Interior Design Trends
Even though design trends come and go, staying on-trend helps give your home a fresh, stylish feel. Our experts’ advice will help you define your personal style, and translate it to your home. They’ve got their thumb on the pulse of interior design trends which will help you find the best way to update your home this year.
Updating your home with 2017 interior design trends will give it a stylish, modern, and like-new feel. In terms of design, this year has been the year of bold. Big patterns, deep colors, and unique materials describe the style of 2017. Navy began to phase out, replaced with a deep green. Exciting, unique materials like cork have come into play, too. Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming interior design trends.
Another year has come and gone and that means many of us have committed to yet another new year’s resolution. While some might stick to the more traditional promises of losing weight, eating healthier, or traveling more often, we resolve to help our customers and community make the most of the space in their homes. To get a [...]
Even if you don’t consider yourself the next Martha Stewart, everyone has their own personal flair. At Next Day Blinds, we recognize that there are dozens of different decorating styles and we’re always here to help you craft the perfect setting. Take our interior design quiz to identify the look that best embodies [...]
When decorating a room, many homeowners focus on the obvious style points – the wall color, the furniture, the flooring, and those added bits of decor, such as paintings, nick-nacks, etc. One major element is often undervalued: window treatments. However, “not all shades are created equal,” writes Jess McBride, a custom [...]
Top 5 Interior Design Predictions for 2017 As that crazy roller coaster ride known as 2016 comes to an end, we begin to look forward to the new year and new design trends. So, what’s hot and what’s not in the world of interior design? Defined Living Spaces According to Lauren Macer of Sisalla Interior Design, open floor plans [...]
If a home is beautifully designed, but never revealed to the public, there may be less joy in the art of decorating. Social media plays a big role in how we share the details of our lives and capturing the perfect photo can greatly increase the positive feedback you get for your creative efforts. For many bloggers, crafters, designers, [...]
Aside from providing ample natural light, your windows also serve another purpose – aesthetic appeal. They are an often-overlooked, yet still incredibly important aspect of interior design. When built out properly, your windows can greatly enhance the visual appeal of any room, adding style, sophistication, texture, and [...]
Patterns are back according to multiple interior design experts. It’s time to start incorporating some character into your décor to give your living room, dining room, or any room that wow factor. However, decorating with patterns can sometimes be difficult. Too little and you make little to no difference. Too much and you run [...]
The Oval Office in the West Wing of the White House holds a special place in Americans’ hearts. Though very few of us have stepped foot in the president’s lair, the spacious room plays a major role in the day-to-day happenings of the country’s most important decision-makers. The American public knows the space best from seeing it [...]
Theodore Roosevelt. William McKinley. William Howard Taft. Window treatments. What do these all have in common? Each was a pretty big deal in the early 1900s. McKinley was President of the United States from 1897 to 1901, Teddy Roosevelt from 1901 to 1909, and Taft from 1909 to 1913. Each helped shape this great nation of ours in his own [...]
A blank window is like an unfinished painting. It’s a blank canvas waiting for your artistic flair. “Add a window covering like shades, blinds or shutters and you suddenly have privacy, control over the amount of sunlight that fills the area, and a better-looking room,” says Plummer Clagett. It’s what we like to call a win-win: visual [...]