Everything Interior Designers Are Ditching (And Keeping) This Year

Everything Interior Designers Are Ditching (And Keeping) This Year

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Spring is a time for changes-your interior dГ©cor included. Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and new home dГ©cor trends are emerging what seems like every day.

While some spring dГ©cor trends feel fresh and original, others are already beginning to seem overdone and outdated. In order to make room for the latest trends that you feel most connected to, there's no choice but to make some cuts and quite literally spend some time spring-cleaning your interiors.

So far, 2019 has been all about natural materials and textures, bold maximalist designs, and unique silhouettes. If you need a bit of inspiration for what to ditch and what to try instead, keep reading for seven outdated spring home dГ©cor trends (and seven trends that feel brand new), according to the pros.

Ditch: All-White

“The white-on-white-on-white palette feels like it has seen its hay-day, especially in the kitchen," Decorist designer Erika Dale tells MyDomaine. "Though it photographs beautifully, it can feel a bit stark or cold in person,” she adds.

Hannah Haston; DESIGN: Erika Dale

Keep: Layered Neutrals

“Instead, to keep things feeling light and airy but still warm and welcoming, try a mixture of bright white with warmer shades of ivory, cream, nude, greige, and sandy tones to create a layered neutral effect," Dale suggests. "By varying texture with these subtle hues, the result is a very hygge and elegant.”

West Elm Leather Moroccan Pouf $299 $224Shop

Ditch: Neon

Neon has proven to be a major trend in both the worlds of fashion and design this past year, but Decorist Elite Designer Briana Nix is ready to say goodbye to the bold, bright hues.

Alyssa Rosenheck; DESIGN: Jessica McCarthyВ

Keep: Natural Materials

“Instead of the bright statement lights we've seen so much of recently, I'd like to see softer and more natural options this spring," Nix explains. "Wicker, rattan and natural grass shades and pendants give a relaxed, carefree vibe.”

CB2 Fringe Faux Leather Pendant Light $299Shop

Ditch: Terrazzo DГ©cor

According to Decorist Elite Designer Jillian Scott, small décor details that feature terrazzo have had enough time in the spotlight. “For me, this trend feels too contrived as everything from vases to side tables adorn the look," she says.

Sarah Sherman SamuelВ

Keep: Handmade Wares

“I like a terrazzo floor, but with décor, I'll go for items that have a more handmade look to them.” Think unique ceramic sculptures and vases to get this fresher look.

Zara Home Decorative Ceramic Amphora $50Shop

Ditch: Pastel Overload

While Dale thinks that pastels can work in moderation, she's not a fan of designs that go overboard with the light shades: “You think of spring and your mind immediately goes to the happy, light hues of Easter eggs and May flowers,” she notes.

Catherine Kwong

Keep: Earth Tones

"Try bringing in rich or vibrant earth tones like natural wood, deep forest green, ochre, mustard, terracotta, indigo, coral, or persimmon," Dale suggests. "These colors feel grounded and down-to-earth, yet energetic and elevated-the perfect springtime boost for your home.”

Article Maxtrix Chair $599Shop

Ditch: Minimalism

Minimalism has always been a popular home décor trend, and while it likely will never fade completely, Nix is just one of the many designers looking for alternatives. “Minimalist interiors can seem stark, so for spring, I like to warm things up with color and pattern,” she explains.

Reid Rolls; DESIGN: Jessica McCarthyВ

Keep: Maximalism

“By mixing different color combinations with a variety of materials and textures, a room will feel new and give it that fresh maximalism vibe,” according to Nix. It's a far more experimental look meant for fun, fresh styles and bold décor.

House of Hackney Eteris Wallpaper $298Shop

Ditch: Fiber Art

“The popularity of macramé feels overly 70's boho-chic to me," Scott says. "I do really love the bohemian style, but I think the market has been oversaturated with this trend,” she adds.

Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design

Keep: Sculptures

Rather than utilizing macramГ© and fabric wall hangings for dГ©cor, opt for something a bit more modern. Scott recommends sourcing something like a sculptural wall hanging-it's a fresh take on the spring trend.

Mudpuppy Moon Chime Wall Sculpture $450Shop

Ditch: Traditional Silhouettes

"Another spring dГ©cor trend that I think is outdated is the use of all straight lines when it comes to furniture silhouettes and decor," Dale says. Although the designer admits that clean lines and mid-century modern influences are popular, she's ready to give less traditional shapes a try.

Sarah Sherman Samuel

Keep: Curves

"There is a sophistication to creating an eclectic mixture of silhouettes and dГ©cor with a variety of inspirations, and the graceful curves of the '70s, '80s, and Art Deco era are the next big thing," according to Dale. "Think curved sofas, large scale floral murals, organic shibori patterns, scalloped chairs, or freeform coffee tables, to name a few," she adds.

Urban Outfitters Josey Swivel Chair $299Shop

Next up: Shop every major spring home trend of 2019 (no matter your budget).

This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.


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