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Home Design Trend Predictions for 2017 Edit Title
As the new year gets closer and closer, many people start wondering what will be “hot” in home design. If you want to stay on top of the latest trends in 2017, here’s a listed created by interior design specialist from OpenAgent - be careful - this is what you need to look out for.
Terracotta is a part of a bigger trend emerging in 2017. If you would like to embrace the “clean rustic” look in your home, terracotta tiles are a great way to add a touch of warmth and age to a room. However, make sure your tiles aren’t decrepit, they should be purposeful additions to the home, not dirty, cracked leftovers from the previous owner.
When leading such busy lives, it is easy to become overwhelmed and exhausting by the constant motion and endless “to-do” list in front of us. In 2017 you can expect to see more people creating rooms or corners in their room designed to help them escape – whether it’s a small nook for reading or sleeping, or an entirely tech free part of the house.
The Colour Green
According to various design experts, green is going to be the colour of 2017. There are many ways to bring this beautiful shade into your home – a piece of furniture, a feature wall, an art piece or even a few plants
In Australia we enter the new year during Summer, so the “desert” style trend for interiors is expected to be popular, especially in the first half of 2017. Whilst remaining relatively minimal and foregoing heavy fabrics, desert style manages to keep colour and texture at the forefront, with interesting rugs, pillows and plants.
The trend of upholstered bed heads has been growing for some time and is expected to experience a huge rise in 2017. It is an excellent way to stray from the traditional wooden bed head, and is so diverse that you will easily be able to find a piece to fit in with the rest of your room.
Say Goodbye To…
Marble and copper have both been staples for the stylish home for a couple of years now, and its time for their reign to end. Though they aren’t materials you should be averse to, be wary of overdoing them and making your house look cheap. Instead opt for smaller copper pieces, like a copper jewellery dish, and classic marble installations, like a bathroom or kitchen bench.
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