If you could only pick only one source of home-decor inspiration for the rest of your life, HGTV is a solid choice, especially since the cable network serves all-star, idea-sparking viewing material for all your binge-watching needs. Not only does the channel host Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Fixer Upper (the gift that keeps on giving), but also it also offers endless decor advice and insight that can change your home, and—especially if you WFH—life.
So, in the name of embracing the summer season to the max, HGTV HOME’s design director, Nancy Fire, recently graced Well+Good with the 10 trends that she says will take over indoor and outdoor spaces in these warm months. The gist of her forecast includes bright, wild hues; vibrant floral and tropical patterns; and a focus on bringing the natural motif of the great outdoors to inside your home. So, if a real-deal summer getaway isn’t in the cards for you in the coming weeks, give your home sanctuary a trendy zhuzh—like a pop of color, a fresh-fruit centerpiece, or any of Fire’s other simple upgrades—to enjoy the sunny vibes common to the best vacation houses every single day.
Check out the 10 summer-season trends from HGTV HOME’s Nancy Fire.
For the rest of your alfresco summer activities, here are the eco-friendly summer-picnic essentials you need, and crowd-pleasing vegetable sides.
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