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Which Decor Trends Are The Most Overexposed Right Now?

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Lifestyle site MyDomaine has a fascinating piece up today, arguing that a certain gang of decor trends are so ubiquitous that they're "on the verge of extinction from overexposure." Among those that made the list are: subway tiles, sheepskin throw, Tolix-style chairs, industrial-influenced light fixtures, and, as Curbed has also observed time and again, reclaimed wood.

Now, "extinction" is a bit extreme, but we do have to agree that these decor ideas are everywhere, at least where Pinterest and design blogs are concerned. A quick browse through our interior design coverage might even surface a few more decorating memes:

all-white interiors

more firewood than you'll ever need

cowhide rugs

hanging plants

...color-coded bookshelves

…and dare we say everything Midcentury Modern?

Is there such a thing as an overexposed decor move? What's the most egregious repeat offender? What are you so ready to never see again?

The comment section and poll are all yours.

Poll results

·Are These Classic Trends on the Verge of Extinction? [MyDomaine]

· Are Single-Use Kitchen Appliances Worthless? [Curbed]

· All-White Interiors: Yay or Nay? [Curbed]

· Interior Design 101: Tips for designing and decorating your interior space