Design Trends for Greater Los Angeles
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Grey is out, people are tired of the greige craze. Look for bold colors that make an impact like metallics or statement turquoise and of course Pantone’s color of the year Ultra Violet. Keep an eye out for Maximalist interiors which include things like; Lush velvet fabrics and floral patterns layered on top of each other. For a really luxe look, you could do an Ultra Violet accent wall with metallic lighting accents or accessories. Here is a quick tip for working with colors; think of color the way you would a bouquet of flowers and arrange them accordingly with an unifying thread.
Keep an eye out for more traditional looks, modern has dominated for so long that people are turning back to more traditional and transitional design aesthetics. Many clients now prefer a more personal curated space that includes statement pieces and budget-friendly pieces over a decorated space. This New Traditional look works well with an open floor plan, a design trend that will continue to hold strong as clients desire to integrate technology and design in order to work, eat and play all in one locale.
Those still interested in Minimalism will find monochromatic color schemes a fresh take on this clean aesthetic.