5 Home Design Trends That Rocked 2016

2016 has been a rollercoaster of a year, which brought us new home design trends that went from the homes of prominent interior designers to our own abodes. From modern metals to quirky accent pieces, we gathered up a list of the things we saw the most in over the past 12 months on blogs, ebooks, and all over our Pinterest boards.

1. Tiles

Whether for a kitchen, a modern entryway or a modern bathroom, tiles are always a smart option for your luxury home decor. They are also a great way to create visual interest and a luxury home decor. Take them out of hiding and let different surfaces throughout your luxury home become the focal point of attention.

5 Home Design Trends That Rocked 2016

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5 Home Design Trends That Rocked 2016

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2. Artisan Pieces

It’s not just about what the decor piece is anymore – it’s also about where it’s from.
5 Home Design Trends That Rocked 2016

Here you can see, for example, a detail from Majestic Sideboard being carved by a talented artisan.

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3. Geometric Patterns

Geometric patterns have been popular for decades, but this year’s popular prints took on a modern, Scandinavian-inspired look. Black and white checks and tessellated designs showed up on artwork, textiles, even walls.

4. Tech-Free Living Spaces

Prominent interior designers and home influencers took a step back from technology this year, and we began to see modern living rooms and master bedrooms sans televisions or another kind of media equipment.

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5. Bulky, Low Furniture

Channeling the laid-back, relaxed furniture styles of the ‘70s, we saw a rise in bulky furniture over the past year. When adapting it to your own home, splurge for high-quality fabrics and square arms.

What was your favorite home design trend of 2016? Are there any we missed? We’d love to hear from you, so reach out to us over social media or in the comment section below!


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