Spring Decorating Trends

Posted by Ken Richter on Friday, April 24th, 2020 at 2:05pm.

One of the most fun parts of owning a home is decorating it and getting to make it your own. Even the smallest change in visuals can liven up your home and make everything feel fresh and new, which is something we could all use these days as we're quarantined at home. If you’re looking for some inspiration on what to do for your next home decorating project, look no further! We’ve got you covered.

This spring, decorating trends are all about vibrantly neutral colors that are in style, but will remain classics. Gold, modern calligraphy and strong lines are predominant among many designs, along with feux-rustic accent pieces. Here are some trends in colors, fabrics, furniture and art.

Color: The colors trending right now are vibrant neutrals. Blues with a teal twist, yellows with a golden tint, shimmery greys, vibrant greens and pure cream. While these colors aren’t typically paired together, they look absolutely amazing if done right. Many of the décor pieces available right now include these colors, giving you plenty of styling options.

Fabrics: Fabric styles are leaning towards south-western patterns, geometric designs and the same colors as listed above. Throw pillows to brighten up a neutral couch and long lightweight blankets are on trend. Complex fabrics layered on plain backdrops are a great way to add depth to a room. 

Furniture: Rustic is still in. People are using rustic furniture as an accent piece in their modern homes. Not only are these items cheap to make yourself, but they are dominating home decorating stores.

Art: Modern and brush calligraphy are incredibly stylish right now. Many people are turning towards prints of quotes or words they like to replace landscape paintings. While minimalist, the art of the writing is incredibly beautiful. Old calligraphy has recently been given a modern twist. Try writing your own, or turn to somewhere like Etsy to purchase prints.

Have a great weekend!

Your Real Estate Professional,

Ken Richter

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