2016 brings new resolutions and it also brings along new trends for the luxury home interior design.

There are 10 interior design trends for your new luxury home.  They are;

1.  Luxury spa like bathrooms

2.  Large walk in closets using beautifully designed shelves and cabinets.

3.  New colors for the kitchen, not just all white.

4.  Black appliances

5.  Black walls for a dramatic look

6.  Media rooms with lots of comfortable seating

7.  New landscaping and lighting ideas for your garden courtyard.

8.  Wine cellars that are spacious and usable

9.  Unique outdoor rooms

10.  Indoor and outdoor water features



Luxury spa- like bathrooms will continue to trend in 2016.  Some modern bathrooms will have large windows and wonderful views.  The oversized shower with various water heads and even steam showers in the bathroom are becoming more popular.


These clients wanted large spa like master bathrooms. 


Large walk-in closets will also continue to be popular.  They will now use stylish wood furniture for storage.  These stylishly decorated dressing rooms will be great additions to the luxury home.

New color trends for the luxury kitchen are toward less bold and subtler hues. The all white kitchens that we saw over and over in 2015 will no longer be trending. Instead there will be a more soothing home atmosphere with relaxing colors such as grey-greens, silver blues, tobacco browns and fresh mint. Luxury home owners will have more fun with colors instead of taking the safe route of all white.

Black appliances can add drama to your kitchen but you also need to consider your home’s existing color scheme, architectural features and your personal preferences.

Crisp white walls and cabinets that are painted white will complement black appliances in your kitchen and give your kitchen a fresh, contrasting appeal.  The white walls and cabinets will make a stark contrast against the black appliances.

The Black Stainless Steel refrigerator has the classic appeal of traditional stainless, but with a contemporary character all its own.  It is finger print and smudge resistant and only needs a dry cloth to bring back its luster


Black painted walls are becoming more popular.   For this client we used two black accent walls in a large open floorplan. This added drama to the space and allowed for an exciting backdrop for the artwork and the chandelier.  The rest of the space was painted in a light color.


Black is a very luxurious color which makes for a very dramatic background in a room.  Black works well as an accent wall in a large space as in the dining room above.  


Media rooms that have comfortable seating such as recliners or sofas add luxury and fun to your home. An interior designer can help you add posters, a popcorn machine, candy dispensers and pillows to add more fun and flavor to your room.

Landscaping and outdoor lighting ideas can dramatically change a home from plain to luxurious.  A trend for 2016 is having a garden designed to be in the middle courtyard of your new home.  

Wine cellars that are spacious and have room for a table and chairs will add interest to your home. If you add stone to the walls in your wine cellar, it will add exciting detail and texture.  

Unique outdoor rooms such as wooden or iron gazebos for entertaining, attractive garden house designs and even tree/play houses for the children will add interest to your luxury home.  


These outdoor rooms can be decorated with built-in fireplaces, summer kitchens, interesting and unique seating areas, fire pits and climbing flowering plants.  This will personalize your yard and increase your home value.

Indoor and outdoor water features, spacious patios and large decks are all trends for 2016.  These luxury home design trends connect outdoor room with the home interior and allow you to connect to nature in style.

In 2016 there will be a beautiful blend of traditional shapes, prints and materials, along with pure modern products and colors. There will be a lot of exciting interior design trends for your new luxury home.













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