Step into Spring with These 9 Latest Design Trends

A breakfast nook with a window seat furnished in green and blue.
Photography by Kyle J. Caldwell, Interiors by Bee’s Knees Interior Design

Text by Holly Seng

As nature reawakens, there’s no better time to freshen up your home’s interiors. From small accents and shapely silhouettes to bold patterns and major palette shifts, we’re bringing you nine of the latest spring style trends that will infuse your space with carefree warmth indicative of the season.

Patterns & Prints

A living room with pink-and-yellow patterned furniture.
Photography by Michael Hunter, Interiors by Kim Armstrong

Embrace bold hues and playful prints for daring designs that aren’t afraid of color. Artwork serves as a striking focal point as it inspires this room’s cheerful scheme of pink and yellow. Stay within the same palette to create a cohesive look when mixing patterns.

Swoon-Worthy Scallops

A rattan chair with scalloped edges.
Image from Mainly Baskets

Smooth lines and soft scalloped edges impart timeless cottage charm to furnishings and accents. Woven materials enhance the silhouette’s lighthearted look.

Creating Contrast

A laundry room with white painted lower cabinets and natural oak overhead cabinets.
Image from @ashleymontgomerydesign on Instagram

Torn between painted cabinetry or stained wood? Choose both for a layered design that blends classic and contemporary styles.

Graceful Gingham

An alfresco tablescape with a blue-and-white gingham tablecloth.
Image from Mrs. Alice

Extremely versatile and available in a spectrum of colors, gingham’s resurgence is no surprise. From alfresco settings to curtains and upholstery, the possibilities are endless when it comes to incorporating this checkered print.

Green Thumbs Up

A white kitchen with a sink in front of the window.
Photography by Heidi Harris, Interiors by Clary Bosbyshell

Make the most of sunny spaces with indoor plants that add a layer of warmth and freshness. Beloved for their whimsical look, topiaries are an ideal accent. Learn more about their care and upkeep in our Spring issue.

Natural Light

A breakfast nook with a woven scallop-edged pendant light fixture.
Image from Serena & Lily

Rattan light fixtures are all the rage, and looking at this breakfast nook, we can see why. Test the waters with a small lamp or go all-in with a showstopping pendant light.

Highlighting Hardware

A white kitchen with silver oversize cabinet pulls.
Image from @alicelaninteriors on Instagram

Trade in those traditional knobs and pulls for hardware that makes a statement. Oversize pulls are eye-catching in form, and as an added bonus, they improve function.

Organic Shades

A breakfast nook built into a bay window and decorated with green and blue furnishings.
Photography by Kyle J. Caldwell, Interiors by Bee’s Knees Interior Design

Let the outdoors serve as your muse for tranquil surrounds composed of beautiful blues and gracious greens. This nature-inspired color combo packs a powerful punch while also setting a peaceful tone.

New Neutral

A blue wall featuring a white plaster sconce.
Image from Ballard Designs

As wallpaper makes its comeback, keep accents neutral with white plaster fixtures sure to complement any scheme and season. Though absent of color, the detailed designs available exude subtle visual interest.

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