Home Decorating Trends Making a Comeback
Everything old is new again, it’s true! Whether you’re looking to upgrade your tiny house with a fresh look, redo your beautiful beach home, or just tackle that outdated living room, the hottest interior designs are reaching back into the past for inspiration.
All interior design trends change, often in the opposite direction. After years of cool, grey minimalism, homeowners are turning toward the past for cozier inspirations.
Greens and other warm neutrals
Golds and avocado greens from the 1960s and 1970s revolutionized kitchen appliances and made complementary autumn colors like oranges, tans and browns wildly popular. If you like the look of clean look of white and grey, but want a newer look, colors, try cream, beige and earth tones instead.
Texture gives neutral colors like beige, stone and greys more interest. Interior designers Dorothy Draper and William Haines popularized “Hollywood Regency” in the 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s. Apartmenttherapy.com recommends getting the opulent, glamorous look with gold or shiny metallic accents pieces, jewel tones such as emerald green, mirrors with speckles and sparkle, a touch of Chinoiserie fabric on chairs or in wallpaper and crystal chandeliers. Plaster, a lime-based putty, adds depth to colors and textures. Get the look with special paint finishes.
In the 1920s, wallpaper was the ultimate status symbol, says SouthernLiving.com. Murals and larger repeat prints give interiors unique personality, texture, and color. And unlike past messy removals, today’s wallpaper is easy peel and stick.
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