One of the things I like about winter is that it gives me a ton of time inside to reinvent and update my home decor. And while I wish I could say I did a major overhaul each year (how amazing would that be?!), I don’t have the time. However, I’ve found by upgrading a few pieces here and there I’m slowly able to freshen up my space. It’s amazing the difference a few details can make! So, whether you decide to go all out or buy a pillow or two, I’ve got a few home décor trends you should know about. You’ll thank me later!
Remember back in 2013 when Pantone announced the color of the year was emerald? If you were a fan four years ago, I’m happy to tell you that dark green is back and this time, it has a moodier twist. Additionally, it works as both a focal point and an accent color.
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The sky is the limit with celestial inspired décor! This cosmic trend knows no bounds – let your intuition guide you. Whether you opt for star print or something more zodiac inspired, attention to detail is always recommended.
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Fight seasonal affective disorder by bringing the outdoors in! Greenery will liven up any space (literally) and with so many adorable planters to choose from, how could you not?
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Embrace Bohemia and add a few tasseled touches to your space. This works in both child and adult rooms, making it the perfect way to blend two worlds. Bring a little movement to your space!
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Say goodbye to sharp edges! This winter, it is all about having curves. Furniture designers are taking a much more rounded approach and we love how cozy it feels.
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It’s easy to go overboard with velvet – don’t fall into this trap. Stick with one or two pieces and make it a focal point. This works with furniture and pillows alike. We also love the idea of incorporating a few velvet pieces into your holiday décor!
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This cheerful color is having a major moment and we don’t hate it. There is something so enticing about a pink chair or plate. The biggest challenge might be convincing your significant other that your home needs blush accents.
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I’ll admit it, I have a ton of agate in my home. This is one trend I use even when it is not “in style” because I love it so much. What precious stones will you incorporate into your décor? My obsession all started with a simple set of coasters…
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This color can be anything you make it! It works in a variety of interiors and is a show stopping backdrop for metal accents. We also suggest trying this trend in velvet — it looks ultra-luxe.