Black metals: This metal was once reserved for outdoor furniture or bed frames, but not anymore. This unflashy metal is appearing as simple hardware, bathroom fixtures, and even flatware. Black metal is also being blended into wood and glass.
Curvy home décor: Rounded tables and curvy aesthetics will likely appear in more furnishings. Radial and bullnose edges soften hard materials like marble.
Old-world style: Expect to see more brocades, tapestries, Georgian and Empire antiques, as well as fringe, cording and tassels.
Scandinavian flat weaves: The Scandinavian designs are being weaved into both contemporary and traditional spaces.
Rosy metallic: Copper and rose-gold metals were big in 2015, but, alas, the rosy-gold hues may have a look of being “cheap” in 2016.
The industrial look: The millennial-coffeehouse design is finally showing signs of fading.
Sisal and jute fiber rugs.