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The top 5 wallpaper mistakes your clients must avoid at all costs

Before your seller starts a mini-renovation or your buyer makes plans for a fixer-upper, here are the top wallpaper crimes they absolutely mustn't commit.
Tags: Design, Lifestyle, Wallpaper, Radio, Painting Tips, Home Design, Design Mistakes, Design Fails, Design Trends, Select, Realtor.com, The Spruce, 2020 Design Trends


Unsure How to Select Artwork? An Expert Weighs in With Some Tips

They say that it’s the little things that make all the difference, and that’s definitely the case when it comes to putting those final, finishing touches on a space — like selecting (and hanging!) artwork. It’s typically one of the last items on a to-do list after completing a renovation or a recent move, but […]
Tags: Design, Interior Design, Design Trends, More Dirt


10 Plunge-Ready Celebrity Pools Where We’d Love to Lounge

Fall may be in full swing, but we’re still thinking about lazy days of poolside lounging — ideally with a cocktail or two in hand. And, even though they’ve become an icon of wealth and luxury that reflect the latest design trends or an interest in health and fitness, that wasn’t always the case. Swimming […]
Tags: Design, Architecture, Design Trends, More Dirt


Tutorial Tuesday: Full Gradient Color Overlay

Have you ever found yourself creating a PowerPoint really wishing you had gone to art school? You are not alone! In fact, 99% of Americans do not possess professional design skills. If you’re always searching for another tool for your arsenal, you can play around with full gradient color overlays and see how those might spice up your slides. When might these be appropriate, you may ask? The most common uses for a full gradient color overlay in Powerpoint are for title slides and when using photo...
Tags: Design, Uncategorized, Inspiration, Tutorial, How To, Tips, Powerpoint, Visuals, Presentation, Slideshare, Color Design, Speaking, Don, Presentation Science, Presentation Design, Design Trends


A Jaw-Dropping Frank Lloyd Wright House for Under a Million Dollars? Yes, It Exists

If someone were to ask the average layperson to name a famous American architect, chances are Frank Lloyd Wright is the first name that comes to mind. Born in 1867, he had established himself as a pioneering architect by the turn of the twentieth century as he shifted away from the Classical designs and ornamentation […]
Tags: Chicago, Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright, Design Trends, Frank Lloyd Wright House, More Dirt, Real Estate Listings


Take A Peek Inside These Celebrity Home Offices

As we’ve moved well into month six (or is it now seven?) of the pandemic, it’s become clear that home offices are not a fleeting trend, but rather a a regular staple of many homes — especially for those in the entertainment industry. With that in mind, we couldn’t help wonder what their home offices […]
Tags: Design, Home Office, Interior Design, Entertainers, Design Trends, More Dirt


3 Essential Ways Packaging Design Will Change Because of Covid-19

Product packaging - always an unsung hero - has developed an even more vital role in the Covid-19 world. Here's how you can evolve your packaging.
Tags: Design, Sales, Package Design, Design Trends


The New Unsuburban Kitchen Booth, 10 Favorites

Recently, we identified the kitchen booth as a trend to watch. Defined as an L- or U-shaped banquette or two facing benches (think 1950s diner), the new kitchen booth is on the rise. Here are our current favorites. Above: An L-shaped booth in oil-finished white oak by designers Space Exploration from Kitchen of the Week: An Ikea Kitchen with an Elegant Upper Cabinet Solution. Above: A corner booth is created from a built-in bench and partial glass wall by architectural designers Studio Oink in...
Tags: Books, London, Matthew Williams, Washington Dc, House, Oakland, Copenhagen, Wood, Marin, Kitchens, Oakland California, Dusseldorf Germany, Architecture & Interiors, Dark Wood, Design Trends, Trend Alert


7 Advertising Design Trends In 2020

In 2020, we are witnessing the beginning of a new era in advertising design, and big changes in trends. Advertising design is more than poised to reach new heights as design professionals begin to redefine a new way of creating display advertising. There is a feeling that anything is possible, that we are about to witness the next evolution of advertising design as we know it today. Although it may take a while for what is really to come, the main trends in advertising design or display ads can...
Tags: Startups, Advertising, Others, Ultra, Design Trends


