Finding the right accessories to pair with your home decor can be challenging. Accessories help showcase your personal tastes without having to redesign a room completely. Discover the hottest accessories that can take your home decor to the next level.
Entertainment Carts: Also referred to as bar carts, these versatile mobile tables make entertaining easy. They are the perfect vehicle for serving food and beverages to your guests. You’ll find options available in showrooms across New York in a number of styles and sizes, making it easy to find one that fits your style and your budget. Situate an entertainment cart as a side table in your living room, then wheel it wherever it’s needed when you entertain!
Acrylic Furnishings: Downsizing has become a major trend among homeowners. Consumers no longer have a need or desire for heavy, bulky furniture. Instead, people who love to play around with the space they have are seeking out products made with acrylics. These furnishings are lighter, easier to move, and they open up a space. Acrylic furnishings work anywhere in a home, as they come in different shapes, sizes and colors. You’ll find acrylic pieces mainly in millennial homes and apartments, but their lightweight nature makes them great for aging couples too!
Chairs with Motion: Comfort has always been a necessity in home design, particularly when it comes to seating. Recliners remain popular furniture staples, but recent trends have proven that chairs with motion are in high demand. Contrary to popular belief, swivel chairs and recliners are extremely popular amongst homeowners across the board, not just the elderly. They’re ideal for conversation areas and are available in all kinds of styles, from traditional to contemporary, making them easy to work into your home.
Metallic Accents: Because metals are so malleable, you’ll find accent pieces in shapes that have been uniquely twisted, rounded, or molded. Metallic accents aren’t new – what is are the ways they’re used to create modern elements! From rustic polished nickel to distressed brass, there are a plethora of color options when it comes to metal decor. Using metal accents from the same color family that each feature a different finish is a great way to work this trend into your interior design. On the other hand, you don’t need to choose from the same color family. As with jewelry, there are no rules when it comes to mixing and matching metallic accents.
Embrace these exciting trends! For help working them into your home decor, reach out to me today.