These Are The Time-Tested Trends That The Hosts Of Unsellable Houses Stand By

The hosts of HGTV's "Unsellable Houses," Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, have become stars of their home renovation show throughout the series' run. They've managed to dig deep in helping homeowners looking into selling their homes and turn their characterless abodes into diamonds in the rough, according to HGTV. The twin sisters aren't afraid to go above and beyond when they pick out designs and try to figure out a new look for the residences they work on. They have a wide range of different interior styles for each home, sometimes never used twice.

Throughout their home renovations, Davis and Lamb have seen a lot of mishaps occur, along with many celebrations. They've flipped one too many properties to know the secret to success and see what trends people love the most when renovating their houses. These are the two trends that the sisters say are the most adored when fixing a home.

Bold-colored cabinets

Renovating your home can be exciting and fun, especially when it comes to your kitchen. It's the one place you spend most of your time in, other than the living room, so don't pass up some bold colors for your cabinets when deciding how you want them to look. In an interview with Realtor, Lyndsay Lamb states that bold-colored cabinets have been going strong for a year and a half. Incorporating yellow, orange, or blue can brighten your space, make you feel happy in your kitchen, and improve your overall mood.

The all-white house trend had its moment, but it's done now, claims Lamb. It'll always be a classic look where you have cabinets, countertops, backsplash, and walls that are all white, but homeowners are looking for a fresh look that leans on the daring side. Some involve bold-colored cabinets, tile, abstract light fixtures, and décor items sprinkled throughout the space.

Earthy-style kitchen

According to Lyndsay Lamb, a popular trend that's been used countless times that buyers are always looking for is the earthy-style kitchen. This format includes green and brown tones throughout the space, such as green-colored walls or cabinets with brown or wood furniture like countertops. It's similar to the cottagecore style that folks have been incorporating. "It started in the first few months of the pandemic, people were bringing more of the outdoor life indoors," claims Lamb in the Realtor interview. A lot of plants filled living spaces and were used as a leading source of décor.

Sellers who have the earthy style in their homes don't change anything to try to get buyers to make offers since that's what they're looking for now. If you want to redesign your kitchen, there are only a few things you need to make it earthy: green paint for your walls, numerous plants, bright natural light, and wood countertops. You'll feel relaxed and at peace in your kitchen when you're cooking or cleaning.