11 Zero-Cost Room-Changing Ideas

Renovating your home can be a time-consuming and expensive process (I should know; I’ve been slowly working on my 1880s house outside Boston for years now). But you’d be surprised by how easy it is to refresh a room with just a few simple tweaks. I was reminded of this fact a few weeks ago when I volunteered to help a friend get her house ready for a party. Ostensibly, I was on hand to make the flower arrangements, but I couldn’t resist the urge to move a few things here and there. Before I knew...
Tags: Books, Budget, Sweden, Boston, Maine, Paris, Ikea, Belgium, John, Diy Projects, Da Vinci, Rod, Sheila, Herriott Grace, Home Inspiration, Design Trends


Trend Alert: Sunny Yellow Kitchens, 10 Favorites

Noticed and admired of late: bright-spot kitchens in shades of turmeric, mustard, and marigold. Here are 10 standouts ranging in style from urban contemporary to vintage beach cottage, all accented in invitingly warm and sunny—and decidedly not mellow—yellows. Above: Interior designer Lonika Chande painted this new kitchen in multiple coats of Paper & Paint Library’s “Indian yellow” Muga in a glossy finish. See the project in A London Designer’s Remodel for a Demanding Client (Her Mother). Phot...
Tags: Books, UK, London, Matthew Williams, NYC, La, US, South London, Copenhagen, Cape Cod, Benjamin Moore, Kitchens, Yellow, East Village, Interior, Justine


6 Big Trends Shaping Product Design in 2020

More than ever, today’s consumers want the newest technologies. And, increasingly, they’re willing to pay more for those technologies. But, they also want products that are environmentally responsible. And they increasingly want to buy products from authentic, relatable brands that share the dominant cultural values of our time. Businesses that…
Tags: Design, Sales, Product Design, Design Trends


The 9 Biggest Packaging Design Trends of 2020

Are you giving your packaging design the attention it deserves? You may have an awesome product. But, it’s your packaging that does the selling. That’s why packaging design and package graphics are too vital to be overlooked, thrown together, or left to grow outdated. Your product packaging is on the front line of every product sale. Potential…
Tags: Design, Sales, Color, Graphic Design, Package Design, Design Trends


Trend Alert: Piped Pillows of All Hues (Plus Nine to Buy)

Noticed the past few weeks: throw pillows with pretty, prominent piping, both two-tone and monochrome. From Zara Home to CB2, every design shop and retailer out there seems to have its own version; then I spotted on Instagram that Remodelista fave Evangeline Linens debuted their new collection at NY Now this week. Among the new wares? Velvet pillows with contrasting piping. Here are a handful of piped pillows I’ve been admiring, eager to add to my couch, and bed, and armchair… Above: Zara Home’...
Tags: Books, Abc, France, Anthropologie, Design Trends, Trend Alert, Velvet, Pillows & Cushions, Zara Home, NY Now, Product Discoveries, Perigold, Evangeline Linens, Adelina Slub Velvet Pillow, Maison de Vacances Royal Velvet Pillow, Round Velvet Cushions Colorful Pillows Inspired


Modern Looks for Art Ledges

Art is one thing every home needs, and it’s one of the very best ways to personalize your space! Displaying meaningful paintings, prints, and photographs is an expression of your favorite things and clues visitors in to your unique aesthetic. Gallery walls have been popular for years, they always look great, but the art ledge offers something a little different. Art ledges are a linear display, gallery walls are a grid. Art ledges conveys a clean and minimalist look due to the singular line crea...
Tags: Crafts, Etsy, Inspiration, In, Chris, Design + Decorating Articles, Design Trends, Style Files, Rowe Station Woodworks, Angela Rose Home Art


3 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Graphic Designer

Hiring a graphic designer can be a great decision. Whether that designer is helping with a logo, marketing materials, or presentation graphics, he or she can take your visual communication to the next level. But how do you know if you are hiring a good one? After you’ve checked out the design portfolios of a few candidates, it’s time to narrow the field. We suggest using the following three questions to guide you toward the right designer. 1. Do You Know and Follow the Trends? In recent years,...
Tags: Abc, Uncategorized, Marketing, Designer, Ibm, Graphic Design, Logo, Rand, Logo Design, Speaking, Visual Communication, Paul Rand, Marketing Tips, Design Trends, Marketing Materials, Presentation Graphics


