As we look ahead to 2024, it's important to reflect back on what colors we should leave behind. Since interior designers work with so many different color palettes throughout their projects, we asked a few to share the colors they'd be happy parting ways with and why.
This way, we will be able to embrace new hues that will refresh our current or new spaces. Read on to find out what five colors need to stay back in 2023.
Many people think of gray as a classic color, but as it turns out, some designers are more than ready to move beyond this simple shade.
Jennifer Hunter, the founder of Jennifer Hunter Design in New York City, is ready to bid adieu to plain grays in favor of colors that bring a little more vibrance and personality into a space. «We love when clients are open to color and pattern,» she says. «We hope to see an increase in clients who are ready to embrace the bold in 2024.»
Other designers also have strong opinions regarding gray. Amy Vroom, the founder of The Residency Bureau in Seattle, has simply had enough of plain gray.
«It doesn't bring me joy, especially living in the Pacific Northwest where we have cloud cover for a good portion of the year,» she says.
But she is eager to help those who often rely upon the hue source alternative shades. She recommends choosing a gray-blue hue instead of a classic gray. «It's a timeless color with an updated twist,» she says.
Laura Umansky, the founder of Laura U Design Collective in Houston, is also averse to cool grays. «They have taken a backseat as warmer tones and bold, vibrant colors dominate the current trends,» she says. And greige—a combination of gray and beige that is especially popular in kitchens and living rooms—isn't her favorite option, either.
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Most kitchens are outfitted with a stovetop fan (or a range hood or microwave fan) to reduce smoke and improve air quality in the kitchen. With wildfire smoke and other air-quality issues, some homeowners have asked whether these fans improve the air quality in the rest of the home.
Offices can get stressful over a period of time. To take off the stress and add positivity, there are Plants You Can Keep on Your Desk for Good Luck. They also look good and bring in a calm demeanor to space.
It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of unprecedented drought, water restrictions, and soaring temperatures—but we gardeners are not powerless. With careful planning we can create beautiful, drought-resilient gardens that thrive no matter what the weather may bring. And by applying water-conservation techniques in our backyards, we not only lessen our dependency on supplemental water but also help to preserve and protect natural waterways downstream.
A new year is just a couple of calendar flips away (2023, where did you go?) So, we have our attention on what’s new and exciting in the world of home decor in 2024. One trend in particular is emerging as clear as the sky is blue. Each fall, paint brands unveil their colors of the year, and for 2024, many of them declared shades of blue as the color to consider.
With 2023 coming to a close, many designers are already looking ahead to the New Year to predict the home and interior design trends that will be popular in 2024. One space of particular interest is the bathroom.
Autumn presents the perfect conditions for creating a gorgeous fall tablescape. You might be interested in conjuring a dreamy spread for a Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving meal, or perhaps you're after a few new options to embrace the cozy season.
It's time to get out the holiday decorations and turn your home into a festive winter wonderland. If you’re in need of some new or updated holiday decor this year, let the experts help. Interior designers have extensive knowledge and expertise when it comes to sourcing stylish and affordable decor, and the holidays are no exception.
Today’s home design trends often place an emphasis on the front entrance to elevate the overall house design. It’s a no-brainer that entry doors play a pivotal role here, being the first element that guests see when visiting your house.
Whether you’re considering a full kitchen renovation—so long, rickety cabinets and outdated backsplash—or simply need to stock up on a few essential kitchen tools, there’s no getting around it: kitchens are expensive. Not every aspect of your kitchen needs to blow your budget, though. We tapped two interior designers, both with extensive kitchen experience, to spill the kitchen items they say aren’t worth the splurge. “There are so many choices when it comes to outfitting a kitchen, with just as many price points to choose from,” according to interior designer Kristina Phillips. “Most would agree that countertops and appliances are worth spending money on, but there are a few items that don't need splurging to be effective.” Read on for their recommendations, both big and small—your budget will thank you.
Mums are synonymous with fall. Thanks to their late bloom period, these beautiful flowers make a much-welcomed addition to the home landscape. Potted mums from garden centers adorn porches, patios, and even indoor spaces. Though some choose to treat these flowers as an annual, many have found success wintering mums in garden beds. You may also wonder if you can divide mums. “Can you split mums” is a question we often hear during the fall months.
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