tiles on the market. Not only is subway tile now available in every color under the sun but it's also manufactured from a variety of materials. Glass subway tile in pale shades of blue and green creates a spa-like bathroom oasis while textured subway tile is perfect for a one-of-a-kind kitchen backsplash.

 

Whether you decide to incorporate the aforementioned trends into your design or not, it's important to remember that there is no wrong way to decorate a home. Take risks, think outside of the box and try to create a space that you'll enjoy for years to come.

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