Dramatic florals were everywhere, but most notably in large billowing fabrics.
From drapery and wallcovering to club chairs and pillows, this look was a show front-runner.
These intense hues can be a lot to take on, so start small with a throw blanket or chair to start.
This is a great color choice for any palette, and it ties into that jewel-tone trend we mentioned earlier.
We left the event with a wellspring of inspiration after spotting these exciting new trends.
Deep, dark walls painted in rich charcoal and matte black, accented by lush honey tones and cream accents, created a dramatic look.
High Point Market featured plenty of furnishings and decor items that repeated the trend on a smaller scale, with glossy black elements and golden hardware and textiles.
Florals are always on point, but the market was flooded with heavily saturated, big-blossomed flourishes with lots of contrast.
You’ll even see subway tile popping up in restrooms in restaurants and other public spaces, Maykut says. Removable handheld showerheads If you have a tub/shower combo, a handheld showerhead is key to your relaxation experience.Say hello instead to the crisp cleanliness of the ultra-modern white and gray.Try dark gray and white tile on the floor, brushed nickel fixtures, light gray walls and white tile in the bathtub or shower area for a sleek look.If you’re planning a bathroom redesign or remodel in 2017, there’s a whole new set of trends to pay attention to.This year, bathroom design is all about simplicity, says Joe Maykut, director of product management for Sears Home Improvement.It all started when Mandi Johnson wanted to freshen up the look of the kitchen in her ranch-style home in Caton, Ohio.With a budget of ,000, she knew she wouldn’t be able to make any actual renovations, so she focused on small things that would make a big impact.She set about painting her cabinets — and the outcome is stunning.“My main goal was to brighten and modernize the space, yet using most of what was already there," Johnson, 32, told TODAY Home.To stay within her budget, Johnson sanded and painted the cabinets and installed the brand-new countertops herself.“I recommend splurging on countertops and hardware, as those are the elements that really add a sense of quality to a space,” said Johnson.We always see jewel tones in design, but this season we’re seeing heavily textured pieces with vibrant gemstone coloration.Think fuchsia velvet ottomans and multitoned boucle fabric on accent chairs — even a rich emerald-green tufted couch.