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.
Unless you aim for a “Zig-Zag Candy Wrapper” vibe in your living room, it’s time to retire the Chevron prints.
Overexposed brick walls, Edison bulbs, and metal stools were once the epitome of cool – now they just leave us cold.
“Live, Laugh, Love” – we get it. But unless it’s a hand-painted masterpiece, the word art takes up valuable wall space.
Uniformity is out, folks! Mix and match to create a dynamic, exciting living space.
They were all the rage in the 90s, but now, options like quartz or marble add a more modern touch to your kitchen.
Unless you’re going for a stalactite cave ambiance, it’s time to scrape off that popcorn ceiling.
While a trip to Italy sounds lovely, bringing Tuscan-style kitchen décor into 2022 – not so much.
A little subtlety goes a long way, folks.
These are a no-no unless you live in a 1970s detective movie. Opt for curtains or roller shades instead.