Are you looking to give your home a fresh, new look this year? After 2020, it seems only fitting to want a fresh start in 2021, so here are several décor trends you’ll want to say goodbye to and the trends chomping at the bit to take their place.
1. Barn Doors
The farmhouse décor trend has come and gone, with barn doors being put out to pasture. In their place are sleek pocket doors and classic French doors instead.
2. All-White Interiors
All-white interiors have gone the way of the 8-track. Sure, they look and feel bright and airy, but homeowners are looking to add pops of color and interest to their homes these days, and designers are answering that call in the kitchen with dark cabinets and bold brass accents.
Once a popular wall covering, shiplap has sunk. Don’t fret, my textured-wall-loving friend, because in its place are stone and metallics that add as much, if not more, interest and appeal as shiplap ever did.
4. Matching Furniture
If making sure your furniture matched has stressed you out more than once, you’ll be glad to know that these days throw caution to the wind and puts comfort and color above symmetry.
Like that red sofa and sunny yellow chair? Go for it! They’ll look great together.
5. Accent Walls
Another design trend that’s on its way out is the accent wall. If you love the accent wall but want to be trendy, try creating a focal point by applying textured wallpaper to a single wall instead. This home improvement keeps with the textured wall trend that’s hot right now.
6. Rose Gold
As beautiful and elegant as it is, rose gold has had its day. Brass replaces the pretty in pink rose gold décor.
So, if you’re thinking of giving your home a makeover this year, consider replacing some of the old popular décor trends you’re used to seeing with some of the new ones mentioned here.