Wondering what’s going to the next big thing in design in 2018? Here is your new design trends roundup for the coming year, from colors to decorating trends.

Color Trends

purple kitchen cabinets

We loved blush in 2017, and it’ll still be around in the next year. But we think the next IT color will be lavender. Still a pastel, but with a slightly more gray or blue tint, it can dress up a kids’ room or take a starring role in more grown-up and sophisticated space.

Our passion for jewel tones has evolved, homing in on one color family: the blues. Whether you love the teal side or prefer navy, look for the moody side of the blue spectrum to dominate.

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Remodeling Ideas

big kitchen white cabinets blue island

Oil-rubbed bronze and nickel are still popular finishes for faucets and fixtures. However, brass is making a big play. Its look is both timeless and trendy and it can soften the feel of a room by its mere presence.

Artisan light fixtures make a statement, not just in looks, but about your passion for one-of-a-kind pieces. They have the benefit of giving your home a unique look, and often they reflect the environment you live in. For example, try painted antlers in a western home or handmade Mason jar lights in a southern one.

The design world has done subway tile to death. So where do we go from here? We predict that equally geometric and clean-lined tiles in unusual shapes will start pulling focus from the traditional rectangular choice.

Decorating Trends

boho living room with hanging chair

A few years ago, graphic prints like Greek keys and chevrons dominated the textiles field. Now, traditional African and Native American prints are stepping through the door Ikat opened.

They say that the geek shall inherit the earth. And she’ll revel in her inheritance from her headquarters in a gorgeous home library. Whether you love Boho or European style, there’s a perfect bookshelf for you somewhere.

Boho Minimalism combines the over-the-top sensuality of Boho with the clean, spare lines of Scandinavian design. Get the look by starting with a full-on Boho design, then pare it back piece by piece, until you have a carefully curated look. P.S. We love this style so much that we did a whole post on it.

We can’t wait to see what 2018 brings — and we’re looking forward to another color-filled, fun-filled design year with you.

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