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Home & Garden The One Home Trend We Hope Sticks Around in 2018

03:15  09 january  2018
03:15  09 january  2018 Source:   southernliving.com

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But the one guest we really hope sticks around this coming year is just an undeniable classic: pattern. Life was not meant to be lived in solid colors! From granny chintz to sharp stripes, and everything in between—including some funky modern interpretations—pattern has come to play. Let's hope it stays.

From home trends to clothing trends to beauty trends , we ’ve seen it all in 2017—from the game changing to the truly cringe-worthy. And if there’s one life lesson we seem to learn (and subsequently unlearn…) while looking back over time, it’s that keeping things simple usually does us more favors

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2017 can keep the Edison bulbs, raw-meets-industrial materials, and rose-gold everything. They had a good run and served our interiors well, but it may be time to put them back on the shelf for another (future) day.

But we also saw many wonderful design trends surface and take hold. After what’s probably days of scrolling through Instagram’s feed of all-white kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and bedrooms, it’s nice to see color creep back in, whether that’s the rich blues and greens of this year or ‘ultra violet’ bursting on the scene after Pantone’s announcement. (Not to mention, our favorite: all the soft pastels that provide the perfect counter to rooms filled with big color—it’s all about balance.)

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We ’re always on the lookout for the next big trend in home design. Usually that involves looking forward, so we were surprised to see that what’s Are you excited about the reemergence of terrazzo in 2018 ’s forecasted home trends ? Let us know if you’ve used it in your home or if you plan to in the

This Longtime Decorating Trend is Officially Out. Michelle felt that having a single, comfortable family area was key. “I really wanted to make sure we had only one living room and that it also served as The One Home Trend We Hope Sticks Around in 2018 . Read More. Sign Up for our Newsletter.

But the one guest we really hope sticks around this coming year is just an undeniable classic: pattern. Life was not meant to be lived in solid colors! From granny chintz to sharp stripes, and everything in between—including some funky modern interpretations—pattern has come to play. Let's hope it stays.

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Expect to see pattern on pattern more with matching textiles and wallpapers and fearless combinations of pattern AND color. Thoughtful pattern makes a room feel decorated, not just filled. Window treatments seem polished, and throw pillows seem personal (even if it’s all bought at big-box stores!) What better way to show a little personality and flair than with pattern.

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Of course, a place like HomeGoods has its pitfalls, too. A trip to your local store doesn’t guarantee that you’ll come home with exactly what you’re looking for (HomeGoods regulars know that’s a seldom occurrence), nor does it promise that you’ll The One Home Trend We Hope Sticks Around in 2018 .

What goes around comes around ; what was old is new again. So it goes with decorating. The hot new trends and styles we swore we ’d never grow tired of. Hang a crystal chandelier. Embrace old-school glamour in the dining room with an antique chandelier that throws and catches light in equal measure.

Intimidated by pattern combos? Don’t be. Follow expert decorator Phoebe Howard’s formula for patterns that play nice. One, choose a main pattern to establish the room’s palette and that can be used as a statement-maker. Two, choose coordinating solids. And three, then mix in a stripe, or small-scale pattern, while staying within the pre-established color palette.

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