Looking back on the year 2012, a few key cottage decorating trends come to mind. Let’s take a trip down memory lane of all the exciting products and color schemes that made a memorable year in cottage decor.
Industrial Lighting and Accents made of materials like brass, aluminum, copper, and antique nickel add a touch of contemporary class. Using these materials in lighting fixtures creates a soft glow that warms any space.
Coral and Turquoise made a splash in coastal homes this year because of the fun loving and vibrant effect it has on any room. Pinky coral hues are reminiscent of the sunset, while turquoise transports you to a Caribbean sea. It is easy to feel the tropical wind in your hair surrounded by these beautiful colors.
Gray and White Washed Furniture bring in an old world charm that will never go out of style. Choose one or two pieces with a washed painted finish to add character and introduce a rustic element.
Driftwood Accessories and twig furniture are a fantastic way to bring in a weathered look to your cottage home. It is a sculptural and more abstract way of bringing in coastal elements, by playing with form and texture. Using raw and organic materials is only gaining in popularity and recognition as a must have for any home.
Graphic Prints, like the chevron and diamond, look great in many applications. Whether in pillows, blankets, or rugs, it adds a punch of visual interest with a modern look.
Grey and Yellow are a match made in heaven, because of their balancing properties. Grey tends to be a sleek and modern color used to create a cool tone to a space, whereas yellow tends to be a lively and energetic color. By pairing them, you can create a fun loving and contemporary look.
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