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Top Designers Share Hot Trends in Home Decor You Need to Know

April 20, 2021

Ready to reinvent your space? HGTV teamed up with showhouse mogul and interior designer Iris Dankner and her Holiday House team to spotlight the fabulous interiors and top-level design ideas you can bring to your own home.

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Gold Is On Trend

The trend for glamorous gold touches "resets the bar on the cold gray tones, stainless hardware and dull unlacquered brass fixtures that we’ve seen in recent years," according to Joyce D. Silverman of Joyce D. Silverman Interiors.

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Distinctive Kitchens

This gold-accented kitchen was created, says Joyce, "with the understated glimmer of bespoke hand-brushed gold ceruse oak cabinetry, contrasting gold trimmed high-gloss island, shining brushed brass hardware by P. E. Guerin, and elegant brushed brass plumbing fixtures."

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Elaborate Tile Designs

Tying this glam kitchen together is a custom multi-color and gold floral tile mosaic which includes the homeowner’s favorite hue, indigo.

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Bookcases as a Design Showcase

Designer Cami Weinstein of Cami Weinstein Designs is seeing more and more homeowners swapping out bookcase displays of books and framed photos for curated collections that spotlight artists and artisans. "I’m using bookcases as a place to display art, pottery, ceramics and other collections," says Cami, with homeowners using those spaces much like a high-end boutique would use a display to spotlight goods. "As people have been spending more time in their homes, they are finding things in their homes they didn’t realize they owned. As a designer it is my role to curate it and make their space look beautiful and visually appealing," says Cami.

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