2. Galleries. If I had to pick one trend that seems most pervasive, it would be arranging art on a gallery-style wall. In the top set of photos, images like this are everywhere.
5. Perfectly organized offices. I think this ties in with cool storage - we're all looking for an office that's as organized as a first-day-of-school Trapper Keeper.
6. Open shelving. More storage, and more ways to incorporate it into design. Open shelves have been hot for a few years now, and they show no signs of slowing down.
7. Clean color palettes. A surprising number of photos are of rooms that are bright, airy and very neutral.
9. Open kitchens with islands. Yes, I know this has been the trend in kitchen design for over a decade now. However, I've recently read some kitchen designers saying that closed-door kitchens are on the way back in. Judging by your photo selections, though, I'm not so sure.
10. Statement pieces. We're in the midst of "tough economic times." But that only makes one amazing statement piece that much more noticeable - and you're noticing that.
11. Chalkboard paint. It's fun, especially for kids, but you're into it in adult spaces as well.
12. Dramatic dining tables. Whether it's the size, the shape, or the materials, you love dining tables that make a statement.
14. Wood. Natural materials are a big hit with you, especially wood that hasn't been finished beyond all recognition.
15. Window seats. Maybe we all just want a place to curl up, read a book, and gaze out the window.