This upcoming year interior design trends looking very rich and exciting. If you think about the following categorise like: colours, materials, patters, they all will be oozing with opulence.
Rich jewelled tones – Bohemian style
These jewel tones will go hand in hand with the soft pastel colours. Vibrant greens, purples and ruby reds mixed with soft pinks and blues. A mixture of romance and Bohemian.
In 2017 I think there’ll be a trend to move into designing your home in upbeat colours as I think people are becoming more colour conscious and increasingly aware of how this can affect the mood of the house.
Earthy colours are set to become increasingly popular in 2017: powdery pink, terracotta, sand, ochre, cinnamon, rust, olive green. They provide a great way to introduce subtle colour into muted schemes, so they work brilliantly in minimalist.
In 2017 people will display a more conscientious approach to consumerism, preferring more quality solutions and natural materials. Plants are going to be the must-have decoration for the house and they will inspire the colour palette for wall paint together with Africa (ochre, rust, burgundy).
Luxury is something the Brits excel at. 2017 will see more of the wonderful work from both existing furniture brands.
2017 is getting its 70s groove on, and will turn into a year full of contradictions in pattern, texture and colour.
All about the velvet
2017 is all about use of velvet. The opulence of colour, patter and shape will be enhanced this year with the soft and smooth feel of velvet.
When comes to houses I am real addict! Not for owning, although that would be amazing, but for admiring their beauty, functionality, design and decor! This house seems to fit the bill! Set in New York state, USA its elegant design and clean lines makes me wanna visit.
Imagine taking your friends there and having time of your life or spending relaxing time with your family. I think this house can serve you on different levels. What I like about it is clean lines, understated furniture also reclaimed pieces, mixture of wood, white wall and furniture makes that space feel cozy, warm and relaxing.
I am there wearing my sunglasses with a mojito, seating on the side of the pool!
How will interior design trends affect your spaces in 2016?
Modern interior design ideas are constantly changing. New materials, rapid tech innovation and creativity create modern interior design trends that rarely stand still. What was fresh and inspiring two years ago may not necessarily be stylish and interesting today.
Simple colour schemes or black and white decorating ideas with an accent colour are all the rage. Impressive centrepieces and oversize furniture and lighting fixtures create a great focal point in your main living space. Subtle and soft colour design, interior design and decorating ideas in retro styles are definitely worth considering. Minimalist, sculptural and textured designs add character and interest to modern interiors.
Mixing old and new interior design idea and fusing styles create stylish, comfortable and interesting living spaces. Softly curved lines, organic shapes and natural colour schemes with stunning accents dramatically change interior design and decor.
Salvaged wood, stone and metal are popular. Modern materials, especially rustic wood, natural light wood and exotic woods offer key tones. Warmly glowing gold and majestic bronze, elegant granite and luxurious marble add sophistication to the mix.
Decorative backsplashes have been popular for a while now. Designers are expecting to see their clients moving towards more geometric patterns that feature fluid movement. Cement and even wood will play a significant role in achieving this. Whether it is a backsplash, an intricately patterned floor or a countertop, fluid geometry is coming in strong.
From the foam in our sofas to the the foundations that prefab homes are laid on, sustainability is at the heart of anything that is being manufactured today. Recycling, repurposing, reinventing and reusing are all things that clients are beginning to consider when they make purchases today.