Tag Archives: 2016 interior design trends

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Faux fur isn’t just for scarves and coats anymore. One of the hottest 2016 interior design trends is using faux fur in decor and accessories. This soft attention-grabbing material adds a luxurious, yet cozy feel to any space. Here are a few ideas to help you integrate it into your home. Leather and Faux Fur … Read more: Meet Interior Design’s New Popular Accessory Faux Fur

Rose Quartz and Serenity

Pantone has done something a little different in choosing its Color of the Year for 2016. Instead of choosing one color, Pantone picked the blending of two colors: Rose Quartz and Serenity. Rose Quartz is a beautiful, quartz pink with a gray undertone, while Serenity is a soft, tranquil blue. Together, these colors provide a … Read more: Bring the Pantone Colors of 2016 into Your Back Bay Home

Kitchen in White

It’s all too easy to underestimate the importance of white in interior design. This year, Benjamin Moore honors this essential color by naming Simply White the 2016 Color of the Year. This elegant, honest, and sophisticated color acts as a powerful, transparent undertone in a variety of interior designs and is an important backdrop of … Read more: Benjamin Moore Reveals the 2016 Color of the Year

Living Room with water view

With the Academy Awards on February 28, everyone is experiencing celebrity fever. Luckily, you don’t have to be featured on a magazine cover to enjoy the latest celebrity interior design trends. Here are five tips for ensuring your home encapsulates today’s hottest celebrity looks. Choose a Central Item From Aston Kutcher’s Hollywood Hills mansion to Jennifer … Read more: 5 Ways to Get the Look of Your Favorite Celebrity Homes

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In part two about adding international influences into your next home design project, I’ll explore styles and trends from Japan, China, India, and Kenya: In Japan, less is more, so keep furnishings and accessories to a minimum. For accessories, choose statement pieces with Oriental patterns in white, black, or red. The color palette also includes mint green, off-white, … Read more: Design Your Home With International Influences: Part Two

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I firmly believe that using international design trends adds a special flair to your home. Taking a closer look at current styles from different regions of the world, here are some interesting facts I found exploring Mexico, Italy, France, and Sweden: Traditionally, those living in Mexico prefer wood or ceramic tile floors to carpets. They … Read more: Design Your Home With International Influences: Part One