6 Trends One Designer Wishes Would End

See if you agree with the 6 home design trends interior designer Kendall Simmons wishes were over.

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Shiplap Has its Place

Kendall Simmons explains she would like to see an end to "random shiplap that isn't in a farmhouse or on a boat." She advises homeowners considering indiscriminate use of shiplap to "stay true to the style of your home."

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Mason Jar Decor

While mason jars have become a popular trend, Kendall says "spring for the real vase, please!"

Sheepskin Used as Throws and Mini Rugs

Simply put, "they're too small to make much sense as a throw or a rug," says Kendall.

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Painted Accent Walls

"Just commit already! Rather than a blue accent wall, consider painting the entire room instead. Or, if that's too much blue for you, stick with blue art and accessories," Kendall explains.

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Raised Breakfast Bars

"Hello 1992." Kendall says, "go for the counter-height eating area instead for a more up-to-date look."

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Room-Themed Signs

Kendall explains, "if you need a 'Laundry' sign to know you're in your laundry room something is amiss."

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