Millennial pink, two-tone furniture and brass ornaments will experience critical moments in 2018. And, in the same way, there will be many other trends also in decline. We ask some of the interior designers and experts from Trulia to tell us which decoration trends are losing strength. We may not agree with all of them, but we would understand that some styles would disappear.Advertising - Continue reading below Exposed lighting
Edison bulbs and exposed lighting have been one of the leading lighting trends in recent years, but designer Hannah Crowell of Crowell & Co. in Trulia, it is time to turn the page. "I am a lover of all things vintage and I appreciate the nod to the past, but we are saturated, "according to Crowell.
David Charette from Britto Charette He agrees: "There is no reason to have exposed lighting, it can be embedded in drywall to obtain a much cleaner and aesthetically pleasing appearance."
Although this material is found in almost all kitchens today, people are beginning to prefer more versatile and easy-to-maintain countertops, such as quartz. "Granite is durable, that's for sure, but it lacks the beauty of marble or the elegance of quartz," Crowell told Trulia.Bamboo flooring
Simply put: "The bamboo floor is out, out ", according to Jay Britto, of Britto Charette, who explains that this material has little durability. Another reason: Bamboo was once hailed as an ecological soil option, but there is concern about the negative effects it has on biodiversity and carbon emissions. We don't say more.Open shelves
"The open shelves in the kitchens, are very good in photos, but not in real life. I do not put that type of storage just to have decorative items on top of each other," says the interior designer of the new season of Trading Spaces, Sabrina Soto.DIY storage
According to Pinterest, the trend millennial they have to do with practicing DIY to improve their homes. However, sometimes this approach is very unattractive. "Reusing items such as egg cartons and rolls of toilet paper makes your space look like a disaster," says Layne Brookshire of Ms. Placed Professional Organizing.Pink gold
"Rose gold is finally gone," says Genevieve Gorder, interior designer at Trading Spaces,about the metal that has reigned in recent years. "People are leaning towards a palette of mixed metals and more muted colors."Reclaimed wood
There is too much, even if it is recycled, rustic and ecological wood. "I think a while ago it has begun to disappear and I am hopeful that this trend will continue," Crowell tells Trulia.Bohemian upholstery
It doesn't matter how much you like the word "groovy"In 2018 the psychedelic tapestries inspired by the 70s will disappear." They had a period of inactivity from 1980 until last year, and I think they will return to hibernation, "Crowell says.
Via: House Beautiful US