4 Home Decor Trends To Try This Spring (And What To Ditch)

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If there’s anyone who knows what’s next in the world of home decor, it’s One Kings Lane cofounder Susan Feldman who oversees all of the buying and merchandising for the hugely popular site. Because the spring season never fails to bring on the urge to update one’s home, we asked Feldman to share a few tips on what’s trending in the world of interiors right now.

In: Mixed Metals / Out: Chalkboards

"We have seen a lot of interest in gold over the last few seasons and now a mix of gold and silver is trending for spring. Meanwhile chalkboard paint and decor with chalkboard details are on their way out. Things are becoming more glamorous."

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In: Shiboris And Batiks / Out: Ikats and Chevrons

"Prints that feel unique and special like shiboris, batiks and African mud prints are all the rage right now, bringing the emphasis away from more uniform prints like chevrons or ubiquitous choices like ikats."

Photo: via One Kings Lane

In: Vintage Match Strikers / Out: Mason Jars

"Vintage match strikers are one of our best-sellers, while everything in the vintage category is doing really well overall. These accents are replacing the ubiquitous Mason jar, which is a little overused at this point! Time for a break."

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In: Large Statement Art / Out: Neon Geometric Art

"Our customers are getting really bold with their art choices, selecting oversize works that take up large sections of the room. It's go big or go home! Neon geometric art, which has been popular recently, feels a bit impersonal compared with these emotional pieces."

Photo: via One Kings Lane