How To Create A Perfect Outdoor Space This Spring

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outdoor space designSpring is upon us, and it’s time to get ready for the season ahead. With the warmer weather and longer days, we can’t wait to enjoy our outdoor space. Relaxing in a beautiful backyard is at top of mind. So, if you are ready to create your perfect outdoor space this Spring, the time to plan is now.

Below are the 5 tips you need to know to create a perfect outdoor space this Spring

Choose appropriate furniture for your patio.

If you have a large backyard, or perhaps an intimate space, it is important to choose appropriate furniture for your backyard.

With larger backyards, opt for furniture that makes a statement. Weatherproof pieces that are heavy in nature, yet not overbearing, will stand the test of the seasons.

For intimate spaces, choose smaller furniture pieces that will not overwhelm the space you have.

Utilize the benefits of sectionals.

Who doesn’t love sectionals? Not only are they functional, your guests will love them. You can seat more guests than an outdoor patio set or couch, and it’s so much more comfortable.

Consider using a fire pit for your outdoor space.

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Although warm Summer evenings are envious, the weather can turn once the sun goes down. So, why not consider using a fire pit for your outdoor space?

The purpose of a fire pit is two-fold. Not only is it functional in nature (warm!) it’s also beautiful aesthetically. The fire pit can create a draw and focus in your outdoor space.

If you have a plethora of space, an outdoor kitchen can do the trick.

Can you imagine having an outdoor kitchen in your backyard, perfect for hosting a BBQ? We’re already dreaming of July 4th…

If space allows, an outdoor kitchen serves a great deal of purpose. Instead of going indoors and outdoors to cook your meal, consider the benefit of having an outdoor kitchen to host your guests.

What about entertainment?

We’ve seen so many gorgeous televisions outdoors, and other outdoor entertainment sets. We love the idea of including entertainment within your patio sets. There are several weather-proofing entertainment sets that could be of benefit for you and your guests. Ask yourself – what would my guests enjoy this Summer?

When creating the ideal outdoor space this spring, it is important to keep your guests in mind. Whether you are hosting dinner parties or brunches on weekends, consider our tips to create your perfect outdoor space this Spring. Contact MDK Design Associates for more information about creating a beautiful outdoor space this spring or summer. Visit Lloyd Flanders for some outdoor furniture inspiration.

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6 Ways to Prepare Your Home for 2017

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With the Holiday Season approaching and the New Year coming quicker than ever, we’re starting to think about how to prepare your home for 2017. The latest trends are being released and palette forecasting is happening, which means that dream boards are everywhere here at MDK Design Associates.

That’s why we’re ready to share exactly what we’ve found over the last few months. As we’re moving into the Winter and getting ready for a brand new year, we want you to start thinking about how you can make small changes in your home that result in a big difference.

Here are 6 ways to prepare your home for 2017…

1. Take inventory of your furniture.

Furniture, including beds, are expected to change dramatically in 2017. Upholstered beds are expected to be incredibly popular, and will replace timber bed frames that are currently on the market.

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Photo: Petra Bindel

For couches and chairs, don’t be afraid to think big; floaty silk for dining room chairs, or deep hues for the living room. One thing we know for certain – pastels are out.

2. Determine if it’s time for a wall change.

Is it time to change your wall color? Better yet, are you ready to make a big change (and a design splash?)

We are loving the idea of cork on walls. Not only is cork an uber stylish material idea, it also adds warmth and texture to spaces. Think about using it in your home office, or on a small wall in your kitchen.

Bonus: Cork can also absorb noise in a home.

3. Consider home automation and smart products.

Smart products are on the rise big time. Revenue in the “Home Automation” segment is expected to reach 3.6 million USD in 2016 alone, which means that it’s time for you to pay attention (if you’re not already!)

I am loving the Nest Home Thermostat in particular; with the Nest, you can control the temperature in your home using your smart phone. It also allows you to set schedules – for example, you can decrease the temperature of your bedroom at night as nestyou’re sleeping, and increase the temperature in the morning just as you wake up. It saves you time, and it saves you money on your energy bill.

Here are some other great options for home automation products. It’s a great way to prepare your home for 2017.

4. Focus on the kitchen.

Does your kitchen feature cool tones (think whites and greys)? While they were hot in 2016, warm materials – like terracotta tiles or sleek wood – will be the new replacement.

