By: Lauren Lee On: January 19, 2017 In: Advice, Lifestyle Comments: 0

5 Home Design Trends

The new year is here and with the new year comes with new interior designs. If you are looking to change up the style of your home this year, here are the 5 home trends that been making it’s way through that is sure to make your humble abode unique, beautiful, and modern!

Unique Backsplash Tiles

The winner of bathroom and kitchen back-splashes has always been the classic 3 x 6 glazed white subway tiles. However, as the trends change, you are more likely to see unique tile options such as; different color subway tiles, hexagon tiles, fish scale tiles, and more!

Colored Subway Tiles

Hexagon Tiles

Fish Scale Tiles

More Unique Styles...

Industrial Furniture

Industrial furniture wasn’t really a style until recently last year and it’s trend has continually grown. It’s popular with home design today as it brings the old into the new. It’s style is minimalist, but also a bit rough around the edges and features clean and simple shapes made out of industrial materials. Think reclaimed wood, pipes, and rustic metals.

Marble & Brass

White marble is timeless, it looks luxurious, clean, and modern. Now, with the combination of marble and brass, this style ties into the minimalist design with something glamorous and rustic. It is bound to stay in the top home trends of 2017!


Lighting is not only good for brightening up a room, it sets a center piece for the room as well. From Edison bulbs, use of geometric shapes, bold kitchen pendant lighting, to repurposed industrial lighting. One can say that the lighting trend has now gone from traditional to unique and modern!

Color Trend Alert -Poised Taupe

Poised Taupe was selected by Sherwin-Williams color trend of the new year! The color is a modern take on the timeless classic and brings a new look for warm and neutral colors.

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