Some house design trends may well be left in the 2010s. Here’s what they expect goes off:
The boho trend of last year is fast, and among that look — macramé’s signatures –is losing lovers. Percent of designers picked macramé as their favorite design trend of the last decade.
2. All-gray interiors
All-gray interiors were predicted among the trends of the last decade by nineteen percent of designers surveyed. Gray has been pushed aside as the most prominent neutral color. White interiors are slightly more preferred: For comparison, only 12% of designers predicted all-white interiors a fading trend.
Thirteen percent of designers said that this timber wall treatment is just another trend they expect to stay in the 2010s. Shiplap had become a touch of the contemporary farmhouse style, but now designers are calling farmhouse and shiplap overdone.
4. Tribal prints
Tribal designs of zigzags, triangles, and diamonds have increased in popularity in the last few decades. Repeated patterns of arrows in the background or a couch are examples of the trend. But 11% of designers surveyed said they are growing tired of prints.
5. Six percent of designers said accents and countertops have a look.
6. Accent walls
Goodbye, accent walls. It’s all about commitment to wall color today. Painting one wall a vibrant color within a room is a trend that might have finally run its program. It was predicted a tendency that must remain in the 2010s by four percent of designers. Designers are advising to paint rooms.