Categories: Home Design & Decor

Top 7 Home Decor Trends to Elevate Your Space

Whether you’ve just moved into your new house in Montgomery, Alabama or you’ve been happily nested for a while, it’s the perfect time to dive into the top trends in home decor!

From sustainable design to bold walls and statement lighting, let’s discover the key home decor trends that will elevate your living space by making it more stylish and inviting.

1. Sustainable Design.

Embrace the beauty of recyclable, reclaimed, and repurposed materials that not only add character to your space but also minimize your environmental impact. Think salvaged wood furniture, vintage treasures, and upcycled accents that give your home that one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly charm.

2. Curves and Rounded Edges.

Bring elegance and warmth into your home with furniture and decor featuring smooth lines and rounded edges. Consider incorporating curved sofas, round coffee tables, and arched mirrors to introduce a contemporary aesthetic to your living spaces. It’s all about bringing comfort and style together! 

3. Natural Materials.

Add a touch of timeless beauty to your home with natural materials. Opt for furniture and decor items crafted from wood, stone, wool, linen, and rattan. These materials bring a touch of nature indoors while infusing your home with a cozy feel.

4. Statement Lighting.

From eye-catching chandeliers to unique lamps, the right lighting can transform any space. Experiment with bold designs and unconventional materials to create a focal point that complements your personal style and enhances the overall ambiance of your home.

5. Bold Walls.

Bold walls are a great way to infuse personality into your home decor and create visual interest! Make a statement with saturated paint colors or patterned and textured wallpapers. Explore deep blues, vibrant greens, or warm earthy tones that reflect your unique personality and make your home stand out. 

6. Mixed Metals.

Incorporate a touch of glam and sophistication by blending different metals in your home decor. Whether it’s through hardware, decor accents, or lighting fixtures, mixing metals like gold, silver, and bronze can add depth and visual interest to your spaces. Let your creativity shine as you play with various finishes and textures to find the perfect balance! 

7. Stain-Resistant Materials.

We all know life can get a little busy, especially in a family-friendly neighborhood like New Park. When selecting upholstery, linens, and rugs, opt for high-performance and stain-resistant materials. No more stressing over spills or paw prints– these materials have got you covered. 

These top home decor trends will help you transform your house into a haven that reflects your personal style. Get inspired, have fun, and let your imagination run wild!

Contact our friendly team to learn more about the available houses, neighborhood amenities, and unique lifestyle New Park provides. We’re here to help you find your perfect home!

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