2018 Predictions: Upcoming Home Design Trends

Last month, we gave your our top trends from 2017. Now that 2018 has arrived, let’s take a look at some trend predictions. We have some comebacks, come-ups and came-outta-nowheres for you. What are your predictions for 2018?

Floral Wall Patterns

These high-contrast designs can turn any room into a work of art. Floral patterns can range from simple to extravagant, but size is definitely on the rise. Expect bigger bouquets in 2018.

Concrete 

If grandiose floral arrangements aren’t your style, you might want to consider concrete as a material when building a space or seeking an accent. This relatively inexpensive material is vital to those seeking a modern or industrial feel. It’s also perfect for countertops.

Bar Carts

Let’s face it. We could all use a drink sometimes. The best way to serve up a drink in style? Try a bar cart. These handy stations are great when hosting guests. They also come in pretty much any style you can imagine, so expect to see more of these versatile pieces in 2018. 

Black Stainless Appliances

It’s 2018. We live in a world where your oven, fridge and thermostat can all be controlled from your phone. As more of our appliances go “smart,” they need the looks to match. Enter matte and stainless black. These appliances are stain and smudge-resistant and ideal for the modern home. 

3D Wall Designs

It’s time to consider adding a new dimension to your home… literally. Traditional tiling patterns are on their way out, making room for these amazingly erratic designs. Calling all those who don’t like coloring between the lines.

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