Sometimes, the world of interior design changes so fast you can hardly keep up. But if you’re out of the loop on the latest trends, not to worry. Our team of designers always keeps a proverbial finger on the pulse of home design — and we’re here to tell you what’s flatlining and what’s got our hearts racing.
These are the interior design trends that are going out of style and the emerging looks that are here to replace them. But before you start redesigning, just remember: great design is objective, but personal style is in the eye of the beholder. While these trends may have peaked in popularity, they’re still based on timeless design principles — that’s why they were so beloved in the first place. So if you love a trend that’s leaving, keep doing you!
What’s Out: Millennial Gray
You know a trend has passed its peak when it earns a nickname on social media: enter Millennial Gray. This trend of gray walls, gray-toned woods and gray flooring proved to be, well, too gray.
What’s In: Dark and Moody
Designers are ditching the monochrome dungeon and opting for dark colors in deep and rich hues. Think black cabinets, forest green paint and woods in mahogany and walnut.