The Spring Parade of Homes is just around the corner, so today Lisa Robbins and Sydney Anderson from Design Créatif are here to discuss what we might expect to see there.
Today I’m joined by Lisa Robbins and Sydney Anderson from Design Créatif—an interior design and style studio whose portfolio speaks for itself when it comes to the quality of their work. With the 2019 Spring Parade of Homes around the corner, I’ve invited them to come discuss what we can expect to see on the tour.
The following are a few home design trends that these experts predict to appear in this year’s parade:
1. Encaustic tile. Encaustic tile is patterned tile with a number of home-design uses—fireplaces, showers, backdrops, and big statement pieces.
2. Mixed metals. Burnished brass, polished nickel, chrome, and black metals can be mixed together in surprising ways to transition from bright and airy palettes to dark and moody palettes.
2019 will be all about the 80s and 90s, not only in terms of fashion, but design as well.
3. Decade themes. Lisa and Sydney expect 2019 to be all about the 80s and 90s, not only in terms of fashion, but design as well. In design, they’re noticing the deconstruction of those decade-themed palettes; for example, the rosy gold colors popular in the 80s have been revived, but more muted than they were in the peak of the 80s.
4. Twists on classic mainstays. Stagey shades of green will also surge in popularity. Blues are always in fashion in some form or other, but this year, we should expect to see more powdery and jewel tones.
5. Wood. They’ve been seeing a lot of enamel in housing designs, but they predict that wood will become a top design trend this year. Corazon oak, white oak, and natural finishes for wood cabinetry, accent walls, and other decor will be en vogue in 2019.
I’m so grateful to have spoken with Lisa and Sydney about upcoming home design trends that we’ll likely see during the 2019 Spring Parade of Homes. If you’d like to see their portfolio or contact them for advice about your own home design needs, they can be reached at their website www.designcreatifgroup.com, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (651) 247-7718.
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