5 Top-Notch Home Trends To Try

2017 Home Trends

If you’re thinking about remodelling or renovating your home in the near future, chances are you’ll want to ensure you’re at the very forefront of current design trends. These five innovative ideas are sure to give you a head-start when creating a property that’s the best looking on your street as well as tapping into 2017’s hottest looks.

1. Glorify Green:

Dark green is going to be all the range next year, with it creating the ideal Wintery Scandi backdrop for tan leathers, brass lamps and natural linen. Try using it in cushions or decorative items to inject depth and bring in the colours from The Great Outdoors, as seen above with our chic patio awning.

2. Think Pink:

Once a colour purely associated with girl’s bedrooms, pink has come on leaps and bounds, with 2017 expecting to see this sophisticated shade used for wall colour, furniture pieces and adorned on stylish accessories.

3. Upgrade Your Appliances:

Today’s kitchens are rapidly combining sleek surfaces with functionality and this is a trend that’s only expected to escalate as we move into 2017. If you’re currently building or remodelling your kitchen we’d suggest paying extra attention to this area for a contemporary, modern finish whilst making your home all the more appealing to future buyers.

4. Consider Cork:

Cork is set to make a comeback in 2017 with designers recognising its excellent versatility and eco-friendly credentials. Team this trusty substance with glass for a natural effect or adhere to walls to add texture as well as creating a great place to store memos and office inspiration.

5. Sombre Shades:

Whilst light and breezy tones have made waves in 2016, next year is all about the dark, moody hues which enhance ambience and add drama. If you’re worried a vibrant shade may be too overwhelming for your space, start by covering a small area of your walls and build up the colour to suit your taste.

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