Top 5 Design Posts of the Week
Design trends pull from all aspects of society and do a fair bit of influencing in return. They can incorporate different cultures and styles while simultaneously painting the future through innovative ideas.
Popular design styles seen today are:
- Modern, a style of décor that focuses on minimalism, a neutral color palette and sustainably sourced materials;
- Traditional, a style that emphasizes symmetry and warm colors through design elements seen in past centuries;
- Contemporary, a design trend that highlights styles developed in the late 20th century and couples bold colors with basic lines, shapes and forms.
Take a look at our Top 5 Design post to see a variety of tasteful designs, and maybe you’ll be able to identify some of the emerging trends for 2020.
1. Design by Celebs
15 Celebrities Share Their Home Design Philosophies, Architectural Digest
Celebrities are often on the forefront of what’s “hip and happening.” This Hollywood A-lister employs a variety of Contemporary textures and colors in her space. Can you guess who it is? Check it out and get some inspiration straight from the homes of these stylish celebrities.
2. Laguna Beach Bachelor Pad
Inside Pro Skateboarder Nyjah Huston’s Zen Laguna Beach Pad, Architectural Digest
Nyjah Huston may be a world-renowned skateboarder, but with this home design and décor he could pass as a designer as well! Huston’s home showcases a neutral color selection and is paired nicely with masculine décor. Browse through his home for some must-haves for your next design project.
3. The Color Addition
Modern Decor, Better Homes & Gardens
Whether your aesthetic is Contemporary or Traditional, there are tons of ways to incorporate new trends into your space. Browse through this collection of rooms for your own interior design takeaways.
4. Innovation in Design
Johanna DU-PLX, dwell
Modern design doesn’t always have to focus on color or furniture selection. It can also be found in little things like the shapes of window sills and moldings. Check out how this duplex incorporated fresh Modern design elements to create a “simple, thoughtful, totally authentic living experience.”
5. Traditional while Contemporary
Botanicals are out in force where 2020 design trends are concerned. This guest bathroom features just the right blend of Traditional and Contemporary flair. Browse through some of these hip bathrooms that’ll have you wishing they were yours.
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