15 Spring Design Trends You'll See All Year Long

Spring's hottest trends will breathe new life into your home with fresh, easy updates and rejuvenated style.

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Sassy Succulents

Much like these hardy greens, the succulent trend isn't withering anytime soon. And leave it to a new crop of creative containers to add personality to these simple beauties. (Spotted at Rosa Luna on Boulevard Raspail in Paris)

Lounge Act

Somehow lounging on the sofa doesn't seem quite so shameful when that sofa is outdoors. Relax in style with tufted mattress cushions; they're a great way to extend the comforts of the indoors outside, especially when you're looking for ways to revive your outdoor furniture. And get a little fresh air, too. (Spotted at Le Bon Marché in Paris)

The New Nautical

Conjure up blue skies and a salty breeze with this retro take on nautical stripes. The variegated widths and mix-and-match style of stripes on seersucker fabric add an optical twist to the vintage, Cape Code vibe. (Spotted at Fleuresse at Heimtextil in Germany)

Soft Metals

Metallics are softening with shades of pearl, shell and platinum in imperfect, organic swaths of color. These softer hues are bringing a new look to your tabletop. (Spotted at Le Bon Marché in Paris)

A Bold, New Weave

Woven outdoor furniture is back on trend with super-sized weaves. Neutral, tone-on-tone color palettes enhance the pattern of the weave while keeping the overall effect calm and sophisticated. This chic chair would bring a contemporary, handcrafted style to any outdoor space. (Spotted at Palecek at Las Vegas Market)

Creative Containers

Creative, repurposed containers gives new meaning to the term "upcycling." Unexpected uses for old items are inspiring us to rethink how products are used. (Spotted at ABC Home in New York City)

Shades of White

It's no coincidence that two top paint brands chose shades of white for their 2016 Color of the Year. With Sherwin-Williams Alabaster (SW 7008) and Benjamin Moore's Simply White (OC-117) leading the trend, consider cream and white as showpieces rather than backgrounds this year. (Spotted at White Flower Farmhouse in New York)

Eclectic Entertaining

Casual entertaining is about tossing something together with ease, and an eclectic mix of serving pieces perfectly adopts that relaxed attitude. Mismatched items, both old and new, that encourage sharing while gathered around the table embrace the informal vibe. (Spotted at Europe2You at Las Vegas Market)

Pillow Power

One of the easiest ways to update the style of a space, indoors or out, is with accent pillows. Look for ones that will add an extra layer of color, pattern and texture to your space. (Spotted at La Cienega Design Quarter in Los Angeles)

Going Organic

Let the outdoors in with organic elements and natural influences showcased in new lighting trends for the season. (Spotted at Jamie Young Company at Las Vegas Market)

The Art Advantage

Artwork takes center stage when paired with soft colors and natural finishes. Showcase the colors and textures in a piece with subtle surroundings and let them highlight the style of your space. (Spotted at Dovetail Furniture at High Point Market in North Carolina)

Playful Prints

With digital printing at the forefront of fabric, why not pick a theme and run with it? Playful prints from a curated collection are an easy shortcut for making your coordinating fabrics look effortless. (Spotted at ESTAhome at Heimtextil in Germany)

Nature's Bounty

We love the place where manmade and Mother Nature meet. Look for products with mixed materials that bring natural and manufactured finishes together harmoniously, like this live-edge dining table with its metal base. (Spotted at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas)

Go Glamping

Getting back to nature is becoming a little cushier thanks to glamping products geared toward enjoying the great outdoors in a slightly more upscale way. (Spotted at The North Fork Designer Showcase in New York)

Eco Ride

Cycling is becoming the mode of choice for eco-conscious millennials who love fresh air and a bit of exercise. And accessories like wine crate baskets and coffee cup holders make riding not only easier but a bit more personalized. (Spotted in Cologne, Germany)