Fall 2018 Interior Design Trends

Ready to change up your home’s style this season? There are so many ideas and trends that are hot this fall! Get inspired by 5 Fall 2018 design trends that will add style and functionality to any space, then stop in and ask our in-store design experts to help you get your home design plans started!

1. Mix-Match Stone

MIx it up with different textures, types and colors of stone for an eye-catching look that’s all your own. Mixing quartz and marble with stone tile is a common design choice for kitchens, bathrooms and beyond that adds depth and style to your space. You can even mix it up with the same material in different colors and styles. Pictured is a sleek dark gray quartz countertop that features small minerals and metal elements, paired with another quartz stone design for the backsplash. The backsplash’s white and light gray design with long lines that contrast nicely with the countertop stone.

2. Artisan Elements

Make your home stand out from the rest with one-of-a-kind or handmade decorative items. Unique additions like functional decor for the coffee table, pretty pieces perfect for centerpieces or bookshelves, pillows that make your couch pop, and more make your rooms feel homier and individualized – and have your guests wanting to steal your style!

3. White-Washed Wood

Hardwood flooring looks lovely in warm and deep brown and beige tones, but 2018 is all about wood flooring with an ashy white-washed look and natural wood grain. This flooring looks great in farmhouse, seaside and even rustic designed homes. Shaw Floors Inspiration Maple in Celestial lights up this space and adds an inviting, streamlined style.

4. Bold Brass

Add bold style to kitchens, living areas and even dressers and cabinets with additions of brass. Even the simple addition of brushed brass cup handles on these dark blue kitchen cabinets elevates their look. From simple decor elements to dining rooms chairs and beyond, this is a favorite trend for interior designers this fall.

5. Minimalism

Keep it simple. This streamlined kitchen design with an open floor plan flows seamlessly to a polished dining and living area. Fall 2018 design is all about “less is more,” which is an important element of Scandinavian design. This popular design style is characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality.

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