Five Design Trends Set To Dominate 2020: What SMBs Need To Know

by Pamela Webber, Chief Operating Officer at 99designs For a startup entrepreneur or small business owner, staying on top of the hottest trends in the design world is probably pretty far down the priority list. However, remaining current with your brand and all the assets used to communicate with your customers is a critical factor in success for a young and growing company. After all, the right brand image can help attract customers, while an outdated or amateur look to your website, logo or p...
Tags: Startups, Design, US, Mozilla Firefox, CPG, Business Operations, Professionalisms, Design Trends, Pamela Webber, Pamela Webb


Reasons Behind Cadillac Emblem ‘Controversy’ Finally Explained

Cadillac’s recent decision to move its corporate emblem to the top of the grille was, apparently, a very controversial move. While older models carried the badge dead center, current models have allowed the symbol to creep nearer to the hood latch. We failed to notice any riots in the streets over the change, but Cadillac Society […] The post Reasons Behind Cadillac Emblem ‘Controversy’ Finally Explained appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, General Motors, Editorials, Gm, Autos, Cadillac, News Blog, Automotive Design, Design Trends, Automotive Trends, Emblems, Automotive Style, Badging, Cadillac Society


4 simple ways to upgrade your office for the new year

Improve your productivity and boost your mood by making four simple changes such as switching your lightbulbs and incorporating plants.
Tags: Productivity, Radio, Agent, Agents, Design Tips, Real Estate Agents, Home Offices, Design Trends, Select, Office Design


Top of the Class: Vintage-Style School Chairs Are Having a Moment

Today’s lesson: school chairs. We’ve been spotting vintage French-style wood-and-metal versions everywhere the past few years, from Paris apartments to a holiday house in the Netherlands. But when we spotted them in the interiors of It-restaurant Gertie in New York, we knew they were officially trending. Here are a few of our favorite uses of school chairs in interiors from the Remodelista archives. Take a seat; class is about to begin. Above: Uniform cream powder-coated chairs make for a par...
Tags: Books, New York, London, France, San Francisco, Maine, Paris, Netherlands, Chairs, Provence, Luberon, Gertie, World of Interiors, LSL, Southwest France, Antiques & Vintage


7 Tile Trends to Watch in 2019

Visit Italy, and you’ll find yourself admiring cathedrals and cafés alike showcasing decorative tiled floors, or tiled walls beautiful enough to act as art installations. Here in the US, however, we tend to restrict our use of tile to our most hardworking rooms—kitchens and baths—where we rely on their utility. But why shouldn’t we install ceramic tile all over our homes? The same characteristics that make tile an easy choice for backsplashes and tub surrounds lend themselves just as well to flo...
Tags: Books, US, Italy, Vita, Italian, Sassuolo, Sponsored Post, Tiles, Mediterranean Sea, Frida Kahlo, Cotto, Agostino, Vanity, Design Trends, Yves Klein, Subway Tiles


Trending: Wall Murals

I’m back from my whirlwind trip to Australia! Wow, what a fun time I had! It took me a full day to acclimate, reconnect with my family, and feel mostly normal, it’s quite a long journey. Today I’m back to work! Have you noticed the growing popularity of wall murals? They’re showing up everywhere in room reveals, they’re definitely trending and arguably the cooler version of the painted accent wall that was so popular in the 2000s. Creating a scene that spans the length and height of a full wall ...
Tags: Crafts, Australia, Trends, Trendspotting, Design Trends, Style Files


The Top Design Trends for 2019

It’d be great if your creative, unique designs were consistently hot sellers, but that’s not always the case. Rather, customers tend to be enticed by seasonal or yearly trends. By embracing these fads, you can surely increase your sales opportunities. Below, we’ve reviewed some of the most anticipated trends, topics, and events of 2019. Use this information as inspiration for your next design, and you’ll ultimately see some positive results. If you’re looking for even more information on upcom...
Tags: Marketplace, Pantone, T-shirts, Design Trends, Design Inspiration


Showcase of 45 Magnificent Logo Designs With Wings

Wings and winged creatures have appeared in identity designs for centuries as part of heraldic crests, military insignias and automotive logos. They have become a symbol of prestige, strength and speed, with great examples being air force pilot badges and luxury car emblems such as Bentley or Aston Martin. Designers still make use of these symbols in their designs today, sometimes combined with modern art styles give the logo a more abstract appearance. In today’s inspiration showcase I present ...
Tags: Design, Roundup, Church, Inspiration, Articles, Bentley, Jay, Levi, Logos, Logo Design, HRO, Josh Warren, Dan Cassaro, Design Trends, Chris Meyer, Design Inspiration


