Three home decor trends that transcend seasons
With a plethora of styles to choose from, decorating a home can feel like a major undertaking. Styles come and go, but Sue has three decor trends that go with every season and are the perfect starting point for those of you looking to take your space to new heights.
Wood has been a staple for decades, but it has recently been incorporated into homes in new ways. From exposed wood beams to subtle wood accents in the kitchen to wood-panelled ceilings, this styling trend gives every home a rustic touch without overpowering the room. As a neutral accent piece, it is easy to style around and goes with any color. If you’re interested in adding a wood accent before taking a big plunge, try adding a natural wooden dining table or barstools to your kitchen or dining area.
Patterns and designs
Patterns may seem like an unlikely style trend to transcend seasons, but layering patterns and textures throughout your home will set the tone for your space. Patterns and textures can be added to every room. Think items like rugs, colorful wallpaper and beautiful paintings. Consider adding an original painting from Sue’s collection for a touch of color. Her abstract paintings, such as “Seeking a Peaceful Solution” shown here, offer a thoughtful patterned design that can easily be styled around for years to come. And, the title ties in to the peace we are all looking for right now.
The design possibilities for metallics are endless and their presence in the home isn’t going away any time soon. Incorporating metals like brass or copper give your home a sophisticated touch and are a great addition to any room. Decorating with and around metallics offers a bright and neutral accent that is sure to compliment seasonal decor. Get creative by adding metallic light fixtures in your living space, hanging a brass mirror in the bathroom or going with a copper-top table.
If you are in need of a little help selecting new decor elements, Sue is here to assist, especially if paintings are on your shopping list. Feel free to give Sue a call at 901-409-7870 for a free consultation.