8 Décor Trends That Are on Their Way Out (and What to Replace Them With)

As with fashion, when it comes to home décor trends, one day you’re in and the next, you’re out. While we don’t subscribe to every trend that finds its way into our favorite home décor stores, we were curious to know which fleeting designs it might be time to retire this fall. In order to investigate the décor trends on their way out, we tapped Hompolish interior designers Tali Roth and Crystal Sinclair for their expert opinions. Ahead, they’re sharing the styles they predict are about to pass their expiration date, along with the latest décor trends you can expect to see replacing them.

If you’re thinking out with the old, in with the new, consider this your ultimate home refresh to-do list. Say goodbye to oversaturated styles, tired colors, and stale textures and welcome these eight décor trends you can experiment with instead. Think one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, rich jewel tones, and cozy Mediterranean vibes. Here’s the latest in home décor trendcasting. 




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