One trend for living rooms that designers say is outdated, and one that they’re embracing instead – Livingetc

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One trend for living rooms that designers say is outdated, and one that they’re embracing instead – Livingetc

One trend for living rooms that designers say is outdated, and one that they’re embracing instead – Livingect

 

We asked interior designers what they’re loving, and what they’re glad to see the back of in living room designs. Here’s what they told us

 

Interior design is an ever-evolving discipline, and what may have been popular a few years ago could very well be on its way out now.

Colors, prints, decoration techniques, furniture pieces, and fabrics tend to go in and out of fad – some with a chance of revival in the near future, and others perhaps never. If you want to ensure you’re making wise investments for your space, then these modern living room trends suggested by top designers will steer you in the right direction.

 

IN: SUPER SOFT, ORGANIC MATERIALS

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‘When designing a relaxing living room, I pick cozy and inviting materials,’ says Susan Spath, principal of Kern & Co. ‘Linens, boucle, mohairs, etc. are great to create a relaxing environment. Linen is crisp, clean, and simple, while a boucle or mohair is more of a statement and adds warmth and texture to the space. I like to use organic materials as they help create the feeling of comfort and relaxation.’

 

 

Written by: Aditi Sharma Maheshwari for Living ETC

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