Spring is finally here, and you know what that means! We’re discovering this year’s spring design trends and how we can bring them into our upcoming projects. This year’s trends are design elements that you may have already seen sprouting in homes around you. Many trends are subtle enough to incorporate into your home year-round, while still providing a fresh take on your space.

Watercolor Florals

This isn’t your grandmother’s floral wallpaper. Many of the floral patterns we’re using this year have a watercolor-inspired look, which offers a softer take on the classic. A simple way to incorporate these patterns into your home is through bedding to brighten the bedroom. A neutral living room can benefit from soft floral window treatments without overpowering the space.

Chunky Knits

Chunky knits are perfect for transitioning your home from winter to spring. We’re seeing this texture often in throw blankets and poufs. We suggest sticking to neutral colors and letting the texture do the talking. Try adding a pair of chunky knit poufs to your office or living room for extra seating.

Soft Pastels

When you hear spring trends, you might think of bright, overpowering pops of color. That’s not the case this year. Soft greens, pinks, and purples are abound this year, and we’re loving this look for traditional and transitional homes. These colors offer a more sophisticated look and can be added throughout your home.

Copper Pieces

The copper trend is still going strong! When using this metal in your home, keep it subtle. Thin pieces, such as copper pendants, are perfect for the kitchen. Copper accents are also easy to find these days. If you want to add metallics and maintain warmth in your space, then copper is what you’re looking for.

Textured Ceramics

Ceramics are everywhere this season, but with more texture than usual. You can find large vases and lamps with unique and interesting textures that will add flair to contemporary spaces. Many of these pieces are monochromatic, which makes it easier to add them to your current color palette.

Is your home ready for an update? Call Pamela Hope Designs today, and let’s get started!

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