If you’re renovating or building a new home, look out for the following trends to include, and those to avoid, for 2017.
Warm materials such as terracotta tiles will replace currently popular cool and white tones.
Cork is making a comeback. Not only is cork a stylish material idea that adds warmth and texture to spaces, it’s also ideal for absorbing noise in our increasingly large, open plan homes.
3. Dark green
Dark shades of green will become the new must-have dark interior color as we say goodbye to navy and midnight blues.
Homes with nooks and places to retrieve will become more popular as humans react to our increasingly technological lives.
6. Jewel tones
Pastel shades of pink and blue will soon be overtaken by jewel tones inspired by metals, space, stars, clouds and the cosmos.
Copper and rose gold will be out. In its place, a more industrial aesthetic is anticipated.
With marble homewares all the rage in the mass-produced homewares market, expect a sharp decline in interest.
3. Quote artworks
After years of popularity, consumers will predictably move away from quote artworks.
4. Open plan living
Defined living spaces are returning to modern homes as consumers seek more private home layouts.
6. Subway tiles
Modern bathrooms and kitchen commonly feature the humble subway tile due to the affordable price point and its versatile look. However, the explosion of this look will see its popularity decline.