Published: January 02, 2018
Say goodbye to rose gold accents, peel and stick wallpaper, and millennial pink. 2018 is here, and with it comes a new list of home design trends. Whether you’re updating your home with just a few projects or you’re going for a complete remodel, here is a list of the top trends you’re going to be seeing in the coming months.
The New Neutral
From Benjamin Moore’s royal purple Shadow to Olympic Paints’ pastel Cloudberry, everyone was seeing purple in 2017. But in 2018, everyone will be going green, and not just in their recycling bin. Say “hello” to the year of Sage. This green-grey can serve as a calming accent wall or can give an entire room a hint of tropic flare. But remember, painting is no easy task, so we’ve put together a list of ways to make it an easy process for you to go green this year.
Have a Spa Day (in your own bathroom)
Another trend taking Pinterest by storm is the idea of remodeling your bathroom to look and feel like a luxurious spa. Creating a spa bathroom can be as simple as incorporating house plants that survive with little to no sunlight like Golden Pothos and Philodendron. But if you’re aiming for a larger project, some ideas include installing a slate-gauged tile to a stand-up shower and jetted bathtubs. If you’re up for the challenge of creating a luxury spa at home, UNITS can help keep your belongings and building materials safe and out of the way during the remodeling process.
Your New Accent Wall
Want to make a bold statement this year? Look up! In 2018, ceilings are the new accent wall. Statement ceilings range from using interesting tiles to cover old popcorn ceilings to painting the ceiling entirely. Some experts even say painting your ceiling black will be popular in 2018, but we will believe that when we see it. If you’re looking to start your ceiling renovation by removing popcorn first, we’ve put together a guide on how to do that.
In 2018, colorful doors will be the perfect way to create a unique and inviting entry to your home. It’s also a way to start the new year off with a bang without breaking the bank. Experts are expecting to see more bold and beautiful exterior doors. They’re also saying we’ll see more people painting interior doors. Interior designers are saying that painting interior doors can lay the foundation for a home color palette, and it can make even the linen closet door seem unique and interesting. Here are some other ways you can update your home for the new year without completely remodeling.