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New Year Trend Report

What 2018 will reveal in home design

2017 was no disappointment with intriguing interior design trends and 2018 is looking to be just as stunning.

With a year where we certainly had more to look at than "greige," 2017 was an exciting new chapter for home design enthusiasts. Millennial pink, navy kitchens, Hygge and velvet had remodeling projects at an all time high, and while most of us expected more of the same, 2018 has quite a few surprises in store. Read below for a summary of what was revealed at the Milan 2018 furniture show, reports from The Donegar Group and Pantone's home accessories report.

The top 7 interior design trends for 2018

1. Warm and moody colors

Expect to see comforting terra cotta's, warm browns, all shades of red, (including "watermelon,") refined olive, as well as high pigment shades of slate, blue and eggplant.

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2. Natural materials

Raw and organic materials are only becoming more popular, often in exotic designs that remind us of desirable destinations. Rattan, wicker, wood and rafia are certainly the show runners this next year.

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3. Iridescent Accents

Iridescence has been popular for many seasons in the fashion industry and this long lasting trend is now trickling into home interiors, giving homes a playful and slightly futuristic appeal.

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4. Classic Intellectual

At home libraries are, (again) becoming the newest obsession. Look for this scholastic trend in kitchens with open bookshelves, books as decor highlights and as a smart replacement for wall art.

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5. Terrazzo

Believe it or not this 1970's trend is back, and it's received a modern twist. Composite material with granite, quartz and other mediums are showing up in more daring colors, sizes and shapes than ever before.

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7. Moody kitchens

The heart of the home has shown the biggest shift in design with "all white" being "all out." Kitchens are now showing up in darker hues with warmer tones, creating a more cozy and romantic atmosphere for all to gather in.

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We hope you enjoyed this glimpse at what's ahead. We are looking forward to a successful and stylish 2018 at home with you!

For real estate and/or interior design related questions contact Nicole at The Avenue Home Collective.

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