The Best Interior Design Trends of The 2010's - Cutting Edge Countertops
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The 2010s are coming to an end, and what a decade it was for interior design. Some trends came and went, but others are here to stay. Let’s reminisce on some of the biggest and most memorable interior design trends of the past decade!

Chevron

Who doesn’t remember this iconic zigzag pattern? It was practically everywhere throughout the 2010s! This pattern was incorporated into rugs, pillows, bedding and sometimes even paint. Chevron fabrics often featured bold colors to add even more pop to the eye-catching pattern.

Ombre

This gradual color changing design brought dimension and depth to walls, furniture and home accessories. Accent walls and DIY dip-dyed fabric projects were a few favorite ways people embraced the new look. Ombre also made it’s appearacne in the beauty space too and was insporated into nail are as well as hair treatments.

Matte Black

Matte black became popular toward the end of the decade as more retailers began to offer products in this soft finish. The matte black color was available for metal finishes on kitchen appliances, as well as paint used for walls, cabinetry and furniture.

Boho Decor

This bungalow style boomed with popularity in the 2010s. It’s wild, bold and colorful elements was a contrast to the minimalistic modern designs which were also popular throughout the decade. Tapestry wall hangings, tropical houseplants, and bold print wallpapers feature heavily in these lively spaces.

Modern Farmhouse

Shiplap, exposed beams, barns doors, and farmhouse sinks were some of the top interior design elements in the 2010s. This all stemmed from the popular modern farmhouse decor style. This style introduced cozy and warm spaces that created a welcoming environment with hints of mid-century elements.

Colorful Kitchens

In the 2010s we saw the decline of the all-white kitchen. The trend of incorporating pops of color into the kitchen began to take hold during the decade and is predicted to continue. It brings personality to a space that is thought of to be the heart of the home. Cabinetry and islands are are popular places to add splashes of color. So if you are planning a 2020 kitchen renovation and are looking for a way to create a unique space, try a colorful kitchen island or range!

Now that we have taken a walk down memory lane, what was one of your favorite design trends?

We are excited and look forward to what trends this next decade will bring to the world of interior design!