Westchester Home Decor Trends

Interior designers on what‘s hot



“Modern and contemporary—people are looking for really simple clean looks.”
—Beata Buhl-Tatka, Owner/Founder
Beata Buhl Interiors Inc., Armonk  

“Boho-chic—an ‘anything goes’ kind of style—is still so au courant, although real, bona-fide traditional is gaining ground. Traditional means your family heirlooms will fit but, this time around, partner them with a jute rug or a contemporary sofa.”
—Lyn Peterson, Designer
Motif Designs, Mount Vernon

“I’m seeing a lot of decorative paints—such as glaze or Venetian plaster—instead of wallpaper. With the Venetian plaster, people are choosing vertical and horizontal lines to be painted.”
­—Susan Marocco, Owner
Susan Marocco Interiors, Bedford

“A couple of years ago, we were traditional, and now we are seeing modern, clean styles with transitional simple lines.”
—Linda Yepez, Owner
Linda Yepez Interiors, LLC, Millwood

“Outdoor design is becoming really popular, with outdoor fabrics looking more like indoor fabrics, but they are more durable. People are even bringing them inside for recreational rooms and kitchens.”
—Susan Anthony, Owner
Anthony-Wright Interiors, Irvington-on-Hudson

“For so many years, the world was monochromatic. Now people seem to be moving back to patterns—not necessarily florals, but more abstract geometric patterns and prints”
—Libby Cameron, Owner
Libby Cameron, LLC, Larchmont

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