As time changes, so do home interior designs. This coming 2017, trends forecast will bring a much new look to your home – exploring different aspects of designs and positive, bold forms and supporting spontaneous decisions of independence and global styles. Our homes have become our oasis as modern life becomes hectic and occupied. Looking to the year ahead, here are some concepts that would bring new trends to your home.
2017 will then welcome the return of dark wood tones after years of having blonde and light woods. Darker tones of marbles, as well as silver Travertine or Onyx, are ideal for flooring and table set ups. Terracotta tile is also making a huge splash in the decor world since it displays a classical and extraordinary warmth around the house.
When it comes to interior walls, Cork is making its way as a top choice for the upcoming year. Not only it adds warmth and texture to your home, but it is also a good noise absorbent – a better way to keep away from the city buzz.
Wave goodbye to your timber bed frames and say hello to upholstered headboards which are expected to be on trend next year. You can even add nail heads to your old bed to add more style. Its chic and sophisticated look would definitely give your room a luxurious view with a cherry on top.
At first glance, bathrooms are the dullest part of a house however in 2017, bringing in a dash of organic coziness, elegance, adopting minimalism, adding or combining dark colors might turn your bathroom into a piece of jewel in your home.
Kitchens are said to be developing with style and entertainment for the next season. In addition, bringing dynamics and elegance with monochromatic designs. There’s nothing wrong with an all-white kitchen but there’s a unique factor about adding bold colors, wood paneling and even pairing two different chiffoniers together.
Dark shades of green and matte finishes will become the new requisite colors for any interior designs. These palettes will then bring comfort and a confident look to your home. You don’t need to throw away what you had this year since copper and gold would completely go along with any matte finishes. As for having natural green colors, it would still be a perfect match for any interiors with light and pale pastels.