It’s January — time to bring on the bone-chilling cold here in Minnesota, and time to make predictions for the new year in the design world. It seems like everybody wants to predict what colors, materials, and styles will be hot this year, so we sifted through some of the best to bring you a look at the top interior design trends for 2016.
Vogue’s forecast features interior designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe, who predict a return to a more visible canvas of tailored and tonal fabrics and texture, in response to the bright pattern and colors of the Bohemian inspiration of the last few years. “In 2016, we see ourselves pursuing this classic direction in our clients’ homes using tailored fabrics in textural neutral tones. The color camel seems to be driving this vision.”
Whatever your inspiration for 2016, stop by the nearest Hirshfield’s location in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota. We love to discuss the latest color and design trends.
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