The five most anticipated interior design trends to include in your spring remodel

Spring is looking stylish in 2016. With more daylight ahead, it’s no wonder the interior design community sees a spike in home improvement projects around this time of year.

This year, 62 percent of homeowners plan to invest in home improvement projects and 22 percent of homeowners plan to spend $10,000 or more on home renovations, according to a survey conducted by LightStream.

But how does a homeowner sort through all the options and opinions surrounding home improvement projects? The answer: read on to learn the five most anticipated interior design trends to include in your 2016 spring remodel, backed by up-to-date data:

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  • 3-D and large-format tile: Three-dimensional elements that add depth to accent walls, and handcrafted large-format tiles provide a beautiful backdrop for residential kitchen and bathroom spaces. Homeowners can experience the best of both worlds with the new Kaza collection by Walker Zanger.

Walker Zanger-Kaza Concrete

NanaWall Systems Kitchen Transition

  • Don’t nix neutrals yet: According to KBBonline, shades of gray, taupe, beige, and cream dominate the kitchen and bathroom space due to their versatility and easy pattern play. Eldorado Stone’s Modern Collection adds texture and warmth to neutral color palettes to blend or complement neighboring elements.

 Eldorado Stone Modern Collection

Dacor Warming Drawer

True Residential's Undercounter Refrigerator Drawers

See more interior design trends to incorporate into your home remodel by watching our Trendspotting videos from Design and Construction Week which includes the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show and the International Builders Show: Part One and Part Two.

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