2018 Home Design Trends
NEW INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS FOR THE YEAR AHEAD
With every new year comes new trends in interior design styles, patterns, and colors. If you can’t escape the dream of giving your Myrtle Beach home a fresh lease on life, 2018 is your year to make that dream come true with rising trends that are sure to last!
Home design style for 2018 is promising to deliver on originality, quality, style and more. Let’s take a look at some of this years hottest new trends...
Wide Plank Flooring
With an authentic and sophisticated aesthetic, extra-wide plank wood and tile flooring is a trend gaining a lot of positive attention. Providing the space with remarkable charm, wide planks and even longer-length planks offer an upscale touch while making a room appear more tidy and spacious. So whether you decide to use this update for your oceanfront vacation rental, golf course home, or peaceful cottage out in Conway, this is a trend that will remain favorable for years to come.
From faucets to door handles, we’re moving away from the expected brushed silver accents. You will notice the growing popularity of soft, golden tones offering a more subtle and warm appearance to your spaces.
The Look of Luxury
Velvet has made a strong reappearance on the fashion runways over the last couple years and we believe it’s going to make a comeback in your household! Velvet was widely recognized as a symbol of royalty and wealth during the Renaissance age and adding this rich texture to your coastal home not only infuses a sense of history but adds a touch of luxury. Velvet upholstery is a yes!
Hand in hand with the uprise of the craftsman trend, people are shying away from the mass-produced (dare we say “basic”) home goods. So it comes as no surprise that Artisanal and small business lighting selections are the hottest new to-do. Lighting has a way of defining the ambience of a room and since 2018 is all about favoring uniqueness, what better way to make your space distinct by embracing individuality, irregularity, and personality with few-of-a-kind light fixtures.
The Neutral Kitchen
For almost a decade, the all-white sterile kitchen has dominated. But in 2018, we’re predicting a transition towards warm earthy color palettes that will surely stand the test of time.
Tones such a “greige” (a mix between gray and beige) will begin to make a strong appearance in our kitchens allowing for a much needed cozy factor that was lost with the stark white interior.
Don't Forget: While wanting your space to be consistent with what's cool, the CRG team suggests making updates that you personally love. Remember, choosing timeless materials and pieces are ultimately most important in keeping your home looking newer for longer.
Design Your New Home Today
Don’t wait another year to make your home a dream come true. The CRG team has qualified industry experts available to handle your next remodel or renovation project. If you’d rather have a fresh new start, consider building with our design and construction team or contact one of our Real Estate Professionals today to start your new home search.