Hot Design Trends for 2010: What's In and What's Out?
Jackson Design & Remodeling's Award-Winning Design Team Shares this Year's Hottest Trends in Home Design
(March 3, 2010 -San Diego, Calif.) --- Jackson Design & Remodeling and its team of award-winning designers reveal the Top Design Trends for 2010. Whether you're looking for a fresh new paint color or embarking on a full remodel, this year, the emphasis is on eclectic individual expression. There are no "rules" - pick and choose your favorites and make them your own. Here's what our professional designers see on the horizon:
Colors: Purple and turquoise are brightening spaces as accents and decorative elements. Pantone, the world's color authority for 45 years, named turquoise 2010's "Color of the Year." Another trend is the emergence of gray as the new neutral. Gray replaces beige in this role, appearing in both warm and cool tones, sometimes paired with bold oranges, yellows or greens.
Fixtures: When it comes to fixtures for the bath, warm antique gold eclipses shiny chrome for 2010.
Countertops: Natural stone, polished and/or honed, is a popular new choice. Quartz is also a standout, as are "green" materials such as Vetrazzo, made from recycled glass. On its way out? Tile.
Cabinetry: Highly organized cabinetry with easy access to necessities is a trend in clean contemporary or traditional designs. White finishes are in vogue, as are mixed finishes with a variety of woods, including raw and textured.
Flooring: Natural stone and porcelain tile will be the flooring of choice for many homes in 2010.
Bathrooms: The trend for spa-like bathrooms deepens, with elements such as jetted, air bubble, or soaking tubs, multiple body spray showers and chromatherapy, all powered by smart technology that allows a change of atmosphere with the touch of a button.
"Adapting trends to your own personality is what makes a home feel both fresh and timeless," said Tatiana Machado-Rosas, JDR Senior Designer. "When you're considering a remodel, it's always a good idea to do some research about the latest directions in design to see which feel right for you."
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