Homeware Trends for 2017
Don’t panic! The marble vase you just bought is likely to stay in style for 2017- but it might be wise to display it only in your bathroom.
start of a new year, comes the start of new trends in home décor. Copper
and marble dominated the popular scene in 2016 but it’s time to phase these favourites
out and introduce some new fresh flavours to your home.
Update your home décor with these 2017 interior design trends.
New Home Decor Trends For 2017
1. Green is in!
Think deep jewel tones and bring some touches of emerald to your home décor in 2017. If adding green to a room makes you nervous then start by introducing it in small doses. Think decorative cushions and textured blankets and throws. Alternatively try swapping out your plain duvet cover for something brighter. The Martinique Duvet Cover Set by Savona will instantly transform your bedroom into a tropical jungle paradise.
2. Muted Colours
Muted tones work well when contrasted with pops of colour. Grey remains a strong contender for overall appeal as like black and white, it ties in well with most other colours. Try layering different tones of grey to help create depth and interest in your décor. Combine different textures together such as cotton, wool and silk to provide variety and warmth. You can easily update the look of any room by adding in new soft furnishings and linens. Simply add cushions in an array of complimentary muted tones to your lounge suite to give an instant lift.
3. Bye Bye Copper. Hello Bronze!
us moving away from the over-saturated copper market and onto other coloured
metals. If you love copper, then the good news is you’ll probably also love
bronze. Bronze works much like copper with its eye-catching appeal. Use to create
a statement and to add warmth into a cooler colour palette. We love this
Bronze Cushion by Mulberi, ideal for your living room or bedroom.
4. Space to Escape
the majority of us exhausted and in need of an escape. Make your home your own
tranquil space to unwind and relax in comfort. Open plan living spaces are on
the way out as people are drawn to defining spaces within their homes for
recharging in privacy. What better place to escape and unwind then in your
bedroom? Think plenty of pillows,
waffle knit blankets and warm, dim lighting. Some
luxury sheets wouldn’t go amiss either.