9 STATEMENT-MAKING DESIGN TRENDS TO SHOP RIGHT NOW
Few things feel better than spring cleaning—and by that we mean the sense of accomplishment you have after doing all that scrubbing and purging. Now that you’ve streamlined your space, don’t you deserve to add a few new stylish pieces into the mix?
Yes, that question is rhetorical. To inspire your home’s spring awakening, we got the pros at Joss & Main to share their very on-trend picks for the new season. All that stands between you and a brighter, happier home is clicking “add to cart.”
TREND NO. 1: HIGH-ENERGY HUES
Use bold colors—everything from radiant yellows to warm terracotta—whimsical upholstery, and statement-making art to create a home so bright you won’t be bothered by the occasional April shower.
TREND NO. 2: A SENSE OF SURREALISM
The expected is so last season. Bound into spring with out-of-the-box shapes, abstract patterns, and kaleidoscope prints lifted straight from fashion week runways.
TREND NO. 3: LIGHTER TONES
Behind every saturated hue and bold furnishing is a solid, neutral base. Consider these pieces—fashioned from blonde wood, natural rattan, and woven fibers—your home’s blank canvas.
TREND NO. 4: IRIDESCENT ELEMENTS
Why stick to one hue when you can have the whole rainbow? This season, stock up on lustrous and pearlized pieces made up of shades that shift with each new view.
TREND NO. 5: LUXE TEXTILES
Strike it rich: Opt for furniture in sumptuous fabrics like velvet and (faux) leather for a touch of opulence in your living space.
TREND NO. 6: DEEP GREEN
No need to be envious—you, too, can fill your home with the rich emerald hue that evokes feelings of greenery and the serenity of nature.
TREND NO. 7: HIGH-CONTRAST WALL ART
Think of your home as a museum—with you the sole curator—and fill it with bold, statement-making prints you get to appreciate every day. Plus, adding art is an easy, low-lift way to instantly update a space.
TREND NO. 8: CURVES AHEAD
Caution: Rounded silhouettes have entered the conversation. Take the trend for a test drive with pieces that cut all the corners.
TREND NO. 9: FLUTED ACCENTS
Get in the groove with this season’s textured pieces. Whether on accent pieces or standout furnishings, they’ll add a fun extra dimension to your decor.