Are you buying a new home? Looking to freshen up your existing home?
The following 5 tips are a must for 2013!
Guest Blogger: Heather Osmond - Owner/CEO
Osmond Designs Furniture and Interior Design
2013 trends in Home furnishings are very exciting with several measurable direction changes. Your home is a reflection of you! Everyone wants their home to be a perfect balance of chic yet comfortable and trendy yet classic. Mixing furniture styles will create that unique and individual look that you desire.
1. COLOR, COLOR, COLOR!
Don't be afraid of color! fresh blues, grays, greens, yellows are a huge hit with ORANGE being named the color of the year! (EDGE Homes favorite)
Bringing in color with pillows, rugs, lamps, accessories, and accent chairs and fabric ottomans are quick and affordable ways to stay current in your home decorating.
2. LIGHTEN UP!
Crisp whites, creams, and reclaimed woods are the best ways to wipe away the winter blues.
Wake up to the light, fresh and textures. Mixing light transitional and relaxed looks are all the rage!
3. NOT YOUR MOM'S HOME!
The younger genration does not want the same look in home decor as what their parents had.
The cleaner, less carved bedroom sets, the track arm on a sofa and legs instead of skirt days are here! SIMPLIFY!
4. PATTERN IS BACK!
A few of my favorite patterns this year are the more transitional geometric and trellis patterns with various textures.
In pillows, rugs, vases, and many other accessories, patterns provide the opportunity to transform any boring sofa from BLAH! to WOW!
5. OWN IT!
Individualize your home with personal photos, travel finds, anything that tells your story.
The things that you love and are the most important to you are the best things to finish and complete your look!
Last but not least... HAVE FUN decorating and updating your home this season!
If you have any further questions or need any more information...
please call Heather Osmond (801)787-1064
Osmond Designs Furniture and Interior Design Owner/CEO
Designer Furniture. Affordable Prices.