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Interior Design

16 November . 2020

5 New Interior Design Trends to Try

As the cozy fall weather makes staying in more fun than going out why not use this time to change up your décor? Whether it’s bold patterns, retro flair or art deco pieces the future of interior design is bright enough to shake off any winter doldrums!

Geometric Patterns

Geometric patterns might seem a bit daunting but (when used correctly) are actually highly flexible, visually striking and in some cases, very functional. You can use them to bring vibrancy and life to an otherwise unremarkable space or add an elegant touch to your room by simply adding in a few geometric accessories. Graphic pillows help to add visual interest against a solid surface couch, try a geometric pattern as a dramatic window treatment or as a surprise pop in the form of an indoor/outdoor rug. If the thought of dabbling in patterns has your heart palpitating give a tone-on-tone print a try. The color scheme is subtle enough that you can use it on a large, accent wall while still adding interest to a smaller wall like in a bathroom.


Millennial Pink

A massive hit with the Instagram crowd, this trendy blush is once again taking center stage. We’ve already seen this distinct hue make its way into home decor and fashion but get ready to see this shade in even more creative and unique ways, like bold walls or interesting upholstery.


Mixing and Matching

Gone are the days of buying matching furniture collections. Instead, why don’t you make your living room totally unique by mixing and matching various pieces from different periods, or your family heirlooms? Besides being charming and one-of-a-kind, it's always chic to show off your personal style.


Art Deco Accents

What goes around comes around, especially when it comes to design periods, and it’s time for art deco to once again make the rounds. The style is playful and opulent yet classic. Using the cleans lines of mid-century modern, art deco incorporates more glamorous materials and Egyptian patterns. Give your room an instant upgrade by adding in the flash of an art deco piece.


Bold Wall Colors

There's more to wall color than white or neutrals. If you’ve never been one to wallpaper you can still get a modern, of-the-moment look with a fresh coat of paint. Try a bold color on one feature wall and bring your room to life!


Why not put your unique spin on a new home! Visit Reed’s Crossing to discover all the choices of new homes that await you. Stop by the Welcome Center or make a personalized appointment to speak with one of our Community Representatives – they are ready to answer any questions you may have!