{friday finds: using trends in your home}


Paint color can transform and revitalize your home. Color expert Kate Smith from Sensational Color realizes this and uses color to engage and create welcoming home environments. Kate advises using trends with care. Rather than simply following trends, choose colors and designs that fit your personality.

Tracking trends and choosing colors.

What’s more important than color trends? Having your home express your personality. Change your perspective on trends and view them as a way to freshen and liven up rooms in your home. You don’t need to choose emerald green simply because it is Pantone’s color of the year. Incorporate trends in small ways that can easily be swapped out and replaced. This will leave your home constantly feeling new and updated without needing a design overhaul. Trends are short-term. Committing in low levels allows you to move onto the next and newest!

Top 2013 Design Trends

Emerald Green

Emerald Green

Coastal
Coastal Room
New Traditional
New Traditional
Embellished Walls
Embellished Walls
Color Blocking
Color Blocking

Which trend will you be trying?

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One Response to “{friday finds: using trends in your home}”

  1. {fearless trends: how to pull off interior color blocking} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] you loved it when we discussed color blocking a few years ago, we have good news: the trend is back and bolder than ever. Color blocking returned to fashion […]


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