Which "Outdated" Home Design Trends Do You Actually Want To Bring Back?

Oftentimes, it's hard to keep up with the home design and decor trends. And chances are, there are some trends that are now considered "out" that you may not be ready to let go of.

A modern, two-story suburban house with large windows, a well-manicured lawn, and an attached garage
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So, tell us: Which "outdated" home design trends do you still love — and want to see come back?

A woman with curly hair, wearing a long-sleeve top and jeans, hangs a framed leaf-print artwork on a wall in a modern, minimalist living room
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Maybe you still love 2010s trends like farmhouse and word signs because they're actually very cozy and make you feel at home.

Top image: Rustic framhouse dining room with a long wooden table and white chairs, wooden beams, pendant lights, and various décor on walls; bottom image: "Home Sweet Home" sign hanging on a wall
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Speaking of farmhouse, perhaps there are fun home upgrades you'd like to see trending again, like sliding barn doors or even Edison lights.

A room with wooden flooring and a partially open rustic sliding barn door, revealing a small hallway. The walls are light-colored with white wainscoting
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Perhaps, while people are moving away from neutral spaces and back to color, you're actually a huge fan of all-white everything because you think it's simple and easy, and hey, it makes your home feel cohesive.

Minimalist bedroom with a low wooden bed frame, white bedding, a bedside table with plants, a floor lamp, and a dresser with candles and decor items
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Or maybe you still adore accent walls because you think they add ~personality~ to a room.

A modern living room with a flat-screen TV mounted on a teal accent wall, a wooden console table, a striped rug, plants, and large windows showing an outdoor patio
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Perhaps there are other generational trends that you were obsessed with in the past, like Gen X's beloved Tuscan kitchens — with dark wood cabinets, ornate details, and all — and you'd like to see them come back (even if it's polarizing).

Spacious modern kitchen with wooden cabinets, granite countertops, an island with bar stools, stainless steel appliances, and warm lighting fixtures
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We want to know your thoughts. In the comments below, tell us which "outdated" home design trends you want brought back — and be sure to explain why you love them. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, feel free to use this Google form. Your response could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.