Design Trends of 2018

Rebecca Hay

The future is bold, colourful  and moody. If you’re thinking of remodeling or re-decorating your home in 2018, deep rich colour is your best way to stay ahead of the curve. Here are a few of the design trends of 2018 you can expect to see.

Rebecca Hay Designs 2018 Trends Blue Rug

Be bold on the FLOOR. Bold patterned tile is trending across the world. We love this trend and have already been using it in our own designs.


Rebecca Hay Designs Bathroom Tile

Antique and Vintage Carpets have made a comeback. These “old” rugs allow us to bring colour and history into the home. This trend also includes the Second Life rug trend stronger than ever with their rich colourful hues.


Rebecca Hay Designs 2018 Trends Laundry Room

Stronger bolder FINISHES are a popular design trend. You can make a strong statement with their new dark tones: Gloss Black and Anthracite, sure to enliven any space. Using a standout dark tone will make a neutral bathroom memorable because “anything goes with black.”


Rebecca Hay Designs 2018 Trends Bathroom

Kitchens too are all about colour, being MOODY & making a statement. Classic white cabinetry will always be popular but we are starting to see more saturated blues and emerald greens top the list in cabinets and back splashes.


Rebecca Hay Designs 2018 Trends Navy Back Splash

Kitchens with contrasting cabinetry (white/navy) are still popular but more and more you will see full kitchens in one dark rich hue. It’s bold and brave and surprisingly inviting.

Rebeccay Hay Designs 2018 Trends Grey Pantry

So there you have it, expect to see lot of rich bold colour in the year ahead.  Whatever your New Years decor plans are, be sure to keep in mind that it only takes a little of any trend to make a statement. So pick your favourite and make 2018 your most colourful year yet.


To Learn more about Rebecca Hay read our past feature, here.

1 Comment

  1. February 14, 2018 - Reply

    Thank you for the tips for kitchen construction. I think it’s a great idea to set up a secondary kitchen for the duration of the construction. Move your fridge if you can, if not then maybe get a small portable one. Set up your microwave and toaster somewhere else and you have a secondary kitchen out of the way so you can continue to make meals. I’ll pass this along to a friend who is having his kitchen completely remodeled.

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