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Staples of Millennial Design –
3 Current Trends that are Here to Stay

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From classic charm to urban contemporary, every homeowner cultivates a unique style that’s all their own.  But their design aesthetic aligns with more than just the latest trends on Pinterest.  Design trends differ generationally, and the spaces crafted by millennials have a distinctive style that contrasts baby boomers and other generations.  Here are some of the top trends of the emerging millennial homeowner:

  • Modern Midcentury Design– Also referred to as “mod visionary,” the modern millennial design trend focuses on minimalistic furniture and accents with clean lines and midcentury details.  Architectural Digest credits the trend to the urban dwellings of the millennial population where space is at a premium, and notes that midcentury furniture is less bulky than other designs while still offering livable comfort.  The Danze® Mid-town® collection plays at these details, and accents any kitchen or bath with a modern, urban aesthetic.

     

  • Millennial Pink– HGTV calls the shade “an enduring new classic,” and that’s because it has anchored itself as a key trend in millennial home décor in recent years.  From rose gold accents to pastel furnishings, millennial pink is considered timeless, yet very current.  Pantone even named Rose Quartz its color of the year in 2016, and Pale Dogwood as one of its colors for spring 2017.  But millennial pink does not corner a homeowner into a specific design style.  Millennial pink can complement traditional, transitional, and contemporary designs, much like the DanzeSelene™ kitchen faucet.  Its fluid and functional style fits beautifully with any décor, and can perfectly accent millennial pink in your home.

     

  • Technology, the New Must-Have Luxury– Born into an era of smart devices and automation, the millennial generation prioritizes technology over other luxuries, according to WHYTT magazine.  However, the technology differs depending on the needs of their specific lifestyle.  Danze offers a number of features that cater to the need for smarter and more efficient design fixtures, such as DockForce® magnetic docking technology and SnapBack® retraction system found in Opulence® and Selene kitchen pull-down faucets.  By combining the retraction power of SnapBack with the magnetic seal of DockForce, Danze ensures that your sprayhead slides up with ease and secures tightly to the docking position.

From classic charm to urban contemporary, every homeowner cultivates a unique style that’s all their own.  But their design aesthetic aligns with more than just the latest trends on Pinterest.  Design trends differ generationally, and the spaces crafted by millennials have a distinctive style that contrasts baby boomers and other generations.  Here are some of the top trends of the emerging millennial homeowner:

·         Modern Midcentury Design– Also referred to as “mod visionary,” the modern millennial design trend focuses on minimalistic furniture and accents with clean lines and midcentury details.  Architectural Digest credits the trend to the urban dwellings of the millennial population where space is at a premium, and notes that midcentury furniture is less bulky than other designs while still offering livable comfort.  The Danze® Mid-town® collection plays at these details, and accents any kitchen or bath with a modern, urban aesthetic.

·         Millennial Pink– HGTV calls the shade “an enduring new classic,” and that’s because it has anchored itself as a key trend in millennial home décor in recent years.  From rose gold accents to pastel furnishings, millennial pink is considered timeless, yet very current.  Pantone even named Rose Quartz its color of the year in 2016, and Pale Dogwood as one of its colors for spring 2017.  But millennial pink does not corner a homeowner into a specific design style.  Millennial pink can complement traditional, transitional, and contemporary designs, much like the DanzeSelene™ kitchen faucet.  Its fluid and functional style fits beautifully with any décor, and can perfectly accent millennial pink in your home.

·         Technology, the New Must-Have Luxury– Born into an era of smart devices and automation, the millennial generation prioritizes technology over other luxuries, according to WHYTT magazine.  However, the technology differs depending on the needs of their specific lifestyle.  Danze offers a number of features that cater to the need for smarter and more efficient design fixtures, such as DockForce® magnetic docking technology and SnapBack® retraction system found in Opulence® and Selene kitchen pull-down faucets.  By combining the retraction power of SnapBack with the magnetic seal of DockForce, Danze ensures that your sprayhead slides up with ease and secures tightly to the docking position.