Take a look at our list of top interior design trends for 2017! Everything from paint colors to appliance finishes, these trends sure have caught our eye…did you favorite ideas make the cut?
It’s a brave move to go black and it pays off with a sophisticated and glamorous look. It’s also a great way to create an anchor in the room and draws focus to that area.
Copper is out and brass is in. Bright, bold and shiny, this heavy metal is making a comeback.
The idea is to accent the grain of the wood by creating contrast with whitened grain against a darker stain resulting in a texture with rustic elegance. Paired with modern and sleek items, the contrasting styles are a match made in heaven.
It’s an accent wall that can also be used to display ever changing personal keepsakes. Natural/organic (see 10 below) are also trending, and cork fits in perfectly.
Angles are still going strong. Symmetrical or asymmetrical you’ll see these funky polyhedrons in everything from light fixtures, furniture, rugs and clocks to textiles, terrariums, and tiles. Hexagons are especially on trend.
Pantone announced its color of the year, Greenery. Wise choice as we’ve been seeing green popping up everywhere. Darker shades pair well with brass and also bring the natural palette of the outdoors inside.
This metamorphic rock with interesting “vein” and swirl patterns is an ancient trend that is back in style in a big way. Its natural look with organic shapes pairs well with other earthy materials trending now.
We’re starting to see appliances and fixtures available in a matte finish which contrasts well against shiny and glossy surfaces.
It’s not just for trim or fastening fabric to furniture. Designers are having fun jazzing up their furniture using nailheads. The design possibilities are endless.
Look to nature for materials that will soften interiors and make for casual and confortable atmospheres.
Another color coming on the scene is golden saffron spice. It’s warm and inviting and perfect as an accent or complimentary color.
The home is getting more intelligent with Smarthome features like the Selje nightstand with wireless charging from IKEA.
There’s a big push to get off, or at least less reliant, on the grid. Start harnessing energy from the sun with these solar glass tempered roof tiles.
Where terracotta tiles have been used as borders in the past, they will now be seen used to cover the entire floor of a room. It can also be used on accent walls and fireplaces to give homes a warm, earthy feel.
Nature is coming inside homes and terrariums are a perfect fit with their magical mini landscapes.
The bedroom is place to escape and relax. Snuggling up to a soft headboard is an appealing thought and a lovely look.
They’re showing up as planters, catch-alls, wall décor and more. Casual, natural and sustainable, woven baskets come in all shapes and sizes making them versatile and attractive storage pieces.