The seasons are changing and it’s the perfect time to give your home an update for the fall and winter seasons ahead. When the weather gets chillier and those holiday parties are just around the corner your home should take on a cozier, warmer, and more inviting look that will make your home your favorite place to be during the cold weather.
Here are a few hot home interior design trends for the fall and winter that you can use to refresh your home’s interior design and get your house in top shape for entertaining.
1. Quartz Countertops
Quartz countertops are the ideal upgrade for your existing kitchen counters. If you can’t stand the builder grade granite countertops in your home or if you’re just ready for a change quartz countertops are the perfect choice. They are very affordable, extremely durable, and come in gorgeous colors, including quartz that looks like marble, that will provide the perfect backdrop for a new kitchen look. Quartz countertops are very easy to maintain and because they are engineered they come in many on trend colors like red and navy.
2. Canvas Prints
Houston canvas prints are the perfect way to change up the look of your home because they are very affordable but still look sophisticated and unique. Decals and DIY art still have their place, but if you want to give your home a little more of an elegant look for those upcoming holiday parties or if you just want good looking seasonal décor that won’t cost a fortune big canvas prints are the right choice. You can even have custom canvas prints made with photos, your own artwork, or your children’s artwork.
3. Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed wood can be used in many different ways in your home to provide rustic accents that are very much on trend. From a reclaimed wood mantel over the fireplace to reclaimed wood tacked up as an accent wall there are unique and fun ways to use reclaimed wood in every room of the home. Reclaimed wood butcher block tops can be added to tables or countertops in the kitchen and reclaimed wood furniture is perfect for the deck. Using reclaimed wood is the perfect way to add some warm accents to an otherwise cool décor to make it more welcoming and cozy for the cooler winter months and to make your home more inviting when guests come over for holiday parties.
4. Wide Wood Plank Flooring
If you want to give your home a serious style upgrade invest in wide wood plank floors. There’s a reason why wide plank wood floors are showing up on social media and design blogs everywhere. It’s because wide wood plank floors give any home a warmth and charm that will transform it into the kind of place where people want to be. Wood floors are elegant and timeless and wide plank wood floors give homes a vintage personalized look that takes cookie cutter homes to the next level and restores the beauty and appeal of vintage homes.
5. Navy Everything
Color trends come and go quickly. Remember when Millennial Pink was the hottest trend? But the hottest color trend for fall and winter 2018 is a classic neutral that will be in style for years to come. It’s navy blue, and it’s going to be everywhere this fall and winter. Navy is the perfect color for fall and winter because it’s serene and a little moody but also warm. If you don’t want to go all in on a dark navy paint for your home try adding some navy accents to take advantage of the striking color without going too dark. A navy accent wall is great for the living room, especially as a backdrop for a brightly lit Christmas tree. You can also use navy pillows, blankets, and art to add some on trend color to your living room or bedrooms.
6. Colorful Kitchens
All white kitchens are fading fast when it comes to design trends. Bright and colorful or dark and luxurious colored kitchens are what designers are showcasing now. Bright cheerful reds and golds, serene blues, greys, and greens, and even dark colors like black and navy are showing up on kitchen walls and as colorful accents in countertops and cabinets. A great way to combine trends is to get some brightly colored quartz countertops and give your existing cabinets a coat of colorful paint if you don’t want to repaint your entire kitchen.