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Ac­cord­ing to ex­perts th­ese are the trends we’ll say good­bye to next year:

“Mono­chrome. It’s too cold and harsh.”

- Belinda Ni­hill

“The row of small pen­dant lights over a kitchen is­land bench — this is very 2000s and ex­tremely un­der­whelm­ing in a gen­er­ous kitchen.”

- Narelle Cuth­bert

“I never say never when it comes to in­te­ri­ors, but there are a few trends of 2016 that need to take a lit­tle hol­i­day. We are at sat­u­ra­tion point with too-shiny cop­per ac­ces­sories and con­crete ac­cents and the term ‘Scandi’ is overused (and so of­ten mis­used).”

- Jess Bellef

“I would be very happy to never see chevron pat­terns ever again. I also think cop­per will have had it’s day very soon and will be re­placed by an­tique brass tones in­stead which I’m quite happy about.”

- Emma Blom­field

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