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5 Big Home Décor Trends Designers Love Right Now predicts these trends for Fall 2019.

For several years now, mid-century modern (MCM) style has reigned supreme. From West Elm's contemporary takes on classic MCM furniture, to the Eames chairs filling our Pinterest boards, and the rise of the Mad Men-inspired bar cart, it's almost impossible to avoid the MCM aesthetic. With its clean lines and practical design, it's not hard to see why the style has made a resurgence, but according to the shopping trends of professional designers, the style tides could soon be changing.

At Business of Home's 2019 Future of Home Conference, Anna Brockway, co-founder and president of Chairish, presented her trend predictions for Fall 2019. Using data that analyzed the buying trends of trade pros on, an online source for furniture, décor, and art, the company identified some styles that are on the rise. And if professional designers are shopping these styles now, it's only a matter of time before they start showing up in homes across the country. One key takeaway: traditional style may be giving MCM some serious competition. Here are the five rising trends of the home design world right now.

Traditional Style

A departure from mid-century modern style, Chairish found that interior designers are beginning to buy more traditional furniture and decor. As opposed to the clean lines of MCM, neoclassical accents, symmetry, and softer color palettes are making a comeback. While Brockway noted that MCM won't go away anytime soon, traditional decor is definitely giving it some competition.

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