Hidden appliances are also all the rage for 2017. While we still love stainless steel appliances, consider appliances that easily meld into your design scheme. Hide that dishwasher or tuck away your microwave.

5. Is it time for a home office?

If you have a flex room in your home, is it perhaps time to update it and create your own home office?

Remote work is increasing (more than 50% of the global workforce telecommutes), which means that you could spend more time in a home office than on your corporate desk. Consider updating a flex room in 2017.

6. Get ready for Spring Cleaning.

No one loves Spring cleaning (and if you do, share with us on Facebook). If you’re finding that you have an extra hour or two on the weekends over the next couple of months, consider using it to get ahead of Spring Cleaning. Although it might seem like a chore, it will help you get ahead of the daunting tasks ahead as the weather becomes warmer and the outdoors need your attention.

 

We’re preparing for 2017 here at MDK Design Associates, and we can’t wait for you to do the same. As you’re dreaming of updates and ways to prepare your home for 2017, you can make to your home in the New Year, consider these six tips – and get creative!

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How to Decorate Your Home for Thanksgiving in Boston

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Here at MDK Design Associates, we love Thanksgiving in Boston. From turkey dinners (with plenty of stuffing) to the Fall decor that fills our homes as our families join us in celebration, there is something truly magical about giving “thanks” during this time of the year.

That’s why we always ensure our homes are ready, stylish and filled with accessories, centerpieces and more for this Holiday Season.
And that’s why we’re going to share our tips with you.

 

Here are our favorite ways to decorate your home for Thanksgiving in Boston.

 

1. Bring the outdoors inside.

From pears or mini pumpkins to accompany each place setting, to the sprinkling of tree leaves throughout your centrepiece, bring the outdoors inside. Using elements from the outdoors will not only make your home feel more cozy, it will also show guests that you’ve thought of eco-friendly ways to decorate your home.Thanksgiving in Boston

2. Get creative with your place cards. 

If you have friends joining your dinner who perhaps do not know one another, place cards are a great item to have. We love the idea from Anderson and Grant – grab basic craft store pumpkins and purchase chalk paint in shades of green (or something naturl!) With an easy dry-brushing technique, you can turn a regular pumpkin into something that can be written on, providing a perfect opportunity to create place cards.

3. Create a door greeting for your front entrance.

Nothing is more personalized than creating a door greeting for your front entrance. You can do this in many forms, but our favourite is a chalk board or written design that is held within a vintage frame. Simply hang this on your front entrance, just as you would with a Holiday wreath, and your guests will be impressed.

4. Don’t forget your mantle!

Thanksgiving in Boston doesn’t happen without a well decorated mantle. Since this is the focal area of most living rooms, it’s important to make yours unique. Think antique clothespins that hold Fall leaves, vintage books, plenty of twine and mini pumpkins.

5. Get the kids involved, too.With the Thanksgiving Season comes additional guests in your home, which means that you’ll Thanksgiving in Bostonneed more of everything – more cutlery, more wine glasses and certainly more napkins. That’s where the kids come in; enlist the children in your home to stamp colorful messages and designs onto napkins, so you’re well stocked for dinners and cocktail evenings around the Holiday Season.

6. Infuse your creative spirit in the table vase. 

The table vase is so much more than what the purpose of it actually entails. It’s time to get creative with your regular ol’ vase; that’s why we love the idea of using something vintage, like wooden spools, to hold dry leaves or branches. Plus, it looks so cute!

We love Thanksgiving in Boston here at MDK Design Associates, and we hope you have a splendid Holiday Season with your loved ones! With these tips on decorating your home, you’ll be ready for one of our most favorite times of the year.

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Pantone’s Seasonal Color Palettes – Read the Guide Here

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Every year, Pantone releases seasonal color palettes that set the tone for the design world. So why not decorate your home this fall with the season’s hottest colors? This year’s Pantone fall report includes stunning colors ranging from warm and earthy tones to bright and bold hues to create an eclectic palette that will match any style.

To help you choose the right colors for your home, FTD created a fall decor guide that includes tips on how to incorporate four of this season’s hottest colors into your home. Check out the guide below to inspire your fall decor!

Click here to read the guide.

Check out the visual below:

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Boston Fall Interior Design Trends for 2016

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Can you believe it? Fall is right around the corner. It’s been quite the Summer here in Massachusetts, but – to be completely honest, I’m dreaming of some incredible Boston Fall interior design trends that I just can’t wait to share with you.

