Spring is the perfect time to make a few simple changes to breathe some new life into the familiar spaces of your San Antonio custom home
. Design trends are all about bringing dramatic impact into your home and making your home the best that it can be. Here are some of the more prominent trends for you to try in your Weston Dean home.
Modern takes on classic patterns: Floral patterns are in, but they are not your grandma’s floral. Take a bold approach and mix patterns to modernize the overall look to keep things fresh.
Rich fabrics: Try luxurious velvet, earthy suede and even textured corduroy in your Weston Dean home. These fabrics are stylish along with being durable.
Saturated colors: Gray and beige are taking a back seat in favor of deeply saturated hues like navy and plum. Navy is being considered a new neutral for its ability to blend with other colors and styles. If can’t see this darker shade on the walls of your Weston Dean home, start with a piece of furniture like a sofa or sectional as your focal point and work from there.
Light toned wood: For the last few years’ dark toned wood has dominated the furniture market. Now light honey tones will be taking their place. The lighter wood will blend with any design style in your Weston Dean home and keep furnishings from feeling heavy or lavish.
Natural elements: Natural materials are incorporated in not only artwork, but fabrics and furnishings too. Cowhide is making a big appearance in the textiles in a variety of colors and applications.
No more matching: Harmonious colors don’t have to match and the same goes for pattern finishes. Don’t be afraid to bring different colors, textures and finishes into your home.
Meaningful accessories: Less is going to be more when it comes to decorative objects around your home. Choose objects, artwork and photos with personal significance to you and your family to use throughout your home.
Don’t worry that if you use these trends in your Weston Dean home that they will go out of style quickly. These trends are sophisticated enough to stick around for a long time to come.