The idea of being on trend is appealing to most people, but that doesn't mean every trend is right for everyone.The "long-lasting, good-looking material" as for kitchens and bathrooms, like the danger is in creating a space that looks like everyone else's space. This is precisely used in different ways such as in vertical applications, with dark grout, or in a herringbone pattern for home.
1. Open Floorplans
Take down those walls! Unless you're a person who likes a little privacy, in which case, keep a few up! Open living areas that create more of a great room are still the preferred layout by today's buyers, however loft-like spaces that create one big open room—sometimes without private bedrooms may have hit a wall.
2. Quartz Countertops
Sleek and shiny, quartz has been gaining on granite in terms of popularity over the last few years and is a designer favorite. But if you're in a neighborhood where buyers discard everything but "real" stone, be careful when upgrading your countertops. Buyers will sometimes outright and reject a home because features like quartz countertops seem too modern for their traditional tastes.
3. Open Shelving
Open shelving in the kitchen is a growing trend. While the look is fresh and creates more of an open space feel, this form of shelving may not be practical for everyone.
4. Gray Style
Gray has taken over the design world. It's on walls, on floors, on furniture, on counters and cabinets.Use grey to decorate your space from top to bottom, and it'll not only be trying too hard to be trendy.