5 Hot Home Decor Trends for Spring

While you’ve been quarantined in your home, spring has arrived. And while the usual outdoor festivities likely will be canceled or moved online, that doesn’t mean you can’t still appreciate the changing of the seasons inside your own house—especially when it comes to all of the new looks coming out right now.

Toward that end, Realtor.com consulted with designers from coast to coast about the hottest decor styles of the season, and here are five you surely won’t be able to live without.

1. Rustic cluster globe lighting

Why buy one new lamp when you could have three? Cluster globe lighting is popping up everywhere this season, from the bath to the dining room. Especially popular is multiple hanging lights, because they come in an abundance of shapes and sizes.

An added bonus? You don’t have to use more than one junction box, which means it can be an easy change out for any handy homeowner. Designer recommendation: this cluster pendant delivered from Amazon.

2. Classic-blue kitchen cabinetry

If you’ve paid any mind to decor trends for 2020, then you know bold is the operative word in kitchen design this year. Stealing the show: Classic-blue cabinetry, for the variety of blue hues—from turquoise to teal, aqua to dusty blue—and endless ways to incorporate the color.

Cabinetry in shades of blue also work in both traditional and modern kitchen designs, as well as in-the-middle traditional aesthetics, and they pair especially well with warm brass finishes and a crisp white backsplash. Designer recommendation: this stunning new look with Naval from Sherwin-Williams.

3. Modern natural wood bed frames

While wood bed frames aren’t necessarily new, those crafted by talented artisans are somewhat rarer and trending right now. Why are they so popular this season? Because they’re sustainable, renewable and environmentally friendly.

Wood bed frames also are “versatile, aesthetically delightful and easily match with any bedroom’s style,” says one designer. In addition, they’re great for creating comfort and warmth, as well as incorporating some organic beauty into a space. Designer recommendation: this Miri black and rattan bed from CB2 to get a modern and natural style.

4. Elegant gold wallpaper

Bold statements aren’t just for the kitchen this season, with more and more walls in designer homes being adorned in statement gold wallpaper mainly because it’s ideal for warming up interior spaces.

Gold wallpaper also adds an instant elegance, whether you’re decorating an entire room, feature wall or cabinet interior. Designer recommendation: this metallic gold removable wallpaper from Wayfair.

5. Serene neutral living rooms

Not prepared to go big in your home this season? No worries. Another major trend currently emerging is stunningly neutral living rooms, complete with soft and soothing color palettes.

The neutral rooms give homeowners the freedom to change it up very easily with pillows and other accents. Designer recommendation: this neutral wall hanging and these hand-embroidered pillow covers from Etsy.

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