Top Ten 2018 Trends
Happy New Year and Happy New Trends!
And I mean that literally. From positive, bright colors to soft and whimsical fabrics, 2018 will see a rise in optimism and newly generated wealth, comfort and joie de vivre. Which of these trends do you think will stay timeless? Post your own 2018 top trends on Instagram and tag #kbwtimelesstrends.
Positive, confident, vibrant, enthusiastic this color represents the future and our incoming Gen Z consumers, how amazing would some farmhouse pottery look on that counter?
Benjamin Moore’s 2018 Color of the Year Af-290. A nod to the modern farmhouse trend.
A forever trend, celebrating local artisanry, craftsmanship and technique. The question is where is this year’s “MADE” inspirational source? Think Folkloric Patterns from Pakistan, Japan, Thailand and Peru.
The New Traditional
Clean and classic with a slight Chinoiserie twist.
Warm and Mixed
Brass, chrome, gold, black? A mix of warmer, darker metals (bronze, matte blacks, brass and satin nickel). The metal mix would be a perfect background for your bathrooms and if you are looking to remodel your bathrooms take a look at Bathroom remodeling Birmingham, AL.
Also for the bathrooms you can change small things, like the shower curtain or smaller decor elements, to keep a neutral bathroom trendy and fresh.
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Art in Furniture
John Richard has recently featured Austin Allen James’ art work in their furniture.
Blue and White Kitchens
Catching like wildfire on the back-end of 2017 this trend continues strong into 2018 as Blue is the new Gray. Another trend going hard is the change from a electric to gas cooktop in most of the homes.
First it was the Tiny Home, then the Cabin and now the Lake House. Murky neutrals, calm and serene, with big windows. Windows are mostly the first thing you renovate in a house and with ones like this that help enter all the light into the house in makes the cost of house windows replacement take a higher value for the house. I vote this trend timeless. Getting noise reducing curtains placed is always a good idea, as privacy and peace are all one wants at the end of the day.
Even on tiles!
Shou Sugi Ban: Japanese art of charring
Last years’ lighter, Scandanavian style woods are making way for darker tones and innovative techniques.