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Say Au Revoir to These 2020 Design Trends

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Say Au Revoir to These 2020 Design Trends


December 21, 2020
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As a flux of new design trends are making their way into homes, outdated trends need to make their way out. The role of the home changed at a rapid pace this year, making way for a slew of new home demands. According to Forbes, there are 12 design trends from this year making their way out the door in 2021. Modern farmhouse design tops Forbes’ list, saying the look is often overdone in unnatural settings such as city apartments. Another interior design trend Forbes is saying goodbye to are all-white kitchens.

Nancy Epstein, founder, and president of Artistic Tile tells me, “The high end of the market has moved away from the staid whites and man-made agglomerates that dominated design for the last decade, and is once more embracing the exotic, rare stones, and detailed patterns that have historically defined luxury tile and stone.”

She recommends opting for breccias, richly veined marbles, and onyxes instead. “These materials have an incredible history and are once again becoming focal points in the most sumptuously designed spaces.” 

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