I’ve been spending much of my Summer researching some of the latest interior designs trends that are going to hit the East Coast for the Fall and Winter. I have many clients interested in starting some home design renovations from kitchen design to adding new color on their walls. Whether it’s big or small, home renovations can come in various forms; rest assured you don’t need to have a full-scale home upheaval to achieve your dream. In fact, some of the smallest home renovations can make the greatest impact, depending on the room and overall look and feel of your home.

So, if you’re looking to make some changes around your home, check out my top Boston Fall interior design trends for this 2016.

Mixing material and tones in your kitchen is what we’re after.

When it comes to combining various finishes in your kitchen, I’m all about mixing and matching.

From wood finishes (who could have imagined mixing dark and medium-tone woods?) to different metals, and even different pieces of hardware, it’s so easy to make this change in your kitchen. If you’re looking for a small renovation change that can make a big difference, try some mixing and matching of kitchen cabinet handles in your home. From brass to silvers, from golds to metallic, it’s an easy change that can make a big difference.

Kitchen back-splashes are a must.MDK Designs Kitchen

Subway tiles are still great for a kitchen and very clean. But let’s step it up a notch, I love the idea of using mixed material and textures. Combining glass and marbles, mirrored with metals or any textured tile like crackled glass. You can even take it a step further a custom design you backsplash with mosaic tile combined with laser jet marble.

When it comes to Boston Fall interior design trends, it’s important to incorporate an East Coast feel with darker, but modern palettes. My recommendation would be to find tiles that you love in your local kitchen and tile store, bring it home for one week (to see if you can live with it!) and make your decision based on how it feels in your home.

Neutral Fall palettes are ideal.

As much as I loved bright, vibrant colors in the Spring, it’s time to make a change.

Neutral Fall palettes are ideal for the Fall. Look for palettes that are both soothing and calming – think greys, blues, light hues and even creme variations. Neutral palettes are also so easy to match with the existing furniture in your home (because really, anything goes) so it’s a great option for home owners.

Great Rooms are back

Great Rooms Interior Design

If you know me, you know how much I love Great Rooms.

Great Rooms are oversized family rooms with the ultimate comfort. Think of large family furniture, like couches, warm lighting, your favorite smart television playing a comforting family movie and the scent of fresh baked goods in the oven.

Great Rooms are the go-to for families to spend time with one another like family game night, movie night or even just hanging out, so make yours comfortable this Fall.

PS: The shag is back. If you spot a gorgeous shag rug in your local home interior store, grab it. They’ll be gone as we get closer and closer to the Fall.

And my personal favorite – colored hardwood flooring is here.

I’m closing out this list with my personal favorite trend for Fall 2016 – colored hardwood flooring. From greys, chocolates, cremes and more, colored hardwoods is so great for the upcoming season.

Why? It adds uniqueness and personality to your home, while giving it a form of style and inspiration that you’ll love. It also compliments various furnishings so well. Picture how gorgeous a chocolate-painted hardwood floor will look with your shag rug and neutral side tables? Amazing.


As much as I love the Summer, I’m waiting with anticipation for the latest Boston Fall interior design trends for 2016. As you’re preparing your home for this new season, consider neutral palettes, kitchen back-splashes and colored hardwood as ideal renovations for your home. And remember – renovations don’t need to be large in scale. You can make simple changes in your home that will deliver a large impact.

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5 Boston Interior Design Trends This Summer

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With the first days of Summer behind us, we’re so excited about some great Boston interior design trends expected over the next few months. 2016 kicked off with a great Spring, and we’re sure that the Summer will be even better. After all, who doesn’t love to spend long evenings on a back patio that has just been completely transformed for warm weather and friends gathering together?

We’re working on some exciting Summer projects right now, and we’ve gathered our favorite trends along the way. These include the best of the best Boston interior design trends (shh – some of them are secrets!) that we know are sure to heat up the Summer.

Check out our best Boston Interior Design Trends below.


1. Use bold, playful colors.

boston interior design trendsThis Summer, it’s all about bold and playful colors. We’re talking cobalt blue and bright yellow hues. Use these dynamic colors for home offices or spare bedrooms; ideally, small rooms that allow you to relax and play with the color. These colors are certainly not meant to be long-term, so they’re ideal to create a statement for a season or two before the Winter and Spring palettes are released.

