Friday July 3, 2015
The 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show recently took place in New York this year showcasing the latest interior design trends. As one of the top leading homebuilders in North Texas, CB JENI Homes is constantly keeping up with all the greatest new home design trends. This summer is the perfect time to step out of your comfort zone and try out a few of these interior design trends in your new Carrollton home.
1. Colorful Appliances
Colorful appliances have quickly become a popular trend in 2015. Whether it is for stoves, fridges, toasters or ovens, adding a bit of color to your home will brighten up any room! Ranging from pastels to mattes, homeowners are jumping at the opportunity to throw in some color into their home.
2. Wood Furnishings
While wood furnishing isn’t exactly a new home design trend, recycled wood furnishings are. There were many pieces at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show that were made from reclaimed lumber. Green living is important to CB JENI Homes, which is why we love this new home design trend. Not to mention, there is a lot you can make from recycled wood - anything from tables to clocks!
3. Adding a Touch of Greenery
Speaking of green living, try incorporating a touch of green into your Carrollton home this summer. Having a vertical garden placed in your home will give it the touch of uniqueness that you are looking for. Also, planted furniture such as these beautiful pieces by PTACKEK Home is another item to consider.
4. Integrated Audio
Whether it’s for a housewarming party or a relaxing day at home with the family, having music helps set the mood. Which is why music lovers are all about furniture with integrated audio! It’s time to bring out the old record player and turn it into an unique new furniture piece.
Carrollton is a beautiful place to live and with these four new home design trends your house will be too! If you are looking to buy a new home, CB JENI Homes has two new communities located in Carrollton. Visit our website today to find out more information on the Mustang Parkand Raiford Crossing communities.
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