Fall 2021 Design Trends

The future is here, and it’s time to get ahead of the curve!

Interior design trends are constantly changing. What was once popular in 2016 may not be so in 2021. Designers have predicted what they think will be hot for homeowners this season, but the only way to know for sure is to keep up with them on social media or blog posts – don’t miss out on any home decor updates! 

We’ll teach you how to stay up-to-date on all things interior design. You’ll also learn about some of our favorite upcoming trends that we’re looking forward to seeing more of this season!


Green Cabinetry

According to many interior design gurus, green kitchen cabinets are all the rage right now. If you’re looking to add a dramatic flair and if you have guts enough for it, then give your kitchen some beautiful sage-green cabinets! When choosing the perfect shade of green consider lightening up with something closer in color to that of fresh grass or clover leaves so as not to darken any areas too much while also keeping this space bright and airy.


Stay Neutral


This fall, designers are looking into neutrals and earthy tones. Heavy textures without the need for bold colors will give your home a cozy look with lots of character this upcoming season.


In addition to neutral tones, designers are excited about natural furnishing such as wicker and cane making an appearance. These furnishings are a great way to achieve that natural oasis look.


Want to try something new for your home? Don’t be afraid of experimenting with different styles! As homestagers and design gurus, we love staying in the loop on new and upcoming trends. Our goal is to always be up to date and keep our style relevant with what is in. 


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