2. Nautical mirrors.

Where would Summer be without a little sea inspiration? With large nautical mirrors, it’s the ideal way to bring in light and reflection to your home. We love the idea of having a traditional porthole shape or using nautical rope to hang a metal framed round mirror. This trend goes far beyond beach style, instead bringing a voyage look and feel to any room.

3. Include a citrus splash where you can.

Think throws and pillows, and then think citrus. Refreshing, right? Infuse some Summer delight with the brightness of citrus – from sunny yellows to lime greens, tangy oranges to sky blues, it’s important to find something that will energize your space. Select small items, as they can certainly go a long way with this color palette.

4. “Granny” patterns (aka: vintage florals). boston interior design trends

Remember the wall paper that was so proudly on display in your Grandma’s house? How about the knitted throws that would elegantly dress the sofa, or the patterns that were on her lamp shades? These “Granny” patterns might have been old school, but don’t fret – they’re actually making a comeback. They’re huge this Summer, and make for some easy design ideas this season.

5. Blush pink and copper = yes.

With the warm Summer evenings, patios quickly become an additional room in the summer – often a room that we spend a ton of time in as the weather turns. When you’re ready to spend more time outdoors, consider changing your furniture and color choices to pale pink and copper. These colors are so flattering for any backyard or patio, as it’s elegant and chic – especially in Boston.

Can you tell we’re excited about the Summer ahead? We can’t wait for those long evenings on the patio with “Granny” patterns, bright hues and blush pink furniture and accessories. Our clients and getting ready for the season with these Boston interior design trends – and we hope you will, too!

Images courtesy decorilla.com.
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6 Tips to Decorate Your Home for Memorial Day

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We’re sure you’re already thinking about how to decorate your home for Memorial Day. After all, it’s a long weekend (yay!) and the opportunities are literally endless to dress your home in red, white and blue.

Memorial Day, formerly known as Decoration Day, commemorates all men and women who have passed in military service for the United States. It is an opportunity to remember loved ones who fought for our country. As Interior Designers, we naturally think – why wouldn’t we remember our heroes than with a wonderfully decorated home and get-together with friends and family?

If you are hosting your friends and family for Memorial Day, we have our tips and tricks to decorate your home.

6 Tips to Decorate Your Home for Memorial Day

Create a cozy outdoor environment.

On a long weekend, especially Memorial Day, your friends and family want nothing more than to relax in the outdoors. Consider highlighting your fire pit or purchasing a small outdoor fire prior to the weekend. It’s a small investment that you certainly will not regret.

Check out some fire pits online here.

Set your table with red, white and blue.

After all, that’s the whole point of Memorial Day, right?

We’ve seen some gorgeous centerpeices at local craft stores, but we also recommend getting crafty and doing some DIY. Grab an outdoor-friendly candle and spray paint (ensure it’s anti-flammable and safe for candles), and place red, white and blue candles throughout your backyard.

While you’re at your local craft store, pick-up some red and blue table napkins, and consider tying them with rustic twine.

Decorate Your Home for Memorial DayReady to invest in outdoor furniture? Now is the time.

The outdoors have long been cherished as an area to relax and re-charge, and now is the time to invest in new outdoor furniture if it has been on your to-do list for some time. 2016 is all about the natural appeal of Rattan and Wicker, which is something that we absolutely love. You can make Rattan and Wicker look so elegant with added pillows, and these materials are truly stronger and more durable than ever.

The verdict is on on place settings for the outdoors.

If you don’t want to inundate your outdoors with our country’s colors, stripes are a hot trend for the outdoors this year. Play it up in a vintage inspired table setting and make your outdoors feel more rustic than ever. Consider a mid-day alfresco lunch with your friends and family, and use durable-but-stylish melamine plates. It’s all about functionality and design in Summer 2016.

Decorate Your Home for Memorial Day

Focus on your desserts (and the accompanying trays).

We love desserts. For better or worse, there’s something about a sweet cupcake or pie after a BBQ dinner. Don’t you agree?

While you are thinking about how to decorate your home for Memorial Day, consider making your accompanying dessert trays and accessories very patriotic. We love this example from Martha Stewart. She used the cutest raspberries to top her cupcakes and found small flags to add to her cake holder. It’s a great addition, and the little ones in your home will love it.

