I’ve always been a fan of keeping your home on the neutral side so that you can add accessories and switch up the look per season.
Here are the HOT trends you can possibly incorporate into your home this summer!
I’m sure you’ve been seeing these a lot lately, but I think they’re particularly great for the summertime because of their nostalgia. They can be used in a number of ways.
Here are some examples:
DIY Light fixtures
Perfect for a picnic or bbq!
cute DIY outdoor lighting
Last but not least, my favorite….spray painted gold! Super easy, high impact!
gold spray paint
Trays are a great way to contain counter top clutter….don’t worry, you’re not the only one!
Grouping like items in trays not only looks better, but it makes it much easier when cleaning. Just pick up the tray rather than having to remove every item.
bathroom tray- great for a guest bathroom.
need a surface for your ottoman?
organized catch-all for your book, magazine, remote, and other living room items.
place one on your dining table with your settings ready-to-go!
Place one in your entryway credenza with flowers, candles, picture frames and books.
My favorite! Great for all those kitchen tools you need on-hand…olive-oil, salt, pepper, cutting boards.
They come in all sorts of sizes, shapes and colors. Remember, they are accessories so don’t be afraid of bright and fun patterns! Here are some examples….
Vintage florals are another summer trend that you can incorporate into textiles; pillows, bedding, shower curtains, etc. They can add feminine touch to any room.
fabric- use as a table cloth or make a pillow.
Copper light fixtures have become popular recently as well. The light reflects beautifully off the copper-lined pendants. They can also help with achieving an industrial/contemporary look.
metallic elements always spice up a room!
Originally seen in menswear, the herringbone pattern has become very popular to use throughout the home. Slightly different from the trendy chevron pattern, herringbone is classic and overlays horizontal bricks at a 45 degree angle. The pattern comes from its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring fish, hence its name “herringbone”.
beautiful marble floors