We are well into 2017 and our design trends are slowly changing and morphing into what becomes some of the more popular looks and design throughout the year. Here are some of the top design trends were seeing in new LA condominiums.
#1. Built in bars. These built-in bars are becoming extremely popular in many LA condominiums. They add instant pizzazz and entertainment and allow people to stay home rather than go out.
#2. Hexagon all tile backsplash.
These tile designs are about experimenting with different geometric shapes, specifically hexagons. A monochromatic look with grays in different shades and tones are really something were seeing a lot of in kitchens and bathrooms.
#3. A combination of wood and white kitchens. Butcher block islands and countertops are becoming very popular even in some of the luxury, high-end Los Angeles condominiums. White cabinetry, subway tile backsplash is and would counters are a nice contrast to some of the more stuffy, modern and contemporary lines that were used to seeing.
#4. Marble services. Rather than Caesar stone countertops or granite, we are seeing a lot of marble in shades of white and light gray. They were great for countertops, flooring, tabletops and even some home accessories.
#5. Pantone's color of the year "Greenery". Pantone released its 2017 color of the year which is called Greenery, 15 – 0343. This beautiful color is perfect for homeowners who want to bring the outdoors indoors, which works great in condominiums. This color also works great with beiges, grays and neutral tones.
Adding a little bit of pop in color such as accents, throw pieces or rugs are really the pieces that sets a room off without making a huge statement. Little designer touches such as a colorful Tiffany lamp, bright colors on throw pillows and blankets, accent pieces on top of neutral tones and textures, really add good flair to the room without making it too loud and annoying.
Call us today for looking at staging your Los Angeles condominium for sale or if you'd like to find some condominiums that implement these design styles throughout the Los Angeles area.