8 Top Interior Design Trends (& Where to Find Them Locally)

While designers warn that trends can go as quickly as that come, there are some emerging styles that have a timeless feel and are here to stay. Thanks to the experts at TWO for Home, we’ve uncovered some top interior design trends that will likely be around for some time. Filled with finds that can elevate any space, TWO for Home is a reliable resource for furniture and décor. Owner Kristen Holscher points to trends, from acrylic furnishings to coral accents, that are approachable in style and price point. She has an unmatched eye for design, so listen up as she points out eight top interior design trends worth incorporating in your home.

8 Interior Design Trends to Try Today

Trend: Acrylic Furnishings

A surprisingly versatile trend, acrylic can work in every space, no matter your style. “The look is clean and modern,” Kristen explains. “Acrylic furnishings give architectural structure without taking up visual space, which is especially important in smaller spaces.”

Acrylic accents are gaining traction among homeowners, and we don’t see the trend disappearing any time soon. Add whimsy to your design with these acrylic pieces.

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Coffee table with live edge top and acrylic legs, $412

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Acrylic nesting tables, $1,103

Trend: Florals

A standby spring trend, florals bring the beauty of the season inside. This year, according to Kristen, you’ll see florals in exaggerated proportions and contrasting colors. Incorporating the trend through fabrics and wallpapers creates focal points without overwhelming the design. The powder room is a perfect place to play with wallpaper.

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Wallpaper, price upon request

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Fabric, price upon request

fabric — interior design trends

Fabric, price upon request

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The Collected Nest pillows, $64-$74 each

Trend: Layers of Texture

Heed the advice of Kristen and “usher in interesting touches to your décor with a mixture of textures that make you want to reach out, touch and explore. More is more when it comes to mixing finishes and textures.”

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Faux shagreen nesting coffee table, $1,705; antiqued bone box, $86; cast aluminum bowl, $82; pearl basket weave tray, $68; bone graphic box, $175; beige shagreen box with brass detail, $175

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Zebra patterned stools, $435

Trend: Matte Black Finishes

According to Kristen, matte black is making an appearance in many interior finishes, especially in kitchens and baths. The trend can be easily incorporated in your décor, too. “Softer than a glossy black, which may appear harsh, matte black is a welcomed addition to many design schemes,” she explains.

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Matte black mid-century modern task lamps, $108, $172, $180

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Classic gold pairs perfectly with matte black.

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Empire leather stools with nailheads (and storage!), $95

Trend: Wood Tones

This year, expect to see mixed finishes and modern wood tones that invite interest and add a contemporary touch. “Sleek, modern woods and finishes have a fresher look,” Kristen says of the growing trend. Don’t be afraid to turn to larger pieces that make a statement, such as a console with brushed brass and black finishes or a two-tiered console in faux burled wood.

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Console with wood, brushed brass and black finishes, $2,409

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Two-tiered burled wood console, $1,650

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An up-close look at the detailing and character that imitates the natural grains in burled wood

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Burled wood side tables, $1,098

Trend: Living Coral

Pantone’s color of the year “living coral” has quickly made its way into fashion and interior design. “This color’s sunny disposition adds a ‘pop’ and cheers up any room,” Kristen says, explaining the attraction to the bright and playful color. If you aren’t ready to paint your walls coral, start with a pillow or piece of furniture to tiptoe into the trend.

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LEE chair, available in a variety of fabrics; call for options and pricing

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The Collected Nest linen pillows, $74 each

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Selection of LEE fabrics, pricing upon request

Trend: Geometric Patterns

Geometric patterns provide a bold touch that brings in life and warmth. Patterns can make a big statement when applied to a space through rugs, tile and wallpapers, or smaller accents, such as lamps, pillows and stools. Try bringing pattern into a minimalist design for a more contemporary application of the trend.

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Cream ceramic lamp with tribal design, $379

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Woven outdoor stools, $300

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Rugs, available in various sizes

Trend: Natural Elements

Fresh, natural elements offer a sense of serenity, thanks to their organic makeup. The appeal of natural materials started with wood and exposed brick but has since expanded to concrete, rock and stone. Despite their simplistic nature, these elements have a sophisticated edge.

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Table lamp with concrete and brushed gold/brass, $197

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Blue agate table with brushed gold pin legs, $248

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Lighted table, $495

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Agate table with metal base, $225

Finally, avoid being too trendy by pairing these pieces with traditional décor to create a clean, balanced design. Most importantly, enjoy your space!

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