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16 Designers Share New Design Trends You'll Use in Every Room of the House

February 16, 2016

From matte black fixtures to geometric wallpaper, top designers weigh in on the hottest trends you'll be dying to try this season.

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Photo: Darius Kuzmickas - KuDa Photography. From: Jordan Iverson.

Trend: Matte Black Fixtures

"Matte black and brushed gold fixtures are one of my favorite things to use right now. They can really add the perfect finishing touch to a space and can even be the centerpiece. This is the easiest one to add to your own home. Just be sure to think about the other accents, like lights and cabinet pulls, that the fixture will need to coordinate with." — Jordan Iverson, Iverson Signature Homes

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Photo: Dino Tonn Photography. From: Angelica Henry Design.

Trend: Low-Maintenance Materials

"One substantial trend has been to simply make spaces more livable and relaxed! Clients want to have distinctive and beautiful spaces but don't necessarily want high-maintenance materials that they have to worry over constantly or be anxious about when guests visit. That has led to incorporating materials such as porcelain tile and slabs, as well as engineered quartz surfaces. I think the trend now is to create a livable luxury that is beautiful, inviting and resilient!" — Angelica Henry, Angelica Henry Design

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From: Ana Donohue

Trend: Textured Cabinetry

"I'm seeing more texture in [kitchen] cabinetry as opposed to just white or wood. Here, we have two combinations of lacquer and a subtle stripe in the lower cabinets. This combination creates softness and movement and makes the kitchen feel less industrial. It’s really about creating texture within a kitchen using subtle changes in the materials instead of standard go-to white kitchens." — Ana Donohue, Ana Donohue Interiors

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Trend: Brass Fixtures

"Instead of silver metals, we love using brass in the kitchen or bathroom. It's so much warmer and a little more unique." — Alyssa Kapito, Kapito Muller Interiors

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