Interior designers are providing insight on the latest fading and emerging home decorating trends. Rustic features like shiplap and barn doors are starting to date themselves, while peel-and-stick wallpaper and plaster walls are coming back in style.
Lots of at-home time means lots of time to rethink the space in your home and how it’s functioning for you. Here are some home decor trends from Good Housekeeping that might spark an idea. Happy reading! 📸: Aimee Mazzenga
With the New Year comes new trends in interior design. Forbes has listed 12 trends we will see this year. These include mixing patterns, wallpapered ceilings, and uniquely shaped rugs. Check out these trends and more here.
With the New Year brings a new decade along with new trends in interior design. Realtor.com has put together their top seven hottest design trends. From sleek Euro-style cabinetry, burl wood with its retro appeal to the resurgence of brass accents. Read more about all...
The answer is yes. Mikaela Sharp, Senior Consultant at John Burns Real Estate Consulting breaks down color design and how choosing the right paint colors can add value to your home. Read more here in this interesting article about design analysis.
Happy New Year from all of us at The Stone Group! With a new year comes new interior design trends for 2019. We are excited to see what is on point this year – dynamic materials and finishes, a resurgence of boho style and statement ceilings just to name a few. Find...