Ready to clean that garden?

2016 trends for the outdoors are all about being subtle, and that extends to your garden. Before your friends and family arrive on Memorial Day, ensure your garden is clean and organized. Don’t fret about planting anything new. In 2016, we’re all about keeping things simple. Before the weekend, take some time to organize your front and backyard gardens.

As you decorate your home for Memorial Day, remember what the long weekend is about. As we commemorate our lost heroes, we hope you can celebrate and reflect on our freedom and country.

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8 Interior Design Tips For Mom

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Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and we’re totally focused on interior design tips for Mom here at MDK Designs. While Mom’s can be the most difficult to shop for (after all, who could be more selective – and have better taste – than they do?) we’re convinced that your Mom would absolutely love interior design tips and ideas from the heart for Mother’s Day.

To celebrate Mother’s Day and help you impress your own Mom with a fabulous and thoughtful gift from the heart, we’ve put together 8 interior design tips for Mom.

Interior Design Tips for Mom

1. Give Mom an Interior Designer for the day

Many Interior Designers offer consultations. Though these consultations you can learn so much about current trends and tips to make your home feel like your own personal oasis. If your Mom has been dreaming of updating her kitchen or giving the backyard patio a facelift, consider giving Mom an Interior Designer for the day.

You can contact me here to get started.

2. Organize that mud room

Mom’s love when homes are organized – and so do we. For Mother’s Day, consider organizing the mud room that needs attention, or perhaps the master bedroom that requires a deep carpet clean. Nothing is better than being surprised with a clean home.

3. Purchase the duvet she’s been dreaming of

interior design tips for momTrends for 2016 in the bedroom point to textures and patterns, and interior design tips for Mom point to needing a new duvet! If she’s been dreaming about updating her bedroom or guest room, consider purchasing a brand new duvet. New duvets can completely change a room without requiring a large investment. This duvet from CB2 is one of our favorites.

4. Invest in some great knives, perfect for display in a kitchen

Everyone loves to display their new knife set, and it’s even better when it comes in a stunning display. This set from Wusthof, for example, is an eight piece deluxe box set that is finished in a dark cherry wood knife block. It’s the perfect addition to a kitchen, an even more impressive gift from a family member, and one of our favorite interior design tips for Mom.

5. Book a house cleaner

This is a luxury that most of us take for granted; however, consider booking a house cleaner for your Mom. Although we’re certain she loves the way she cleans and organizes her own home, there is a great feel knowing that you simply don’t need to worry about cleaning your own home for one week.

6. Consider landscaping for her backyard 

From cutting the grass to planning the new vegetable garden she’s been dreaming of, consider landscaping gifts for her backyard. If she loves to garden herself, consider spending the day with her and greasing your elbows to give her some assistance. Two sets of hands are always better than one in the garden.interior design tips for mom

7. Bring the outdoors inside

Bringing your herbs and vegetables fresh from your garden is so trend-worthy in 2016. We love the idea of having your own vegetable garden, and we especially love this idea to keep your herbs contained and fresh in the kitchen. This herb keeper is just one example of bringing the outdoors inside, but it’s one that we love for Mom’s.

8. Update the living room with throw pillows

Throw pillows can make some major updates to your living room for a very minimal investment. The best thing about throw pillows is that they can be changed on a whim. Consider purchasing a few different options for your Mom so she can update her living room when she wants, as she wants.

Happy Mother’s Day!

To all of our Mom’s, we wish you a very happy and celebratory Mother’s Day! We appreciate your hard work and dedication to your families, and certainly hope your loved ones have spoiled you with these interior design tips for Mom.

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Interior Design Pattern Tips for Your Home

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Interior design patterns play a significant role in transforming the look of your home. For example, when designing a floor plan for your new home build there are so many things to consider. From the kitchen to the mud room, to deciding where your gorgeous new chandelier will be placed, the interior design pattern decisions are endless. These decisions are both big and small, but all will have significant impacts on the end result of your home.

It can be difficult to keep track of all the best practices you need to know as you work with an interior designer to plan your home. If you want to get a head start, we’ve put together our top 5 tips you need to know for the interior design pattern of your home.

