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Michael Poczkalski shares some design trends

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1. Bold Geometric Prints
    Let your backsplash be an art piece. When you add patterned tile into a space, it adds a unique and artistic element that will bring your room to life.
2. Cobalt Blue
    Hard to find but easy to love! In a sea of pastels this season, make a room pop with the richness of Cobalt Blue.
3. Black Trim Windows
    Black is back, and it’s all about the windows! Black trim adds the perfect contrast in your space and an oh-so elegant element to the interior and exterior of your home.
4. Faux Luxe Finishes
    All the glory without the big price tag. Faux finishes give the illusion of a fully tiled space while being cost effective, beautiful and much less of a hassle!
5. Swivel Chairs
    Not yo’ Grandma’s swivel chair. Now with sleek designs and contemporary bases, swivel chairs can be reintroduced into modern spaces. Transition your TV room to a place of gathering with just a small swivel.
6. Fresh Flowers
    Flowers are always a must. Bring tranquility and life into your home with fresh cut flowers, not to mention they smell wonderful!
7. Statement Lighting
    Light up your room and the faces of all your guests. Create a perfect ambiance to your dinner party by adding lighting that doubles as an art piece.
8. All White Everything
    Let the details talk. Create a perfect place to display that small art collection you have or mix it up with some fun pop colors!

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