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April 7, 2023
For those looking to stay on top of the latest and greatest design trends, here is a comprehensive home décor forecast. Out with the old, in with the new!
A 70’s Revival
This year, expect to see the 70’s back in full swing. With so many celebrities promoting 70’s inspired aesthetics, they’re bound to come back not only in fashion but also in home décor.
Think macramé accents, rattan furniture, and bold patterns that make a statement. Although retaining modern elements, 70’s inspired home decorations will regain popularity this year.
A revitalization of 70’s earth tones will also make their way into homes, with shades of browns, yellows, pops of paprika, earthy greens and cool clays dominating color themes. A great way to update your home without buying new pieces, updating your home’s wall color can give create a more stylish feel.
In fact, several major paint brands including Glidden are preparing for this color palette to dominate, so don’t hesitate to try something new.
Taking off in 2022, gallery walls will continue to make a statement this year. Create your gallery wall by hanging pictures, decorative mirrors or other statement pieces on a wall in your home.
Give it a vintage feel by finding or thrifting vintage picture frames and art. Be sure to include a variety of color!
Marble, Terrazzo Tile and Wood Accents
Marble, terrazzo tile and wood accents are sure to be popular this year. Subdued and brighter terrazzo tile colors will make their way onto backsplashes, counter tops and bathrooms along with marble.
Wood accents perpetuate the cottagecore craze with wooden furniture, side tables, clocks and lamps. These accents can also give a more vintage feel to your home.
Trends to Leave Behind
This year, we’ll inevitably see some trends left behind, such as the minimalist craze that dominated for the past few years. This trend will be on the downswing with more people favoring maximalist décor trends.
Farmhouse kitchens and seasonal décor are also on the decline, with people favoring a more subtle, vintage feel.
Although new trends are something to look out for, homeowners don’t need to dive into every new trend that surfaces. It’s important to create a space that feels uniquely yours and choose décor that turns your house into a home.
With beautiful views, multiple floor plans to choose from and only a 10-minute drive away from Park City, Shoreline is the perfect place to call home. Get some design inspiration and book a virtual tour now at www.shorelineparkcity.com.