Trendy Home Décor to Try This Summer
With summer comes the opportunity to perk up your home with bright seasonal décor. Here are some of this summer hottest home design trends, brought to you by the trusted Carrollton flooring and design experts at Carpet Mills of America.
If you’ve been thinking about using a bold new color in your home, summer is the ideal time to do it. Vibrant paint colors are the perfect way to celebrate the warm season, and the abundance of natural light really puts it on display. If you’re not sold on painting the walls and changing the entire look of a room, try an area rug or colorful drapes.
Both on the runway and in the home, billowy floral prints are en vogue again. Colorful floral prints are a classic way to add the vibrancy of summer to your home. Try accenting a wall with floral wallpaper or adding an attractive statement piece like a couch with floral print upholstery.
Raffia evokes images of faraway tropical islands and hammocks, and this year it’s made its way into designers’ hearts. Evoke the beach getaway spirit with raffia throw pillows, side tables, place mats, and chairs.
Playful Technicolor stripes are another summery trend to try out in 2016 because multiple colors can drive out the dreariness of the cooler months. You can find these stripes in items like bookshelves, vases, dinnerware, and also in abstract wall art.
If Technicolor isn’t your thing, you can always swing in the opposite direction with an all-white palette. After living through months of clouds blocking out the sun, it’s natural to gravitate toward bright white spaces. Liven up your home by installing all-white cabinetry, drapes, or stone tile flooring.
Whatever the season, CMA Flooring has some tips for making your home and your floors look wonderful. We offer a wide range of affordable and aesthetically pleasing flooring options, including Mohawk carpet, Dal-Tile ceramic and stone tile, and Anderson wood floors. Give us a call today at 972-418-6606 and one of our knowledgeable representatives would be happy to assist you.