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Publication Date: 2016-01-05

Design Insights

Top Designers Share Trends to Watch For in 2016

From organic lighting to dramatic finishes, top interiors designers share with us their predictions for the home design looks that will be popular in 2016.

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"Pieces made with organic materials bring nature inside the home in a way that’s fresh for 2016. In particular, light fixtures that incorporate rock crystal, quartz or other natural elements, such as this chandelier made with agate, add a raw, earthy feel that’s stunningly luminous." - Annette English, Annette English & Associates

"I'm loving steel windows and doors that are appearing on home exteriors, shower enclosures and elsewhere in the home. The edgy, vintage steel factory windows inset into the tower between this kitchen and dining room add a structural, urban appeal that’s undeniably hip in modern homes." - Ryan Brown, Brown Design Group

"Natural elements, like branches, leaves and trees, are being mixed with classic geometric forms for a fresh, contemporary feel that envokes a livable luxury." - Douglas Design Studio

"Natural materials used in dramatic fashion will continue to be a popular trend, like in this bedroom, where the headboard was made from a piece of naturally fallen wood on the property." - Mark Cutler, Mark Cutler Design

"We're seeing a return to dramatic elegance with polished surfaces and details. This bathroom has it all with Paonazzo marble walls, a burnished cast iron tub, and nickel detailing." - Liederbach + Graham, Architects

"Decadence will be everywhere! In particular, furnishings gilded, embellished and detailed with finishes that are a mix of textures, high-gloss lacquers and dramatic colors." - Donna Hall, Donna Mondi Interior Design

"I see the return of reflective surfaces that have a certain patina. Antique mirror, mercury glass, crackled and bubbled glass effects are in—nothing too perfect or too new looking." - Gil Walsh, Gil Walsh Interiors

"The 'hot' rooms in 2016 will definitely be children’s play/craft rooms and breakfast nooks. People are less afraid of decor now—they want what they want. An unsettled world makes people want things cozy and warm and places to connect with family and friends face to face rather than on devices." - Lydia Marks and Lisa Frantz, Marks & Frantz

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