Which Décor Trends Are In and Out? 11 Experts Weigh In

Updated 09/29/17

When forecasting trends, it’s always useful turn to interior designers for what’s in and what’s out. This is exactly what The Wall Street Journal and Architectural Digest investigated at the start of the year. Designers look at interiors and products year-round and attend many trade shows, so they are always ahead of the curve on what’s hot and what’s not. Keep scrolling to read what interior designers are forecasting in their crystal balls for 2016.

Serge Mouille 5-Arm Spider Ceiling Lamp $7500
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Rejuvenation Kennaston Drawer Pull $135 $108
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Kelly Wearstler Precision Double Sconce $1050
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Wisteria Banswara Side Table $1000 $800
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Menu Afternoon Lounge Chair $1100
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Crate and Barrel Ridge Side Table-Stool $229
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E.F. Chapman Petite Paris Flea Market Chandelier $945
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Gold Velvet Sofa With Fringe $4800
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Wisteria Flourish French Console $1499
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Gio Ponti Italian Modern Brass Armchair $6800
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Italian Antique Walnut Bombay Chest Commode $2500 $1500
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Sofia Widen Swedish Flat Weave Rug $60000
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Dash & Albert Herringbone Swedish Blue Woven Cotton Rug $35
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CB2 Lawndale Leather Daybed $1799
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Steven Alan Thin Led Brass Lamp $450
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Norm Architects Marble Wall Clock $280 $244
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Do you agree with these trend forecasts, or should we take them with a grain of salt? Sound off in the comments below.

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