You probably already have a Pinterest account filled with your favorite looks of the week. From that dream bathroom you hope to one day renovate to easy DIY party ideas for your best friend's bash next month, Pinterest is where we save everything we love, inside the home and out.
Each year Pinterest digs into what its users are pinning and predicts what trends will pop in the coming year. According to the latest data, 2018 will be filled with bold decor moves. From the looks making a big comeback (we're looking at you, terrazzo) to daring new ideas for that fifth wall in your home (hint: if you don't know what we mean, look up), here we round up our favorites from the Pinterest 100.
01 of 09
Terrazzo Is Back
You probably remember terrazzo as the choice flooring of the 1970s. But this funky material is back in a big way. According to Pinterest, saves for terrazzo are up 316%, foreshadowing a reemergence for this mixed material. From entryway flooring to countertops to ceilings, designers are already starting to embrace terrazzo. If you're not ready to fully commit, DIY a few accessories like these stylish bookends from Fall For DIY for your home to test the waters.
02 of 09
Doors With Bright Colors
Want to upgrade your curb appeal without a lot of effort? This year, add a coat of feisty red or bold blue, like this door featured in Southern Living, to your front door to welcome guests in style. Saves for the trend are up 121% year-over-year, and it's clear why: bright front doors easily transform your home's exterior for less than you spent on that pair of fancy yoga pants.
03 of 09
You probably already know that greenery is in, but Pinterest users are obsessed with patterned plants (like this prayer plant from Justina Blakeney at Jungalow)—and so are we. With a whopping 533% increase in saves, expect to see pattern plants everywhere this year. We also love the rattlesnake or zebra plant to add a little bit of fresh texture to your home this year.
04 of 09
Mix Up Your Flooring
We adore hardwood flooring as much as the next decor enthusiast, but sometimes it gets a little dull. Sure, you can mix it up with fun rugs, but this year we are really into patterned woodwork, like in this stunning living space designed by Alvhem. Saves for herringbone patterns, a fun update to classic parquet flooring, are up 131%—and while it's a little more intricate to install, it's so worth it.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
Embrace the Home Spa
This year, bring the spa into your home. Pinterest users are feeling spa-like accessories and decor 269% more this year than the last. And it's obvious why: Giving your bathroom a simple spa makeover is incredibly simple (think bamboo, candles and neutral colors) and adds a chic, restful element to your space. Start with this simple cedar bath mat from The Merry Thought.
06 of 09
Embrace the Fifth Wall
Goodbye accent wall, hello statement ceilings. Saves are up 310% this year, which means we'll be seeing more gorgeously wallpapered ceilings (like this chic ceiling from Terris Lightfoot Contracting) and fewer accent walls. But if wallpapering your ceiling is too much effort, try painting it a vibrant color to add warmth and interest to a large space.
07 of 09
A Boho Baby Shower
Those who are still throwing baby showers are more likely to opt for less traditional themes in 2018. Saves for boho baby showers are up 306%, an indication that the boho baby trend isn't going away anytime soon. We love ditching the traditional blues and pinks for a theme that feels more personalized and fresh. Plus, who doesn't love endless floral crowns and tents for grownups? Just take a good look at this boho-chic tent from Style Me Pretty.
08 of 09
Ditch the Guest Book for Jenga
Up 216% this year, non-traditional guest books are currently one of our favorite wedding trends. Ask your family to write notes on game pieces, wooden utensils, or a vintage map for a keepsake you can display in your home. Wedding Chicks showed that creativity has no bounds by using Jenga pieces.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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