In celebration of this magazine’s 10th anniversary, we’re looking back at all 51 of our former cover stars—a retrospective of popular and progressive interior design styles that dominated the past decade. What decor trends can you expect to see more (and less) of in the next 10 years? We asked local pros to share their thoughts.

From top left quadrant: courtesy of Zia Tile (tile); courtesy of Burke Decor (plaster wallpaper); courtesy of Rejuvenation (faucet); courtesy of Sierra Pacific Windows (door); courtesy of Aj Madison (stove); Getty Images (gas stove & barn door); courtesy of Shades of Light (bulb); Getty Images (stone & subway tile); Getty images (house); courtesy of Benjamin Moore (gray paint); courtesy of Ikea (chair); Getty Images (kitchen); David Patterson (hallway); courtesy of the Sill (plant); courtesy of Benjamin Moore (green paint); courtesy of Audenza (juju hat); courtesy of CB2 (sofa)

The Experts

Kristi Dinner, Company KD
Stephen Hentschel, Mandil Inc.
Laura Medicus, Laura Medicus Interiors
Katie Schroder, Atelier Interior Design
Kristina Sterling, Seek Interior Design
Eleanor Trepte, Dekay and Tate Interiors
Caroline Wilding, ConstructDA