What’s Hot And What’s Not

  |     |   2020

They say it only takes seven seconds to make a first impression, and as the cliché goes, you never get a second chance at a first impression. Take a look below to find out what’s hot and what’s not in our industry today, and how Hawthorne is creating interiors that leave a memorable first impression

What’s Not

It wasn’t that long ago that entry level granite countertops, neutral wood tone cabinets, 8’ ceilings and beige wall paint with white trim were the industry standard, but things have changed. 

Other finishes that are being challenged and upgraded are vinyl sheet flooring, standard wire shelving in closets, single cabinet and unit interior design schemes, gooseneck faucets with shallow sinks and kitchens with raised breakfast bars accompanied by track lighting. 

As much as we hate to say goodbye to these trends that we once adored, we love to see them go because it means we’re making room for the best. 

What’s Hot

Welcome to 2020, where we mingle around a charcuterie board delicately placed along our long quartz kitchen peninsula and accented with pendant lighting. The dual cabinet color scheme will captivate you and make you wonder why you haven’t had this all along. 

As a bonus in your kitchen, you’ll love the double-stacked ceiling height cabinets and cabinet doors with glass inserts that provide the perfect place to display your wine collection or a favorite cookbook that’s been passed down for generations. 

Surrounded by gray and white wall paints with rich, bolder tones, you’re invited to live a life of style and comfort. For years one of the drawbacks of living in an apartment home was the fear of noisy neighbors above you, but not anymore. With luxury vinyl plank flooring enhanced with sound dampening pads, you’re able to experience the sanctuary of your home. 

From the energy efficient, stainless steel appliances to the 9-10’ vaulted ceilings, no detail is left unnoticed by Hawthorne.  Enjoy the luxury home features you never knew you needed, like upgraded shelving in closets, rain shower heads, linen cabinets in bathrooms, and soft-close drawers.  Technology is also a new, next level, home essential, through smart thermostats and locks with the ability to manage the entry into and the maintenance of your home’s comfort, from anywhere, through your smartphone.

It’s In The Details

Each element in your Hawthorne Home is thoughtfully hand-picked with the hopes to curate a lifestyle that promotes wellness, leisure and time well spent at home. Next time you walk into a room for the first time, notice what you see in the first 7 seconds—does it make you say “wow”?

With these hot design trends inside your Hawthorne Home we know you’ll Experience the Difference that our thoughtful, high-end interior finishes and fixtures can add to your life. 

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