• Sarah Nantel

8 TOP HOME DECOR TRENDS THIS YEAR YOU WILL WANT TO KNOW ABOUT


Does anyone else really love decorating as much as I do? Whenever I'm bored in the house (and I'm in the house bored), my go-to is to redecorate areas of my home. Of course, this also means spending time researching home decor trends to see what catches my eye! Below are some of my favourite finds!



Sustainable Materials


This one should come as no surprise as more and more people strive for eco-friendly lifestyles; homes, clothes and products. I personally love natural fibre rugs, pillows, bed linen and accents. Not only do I love the lack of chemicals in each item but the environmental impact is important to our family.


A blush pink duvet and pillow cases on a modern bed.

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Blush, white, eggplant and gold sustainable pillow.

Sustainable cream and beige blanket with abstract print.

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Vintage Accents


Vintage accents have been popping up everywhere lately. Whether its distressed furniture or woven baskets artfully placed on the wall, reduce, reuse and recycle is a fantastic trend we all need right now!


A vintage brown dresser with some distressing beside a bed in a modern home.

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A living room with some vintage baskets hanging on the wall, a wool cream rug on. the floor and some natural wood tables.

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Floral and Bold Wallpaper


Wallpaper has definitely come a long way and is making quite the comeback! Are you on the wallpaper train? I used to be a little nervous when it came to putting anything bold in my house, but I have to say that these floral wallpapers are stunning! And wallpaper nowadays can be easily put up and taken down. So, if you're like me and feared wallpaper before, it's time to take the plunge and use these stunning designs to take your rooms to the next level.


A little girls bedroom with floral wallpaper, pink shelves, a hanging swing and a a large cozy bed.

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A floral wall behind a white bed and bed side tables with purple pillows.

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Board and Batten


This trend is a great way to finish those awkward spaces in your home. Sometimes a splash of colour just doesn't cut it and you need a little extra. Board and batten is the way to go! I love that you can get creative with this trend; on ceilings, wainscotting, entire walls etc. It's a great way to make your home look upgraded and custom.


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Rattan and Wicker


Long thought of as an outdoor trend, rattan and wicker have made their way indoors. The versatile look that this trend brings can balance modern and traditional styles. The right piece can add detail in your space without adding visual weight while still looking refined and casual.


A set of rattan chairs outside on a lush patio with some boho throw pillows.

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A floral rattan bed frame with some gold, blush and mustard linens in a little girls room with blush walls.

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Rattan and wicker dining chairs around a white dining table under a vintage chandelier.

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Green


Subtle colours create such a calming mood in the home and I feel that's a must, especially if you have kids, haha! Now, more than ever, people are wanting to bring the outdoors in. They want to connect back to nature and this beautiful muted-moss hue is perfect!


The front entrance door of a white home painted green with some black hardware.

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A little boys room with a dark green feature wall done with board and batten behind a black metal frame bed. .

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Matte Black Finishes


Matte Black is all the craze right now and I'm loving it. All of my hardware in my house is matte black and I find it's a great way to add a simple statement. I love the modern and minimalist look these finishes bring to a home.


A bold black and white tile fireplace with a wood mantel in the middle of two white chairs in a living room.

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A modern bathroom with black accents, light wood cabinets, marble countertops and rectangular mirrors.

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A white kitchen with black hardware and a moroccan style rug.

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Less is More


If you love a modern home like I do this trend is key. I like to start by looking at what I have out in each room. Anything that feels cluttered or non essential can be removed. I of course keep a few decorative items I love, but not a ton of them. I truly love decorating with plants! You want pieces that will stand the test of time so buying quality over quantity is important.


A modern dining room with large black windows, a tall plant in a basket and a mid century style dining table and chairs.

A white built in shelf styled with a few modern vases, baskets and books.

A modern living room with a white stone fireplace styled with some minimal white chairs, a brown leather sofa and a grey ottoman beneath a round chandelier.

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Which trend is your favourite or least favourite? Let me know below if you have another awesome trend I would love!


A modern bathroom with light wood cabinets, marble countertops and black fixtures.

A scalloped rattan chair with a boho pillow sitting in a living room.

A modern with neutrals linens in front of a pink board and batten wall.

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