10 Outdated Trends Interior Designers Beg You to Ditch Now

Accent Walls

People used to think accent walls were a great way to make a room look unique, but now they're seen as bland. If you want to add a splash of color, think about making the whole room look like it belongs together.

Chevron Prints

Unless you aim for a “Zig-Zag Candy Wrapper” vibe in your living room, it’s time to retire the Chevron prints.

Industrial Design

Overexposed brick walls, Edison bulbs, and metal stools were once the epitome of cool – now they just leave us cold.

Word Art

“Live, Laugh, Love” – we get it. But unless it’s a hand-painted masterpiece, the word art takes up valuable wall space.

Matching Furniture Sets

Uniformity is out, folks! Mix and match to create a dynamic, exciting living space.

Granite Countertops

They were all the rage in the 90s, but now, options like quartz or marble add a more modern touch to your kitchen.

Popcorn Ceilings

Unless you’re going for a stalactite cave ambiance, it’s time to scrape off that popcorn ceiling.

Tuscan-Style Kitchens

While a trip to Italy sounds lovely, bringing Tuscan-style kitchen décor into 2022 – not so much.

Overdone Themed Rooms

A little subtlety goes a long way, folks.

Vertical Blinds

These are a no-no unless you live in a 1970s detective movie. Opt for curtains or roller shades instead.

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