Although the Summer has started it’s always exciting show the trends for this season. Are you considering remodeling your home? Your vacation home needs a new look? Today Design Build Ideas will show you 10 Decoration Trends for this summer. You’ll definitely love them! And it’s never too late to change!
BLACK STAINLESS STEELThe most popular appliance colors seem to change every few years — remember the days of pastel ovens? — and now polished stainless steel is on the way out, according toHouzz. Instead of gleaming silver appliances, sleek black stainless steel is the trend of the moment.
HEATED ENTRYWAY FLOORS
When you think of heated floors, bathrooms are usually the only room that comes to mind, but bringing that technology into the entryway is beyond brilliant, especially during the winter. We can definitely get on board with stepping out of snowy boots and onto a nice, toasty floor.
FORMAL DINING ROOMS
We are beyond ready for sit-down family meals to make a comeback, and thankfully, more homeowners are opting to keep their formal dining rooms instead of converting them into media rooms or offices, says Houzz. Here’s hoping they’re all as stylish as thepale purple number here.
While there’s nothing wrong with an all-white kitchen, there’s something extra special about going bold and adding a little color or texture to the space. You could even try pairing two different cabinet styles together — we have to say, the result is pretty stunning.
STATEMENT BATHROOM MIRRORS
A plain rectangular mirror certainly gets the job done, but this is the year of the statement mirror, reports Houzz. There’s no denying how much this singular detail can add to an oft-overlooked space like the bathroom.
MIXED MATERIALS IN KITCHENS
This year, kitchens are eschewing the perfect, polished look for a more eclectic vibe. Instead of only incorporating one or two materials, homeowners are turning to a variety of opposing styles to create a truly personalized space.This Manhattan kitchen, which features a rustic wood ceiling, a white subway tile backsplash, a vintage inspired rug, and shiny white countertops, is a perfect example.
TECH-LESS LIVING ROOMS
Tech-filled homes certainly aren’t going anywhere, but more and more families are opting to keep their family rooms unplugged in order to facilitate more family time, says Houzz. This stunning digital-free living room is proof that a house can look smart without being full of gadgets.
These charming home accents — even non-working fireplaces — are once again becoming the focal point of rooms, reports Houzz. Instead of placing a large TV above the fireplace or ignoring it all together, people are now arranging their furniture to put the fireplace center stage.
BATHROOMS THAT FEEL LIKE LIVING SPACES
Bathrooms are the one space that seem to constantly end up overrun by clutter, but according to Houzz, 2016 is the end of that. It’s time to take your bathroom back, and to achieve that goal is to introduce some homey items — like the plush chairs and fresh flowers here — into the space.
Last year was about all things metallic. But now, Etsy vendors are using the exact opposite texture in their goods, including oxidized metals, matte glazes, and chalk-finish paints — such as with this snazzy light fixture.
Source: Elle Decor