A Master Class in Art Deco at the Graduate Hotel in Seattle

If you haven’t heard of Graduate Hotels, you will soon—especially if you live near a college town, have a college-age kid, or plan on attending a college reunion anytime soon. The hospitality chain—so far, 13-strong and growing—has plans to expand its empire of design-focused, campus-based hotels to 12 more locations by 2020, including a foray into the Ivy League this year with openings in Providence and New Haven. Its goal is to have a total of 100 properties in its portfolio in the next 10 yea...
Tags: Books, Paris, Ivy League, Bruce Lee, Seattle, Huskies, Providence, Art Deco, University of Washington, UW, Design News, Hotels & Lodging, Design Trends, London Hotel, Bonnemazou Cambus, Graduate Hotel


New Directions: 11 Interiors Trends for 2019

Our annual interiors trend alert roundup for 2019: British Kitchen Makers Invasion Above: Last April, bespoke cupboard makers Plain English opened up shop in Greenwich Village, NY, and the slightly less pricey company deVol (shown above, the company’s Bloomsburg Dark Shaker Cabinets) is opening a showroom at 28 Bond Street in the NoHo district of Manhattan in early 2019. Fringe-Skirted Lounge Chairs Above: Spotted everywhere lately: fringe-trimmed lounge chairs; shown above is a pai...
Tags: Books, Milan, London, La, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Ikea, New Orleans, Manhattan, Lithuania, Provence, MichoacAn, Elizabeth Roberts, Dustin Aksland, NoHo, Peter Paul


?Dress Codes: Is Anyone Still Following Them?

The millennial generation has been accused of all but killing dress codes , owing to their penchant for individuality, authenticity, and personalization. However, if you flick through business, fashion, or entertainment magazines or blogs, you will probably notice that dress codes continue to reign supreme, the only difference being that they are considerably less strict than in decades past. Whether you are wondering what to wear at the office or you have an upcoming gala and you wan...
Tags: Fashion, Events, Kylie Jenner, Dress Codes, Ryan Reynolds, Tom Ford, Gigi Hadid, Vera Wang, Lily Collins, Gala, Fashion Trends, Design Trends, Fashion Advice, Trend Alert, Spring Fashion Event, Gala Event


Trending: Suspended Kitchen Shelving

They keep popping up in my Instagram feed so I’ve come to the conclusion that suspended kitchen shelves are the new “it look” in kitchen design. This style of shelving is not attached to the wall like floating shelves, rather they are suspended from the ceiling and hang down from metal supports with glass or wood shelves added to provide open storage.     build boswell   Open shelving has been popular in kitchens for long enough to say it’s no longer a trend, the look is definitely here to stay....
Tags: Crafts, Instagram, Trends, Trendspotting, Design + Decorating Articles, Design Trends, Kitchen Design, Style Files


9 Favorites: Rooms with a Touch of the Tropical, Wallpaper Edition

On our radar lately: rooms papered in tropical leaf-print wallpaper, a far cry from tiki and more subtle than the monstera-leaf trend of a couple summers ago. Take a look at a few of our favorites, wallpaper sources included. Above: Urbane tropicana at the Hôtel Providence in Paris, where The Attic Suite is papered in Palmeral Wallpaper. Above: One of our all-time favorites: leaf-print wallpaper by French company Ananbo in one of the coolest offices we’ve seen. For a full look, see Exot...
Tags: Books, New York, Wallpaper, South Africa, Paris, Havana, Lemon, Topps, Charleston, Atlanta Georgia, Sao Paulo Brazil, Julie, Williamsburg Brooklyn, 10 Favorites, Design Trends, Gardenista


A Sea of Sameness

I returned from Europe on Friday and took a few days to rest and acclimate to the time change. It was a whirlwind trip and I experienced so much, I’ll share more of what I saw in the weeks to come. I noticed something during my trip, that the power of the internet is taking over the world of design. As we become more connected, elements of design are on exponential repeat around the globe. I was sitting in a cafe in Brussels a week ago, and it struck me how I really could have been in anywhere U...
Tags: Crafts, Europe, Usa, Pinterest, Prague, Ikea, Belgium, Airbnb, Brussels, Bruges, Design + Decorating Articles, Design Trends, Room Design, Style Files, Antewerp