Interior Design Pattern Tips

1. Place the mud room near the front entry interior design pattern

We recommend placing the front room near the front entry. In this case, it will be accessible to many of your house guests, as well as your family. To make this decision, think about the style of your house and the surrounding rooms. Determine if they are traditional or contemporary. You will want to ensure that the mudroom reflects the style of your home, The reason why we recommend placing the mud room near the front entry is because you’ll want to drop coats, umbrellas and bags in this area, making it easily accessible near the front room for the interior design pattern.

2. Give Vastu a try for your kitchen

According to Vastu Shastra, the interior design pattern system of architecture, which literally translates to “science of architecture”, the kitchen is the most effected area of the house for energies. This part of house is to be situated on its corresponding place i.e. South-east governed by element Fire. The kitchen is the important part of home and is the primary contributing factor in general health and well-being of occupants.

Related: Interior Design Trends for the Spring

3. Listen to feng shui for your master bedroom

Because you want a good energy foundation for your bedroom, which is meant to be the most peaceful and nourishing energy, it is best to locate your bedroom above an area with peaceful or balanced activity. The best location is in the back of the house where it is more or less ‘hidden’ from the main energy traffic.

4. Place the main floor bathroom between the entrance hall and kitchen interior design pattern

One of the questions we are often asked is, “where do I place the main floor bathroom?” and our recommendation is always between the entrance hall and kitchen. Why? For many reasons, but mostly because you do not want your guests to wander through various rooms to get to your bathroom. During dinner parties, and for simple layouts, it’s far easier to place your bathroom in an easily located area of your home.

5. Ensure your living room has two outside walls.

In feng shui, the living room should be located in the part of your home that has at least two outside walls. You should avoid having the living room nestled deep insight your home, and instead place this room in an area that will allow energy to enter the room from the outside. The placement ensures fresh and clean energy for your home.

There are so many “rules” for room placement and the interior design pattern in your home, but we ultimately want to ensure that you enjoy the layout of your home and design a living area that is functional for you. From layout beliefs like feng shui to simple practicality, ensure that your home is practical for your family.

 

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7 Spring Interior Designs Trends You Need to Watch For Now

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With Spring upon us and the weather starting to turn for the better, what better way to celebrate sunshine than with a quick Spring Interior Design refresh in the home? Now is the ideal time to clear out anything you’re no longer in love with (or even really like) and give your interior decor a refresh. To help start this process, we’ve gathered the latest home trends that you should be prepared for in the Spring. Below are the 7 Spring trends you need to watch for now.

1. Black and white decor black-white-decor

Minimalism is totally in for Interior Design Trends in Spring 2016, and so is black and white decor. Although color palettes were all the rage last Spring – especially palettes with pastel features – this has been replaced with black and white. In fact, black and white decor has increased 40 percent since last year on Pinterest.

2. Minimalism is in

Minimalism is here, and it’s here to stay for 2016 Spring Interior Design Trends. From kitchen decor to living room furniture, and even master bathrooms, opt for minimalist, yet functional.

3. Marble accents

We haven’t seen marble for a long, long time, but it’s back for the 2016 Interior Design Spring trends. It was huge at the NY NOW showcase, but don’t worry – it won’t break the bank. This Spring trend is all about the small touches of marble, such as clocks, coasters, additions for your side table and even candleholders. Think minimalistic, remember?

4. Light, fresh flooring

Though dark, fresh hardwood was in for 2015, light and fresh flooring just screams 2016 Interior  Design’Spring’ trend. We’re seeing plenty of sophisticated gray hardwood flooring – and don’t be afraid to pair this with wooden wall art or even an accompanying wood dining table.

5. Black stainless steel appliances

black-stainless-steelTo accompany the light and fresh flooring, we’re loving the Interior Design trend of black stainless steel appliances. Houzz even predicts that this is the Interior Design trend of the future, and we’re excited to see it kick off in Spring.

6. Statement bathroom mirrors

Although a plain, rectangular mirror will absolutely get the job done (it’s functional, we get it), we believe this will be the year of the statement mirrors, especially in bathrooms. Look for unique mirrors with vintage frames, or even smart mirrors with LED lighting.

7. Country kitchens

While 2015 was the year of vintage, Spring of 2016 will be the season of the country kitchen. Modern and rustic farmhouse kitchens are all the rage, especially on Pinterest.


 

From black and white decor to country kitchens, from statement mirrors to light and fresh flooring, there will be plenty of 2016 Spring Interior Design trends that any home will love.

Have questions about these trends? Contact us here.

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