Fall Forecast Trends to Jump on and to Avoid
Making your home a better place to live in is an ongoing battle. Every season comes with new trends and new possibilities for change. It’s hard to keep up with all of them (or even pretty impossible), and – you shouldn’t. Some might be tempting and exciting on paper but won’t work for you and your home. So, let’s review some fall forecast trends to jump on and to avoid so that you can make a better decision for yourself.
The floorplan with an open concept
This current trend in house renovation and remodeling makes the most of the space you already have in your home. It’s great because you don’t have to extend it or build more. It is quite typical in older houses to have rooms separated by walls into the living and dining areas, as well as the kitchen. Taking down the walls that separate rooms in your home will give the impression that the house is much larger and more spacious than it really is.
Should you avoid or jump on it?
This trend is great for making an up-to-date modern concept in your home. If you are a single person or have a lot of space in the property in contrast to the number of persons living there – it’s perfect, and you should try it out. However, if your family is large in number, you might want to think about this through. The open floor concept is excellent and modern, but additional walls guarantee more privacy for each member of the large family.
Pure-white design is the controversial one
Ever since the world went crazy for it in 2019, the trend of using all-white design has been gradually gaining pace, especially with millennials. We firmly believe that it will continue to be popular for some time to come, especially this fall. However, this trend is kind of controversial in the industry. There are two currents – people who are obsessed with it and those who are intimidated by it. But, if you don’t quite like blinding whites all over your house, you can always break up the monotony of the design by using neutrals and splashes of color, which can make it seem less threatening. Overall, this is one of the fall forecast trends that will not go out of style soon, so you don’t have to decide now.
It can be a big difference
If your home is a colorful playground, it can be a bit of a challenge to shift it to a whole white thing. You may have to send your favorite furniture far away. In truth, it can be a daunting task, and you will probably need to consult some long-distance movers for help. When you decide what can’t be painted white and has to go, pros can handle the transfer and all the hard lifting so you can focus on making the best all-white design possible.
Is all-white yay or nay for you?
Let’s be clear – a clear white design is definitely a stunning statement in every interior. If you want your home to appear bold, obscenely expensive, and just a splash of bourgeois – go for it. However, keep in mind that this design is very hard to maintain. You would be surprised to find all the things that can stain your beautiful white walls. And let’s not even start with the difficulties you would face in case you have a toddler and a pack of crayons. The harsh truth is, even if you want it very much, if you are a parent of small kids, you should sit this one out.
Green and sustainable
Even though the flowers are starting to wither, ecological awareness is only beginning to bloom. The leaves on trees will turn brown, but the fall forecast for trends in remodeling is greener than ever. Botanical motifs are making a glorious comeback in home design. It can be seen on anything from wall coverings and paintings to remodeled features in bathrooms. Prints depicting flowers and other plants provide a cheery link between our indoor spaces and the natural world outside. Of course, it’s important to follow the rules of sustainability:
- reuse materials as much as possible
- choose things that are built to last
- avoid fast fashion
- make sure everything is energy efficient
Should you go green?
This is pretty much one of the most convenient options. Being considerate to the environment is a virtue we will always encourage. Also, the green color is proven to be psychologically calming and relaxing. With all this fuss and chaos in the world, it can be nice to have something like that in your home. However, even if you are not fond of the idea of green in your space, you can always turn to other parts of going green. Make the design in whatever color you like; just make sure it is sustainable. It will count in the end.
Some other fall forecast trends to jump on and to avoid
Besides the mentioned trends, some experts have predicted the comeback of the 70s designs throughout the year. Whether you’ll jump on it or not depends on how much exactly you like boho style and vibe. Also, the battle between rustic and contemporary is always ‘in’, and this fall won’t be an exception. You can jump on either one of them or decide to remodel your property in a mixture of two styles. Whatever your design decision is, there is undoubtedly room to bring some smart tech gadgets to it and bring remodeling to a whole nother level.
The possibilities are endless. After all, you don’t really have to keep up with trends, nor to follow our advice. When you’re exploring these fall forecast trends to jump on and to avoid, the most important thing is how you fit in that picture. Even more so – how good that picture fits with you? If you don’t like any of these, we’ll always encourage you to set your creativity free and start a new trend maybe. When in doubt about the execution of your ideas, we’ll be waiting for your call.
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