Stylish Home Trends Part 2 | Inner Artist

July 24, 2017

Bigger Than The Three Of Us


We started off the end of last week telling you about stylish home trends that you can implement now. This week, we’re finishing off the series with Part 2, sharing how you can transform the rest of your rooms into beautiful (and trendy) spaces.


Bedroom trends

Bedroom trends this year have been layers and textures in white. For 2018, we are still seeing layers and textures but with the addition of jewel-tone rugs and patterned pillows for a bit of pop. Bench seats or ottomans at the foot of the bed in a beautiful jewel tone velvet will be spot on.


Rugs USA



Lighting trend

Industrial and vintage lighting styles with Edison light bulbs have been on trend for the past few years and that isn’t changing. In 2018 they will just soften up a bit. Soft golds and cleaner lines will replace the harder and chunkier lines of the past. Also, more mid- century modern styles will fill the market!


 Row House Nest


Kitchen trends

Some of the home trends of 2017 for kitchens have been open shelving, blue and white cabinets and brass hardware. Blue and white will stay around for a while but you may want to do it in a smaller space like a bathroom or laundry room. For 2018, think to warm up. With all the white cabinets over the past few years, designers are looking for a bit of warmth. Mixing white and bleached wood in the mid tones keep a nice balance of light and warmth.


Bigger Than The Three Of Us


Bathroom trends

This year's biggest bathroom trend, and one that has grown over the past few years has been subway tiles for the walls. I believe the trend for 2018 will be moving away from subway and into texture, color, and patterns. I’ve been seeing this beginning with the abundant use of geometric concrete tiles that we all love.


Steam Shower Dealer



I absolutely love wallpaper! It goes in and out of favor every few years but I have always loved it and have loved implementing it in my own home. For 2018 the bold personality types will love what they see. Over-sized abstract patterns, bright colors and over-scaled floral's are sure to impress. The easiest places for wallpaper are bathrooms, mud or laundry rooms, and cozy dens and for impact, wallpapering foyers and stairways make a big statement.


The Learner Observer


Remember, too much of a good thing in the trend world is not a good thing. Designing in moderation is a good rule. Home trends are best left to items that you won't mind changing out in a few years.


You can always transform your bedroom, living room and even kitchen with a great piece of art. I’d love to have you a part of our community of artists!


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