5 Color Trends That Will Dominate This Year, According to Top Designers

With COVID-19 vaccines rolling out and the promise of a not-so-distant future where life is normal again, now seems like the perfect time to bring your place out of the dark ages of decor and into the bright and beautiful light of 2021.

To help with your spring makeover, we got the scoop from the folks at home improvement site Fixr. They surveyed 68 of the nation’s top influencers and designers about the year’s top color trends, and we’re sure these exciting new palettes and design schemes will help inspire your next interior styling session.

1. Earth tones replace cool grays


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Grays and greige have long been our go-to color choices, but this year we’re leaving those cool tones behind for warmer earth ones.

“This trend is directly linked to the amount of time people have been spending at home,” says Sarabeth Asaff South, home

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WRJ Design Named Top Wyoming Designers by “Business of Home” 50 States Project

Klaus Baer and Rush Jenkins’ passion for the Mountain West led them to Jackson Hole, where they have grown WRJ Design to a nationally recognized interior design firm.

I saw that we could offer an international perspective that the luxury residential [category] in the Jackson area was missing.

Business of Home, the respected must-read media for interior designers across the U.S., completed its yearlong “50 States Project” in Wyoming, selecting Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer, co-founders of WRJ Design, to represent the state. In her interview with the duo, BOH Editor in Chief Kaitlin Petersen discusses Jenkins and Baer’s “very different” but entirely complementary skill sets, as well as the growth of WRJ, which moved west from New York, opening its Jackson, Wyoming, showroom as a two-man operation in 2010. Ten years later, fresh off a successful book

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Peek inside a home in Dallas’ gated Glen Abbey with a top designer’s interior touches

If a home’s interior design creates a lasting first impression, why not hire one of the world’s top designers?

This home on the market in Dallas’ prestigious Glen Abbey neighborhood was designed by Jan Showers, who was recently recognized by Architectural Digest as one of the top designers on the planet.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom and four-half-bathroom home built in 2007 has two primary suites, two kitchens and sits on a double lot next to a creek in the gated community. Its Santa Barbara appearance is accented with modern details.

Listing agent Dona Timm called the home “immaculate.”

“No detail was overlooked, from the high-end appliances and luxury amenities to the graceful and seamless connection of the interior through the gorgeous exterior spaces,” she said in a statement.

At 8,189 square feet, the home is spacious with numerous rooms for entertaining. Just past the entrance, a large dining room sits to

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TV Designers Pick Their Must-Haves

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