10 Interior Design Trends We LOVE
Whether you live for the next trend or prefer the antique look of last century, home design “fab and fails” begin anew every year. Here is a collection of some of our favorite design trends.
1. Screen-Free Rooms
While “black mirrors” can be captivating, they may not have a space in our common rooms anymore.
Technology may be booming, but it’s not necessarily in the most chic of rooms.
Try replacing your screens with a piece of art, or nothing at all. A look like this may be found in neighborhoods like LoHi, Cheeseman Park and Downtown Denver, Colorado
2. Monochromatic Pop
There are few things more chic right now than minimizing the “noise” and maximizing the “pop.”
Memorable rooms like this may be found in neighborhoods like LoDo, Cherry Creek, Uptown or Lowry, all surrounding Central Denver, Colorado
A sophisticated, clean, bright look. Think bathrooms, kitchen and accent pieces. Anything from backsplashes to countertops, details like vases, clocks or even dining sets look great in marble and add a nice touch of class.
This look is likely to be found in the Denver Country Club, Cherry Hills Village or Wash Park neighborhoods of Central Denver, Colorado
4. Matte Black Kitchens
No, more black. Yes, that’s it. It takes a certain confidence to pull off a matte black kitchen, like wearing that pair of heels that just may be a little too high. But when you nail the look? Pure magic.
Your best shot at finding find these beauties is in LoHi, RiNo, LoDo or Five Points surrounding Downtown Denver, Colorado
5. Large Format Tiles
These beauties offer a sleek, clean, current look that’s great in just about any room of the house.
You might find large format files in the University Hills, Cherry Hills Village or Hilltop neighborhoods of Central Denver, Colorado
6. Farmhouse Doors
Farmhouse Doors have an amazing ability to transform a space into something sweepingly majestic. Make no mistake, farmhouse doors are anything but average.
Farmhouse doors are likely to be found in Belcaro (Bonnie Brae), Parker, Littleton and Greenwood Village Colorado
7. Mixed Material Kitchens
We love the aesthetic appeal of varying textures, surfaces and colors.
Out with the matchy-matchy, in with the chic eclectic.
This look is likely to be found in rural neighborhoods south and west of Denver including Larkspur, Deckers and Ken Caryl Colorado; as well as Colorado mountain towns like Breckenridge, Aspen and Vail
8. Dramatic Textured Walls
This one can get you into a lot of trouble if you don’t approach it correctly.
The theory to make it work? Go big or (you won’t want to) go home.
Dramatic walls may be for sale in Five Points, Cherry Creek, RiNo and Highlands, all central to the heart of Denver, Colorado
9. Rustic Chic
That beautiful mix of raw, textured charm wrapped in the most refined of packages.
While this look can be difficult to achieve, we think it’s worth the challenge any day.
Looks like this may be hiding in areas like Golden, Wheat Ridge, or Littleton Colorado
10. High Contrast Industrial
Some spaces are converted to residential use, some wish they were.
You either love the look or you hate it. We happen to love it.
Industrial conversions are easily found in the Denver neighborhoods of LoDo, RiNo, Five Points, and Baker, all home to Central Denver, Colorado
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