SPRING HOME TRENDS THAT DON'T DRIVE ME CRAZY...YET

Dated: 03/29/2019

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LAVENDAR | CORAL | BLUSH PINK

These colors are perfect to add a little bit of pop. They're warm and inviting.

VELVET

Velvet is all the rage in clothing once again and now, in furniture. I love a couch or chair in a bright color in velvet. Soft to the touch and bold in style.

OPEN SHELVING

I love open shelving IF the home owner is very clean and organized. There are so many opportunities to add cute little touches, pops of color. The openness can make a small kitchen seem bigger, too. 

MID-CENTURY MIX

I LOVE mid-century furniture design but an entire room of mid-century furniture can be a little over board. A little mixing of century designs can fix that problem. Like in the picture below: the chairs and foot stools have clean lines like mid-century designs, while the round wood table, and the rounded edges on the couch are more traditional designs.

BOLD BACKSPASHES

A bold backsplash can completely change the feel or a kitchen or bathroom. 

STATEMENT WALLPAPER

Wallpaper has come a LONG way. You won't want to replicate the first picture, but now wallpaper can add diminsion and character to a room, like the geometric wallpaper pictured second.

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Annie Crumbaugh

Born and raised in Springfield, Annie is well versed in the real estate market in the 417-area. She attended Central High School and got her BFA from MSU. Annie loves helping her clients in their rea....

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