When the '90s rolled around, people were over the penny pinching designs from the '80s, which included piecing together different patterns of wallpaper and made for some clashing designs. 1990 began an era of minimalism where beige and white ruled the early decade. Slowly, patterns began creeping into the popular aesthetic, and like a stealth revolution, the hunger for some color erupted in a floral and damask explosion. In the '90s, we invested in some pretty silly products like balloon chairs and beer signs, and although we loved them at the time, for the sake of design, we hope they don't make a comeback. Here's 15 Interior Design Trends From the '90s That You'll Never See Again, or so we hope.