What interior design trends will we be seeing this year in homes in Phenix City AL? This list offers a few of the latest trends in interior design across the country. You’re sure to find a few that will be perfect for your new home!
Last year cool gray seemed to be everywhere. This year we’re trending more toward warm, earth-toned neutrals like beige, tan and terra cotta.
A fancy-sounding word is a catchall term for design that evokes the shapes and colors of plants and other natural forms. It includes everything from living walls of plants to leaf-shaped coffee tables.
Short for “bohemian,” this style is colorful, bright and cheery. It features lots of patterned and textured fabrics used in layers, along with macramé, plants, and mid-century furniture.
This trend is a carryover from the past year or so, riding on the crest of boho design. Grab a velvet throw or bedspread for a quick way to add this fabric to your interior.
Once thought of as a trend, sustainability on many levels may become a permanent standard this year. It encompasses everything from energy-efficient construction to the use of natural wood and recycled items.
Are you looking for a new home where you can use your favorite trends to create your dream interior? Rose Anne Erickson Realty can help you find just the right place in the Phenix City AL and Columbus GA areas.
Willow Trace is a master planned community featuring affordable new homes from the $169’s. Located off Highway 431, Willow Trace offers a peaceful, quiet retreat that’s still convenient to Phenix City and Ft. Benning. Three versatile floor plans are available to build. Each one is a two story home with either 4 or 5 bedrooms and 2.5 or 3 baths. Four brand new Energy Star certified homes are currently available from the Valley’s #1 builder, Grayhawk Homes.
To find a new home where you can express your on-trend styles, call Rose Anne Erickson Realty at 706-257-1776. Let us show you our listings of great homes in Phenix City AL.Tags: homes for sale phenix city al, new homes in phenix city
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