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Goodbye to gray and other design trends

January 3, 2022

Goodbye to gray and other design trends

Gray stains are fading in favor as consumers look to bring warmer tones into their homes.

 

Interior designer Sadie Beachy of S. Flynn Designs in Millersburg, Ohio, says the trend is moving toward subtler finishes that showcase natural wood tones.  

 

For Beachy, dining room tables remain a feature item that her clients consider very early in the design process and are willing to invest in. Consumers are still seeking a wide variety of styles, but are more willing to mix and match seating.

 

With more people working from home, demand remains strong for home office furniture. However, gone are the days of bulky desks and storage. According to Beachy, modern technology means homeowners may only require a simple desktop and base cabinet to create a functional office space.     

 

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