At the end of 2016 we have to say goodbye at some of the huge trends that we really loved this year and make room for new, elegant and dreamy trends. Here is a list with eight deco trends that will be out in 2017:
Probably the most popular material in 2016, copper was seen everywhere this year and we had enough of it and also of rose gold. That’s why they will be replaced by more precious materials and your home will look more luxurious. In that note, black steel and the burnished metals will be the new stars of your home.
2. Open spaces
An open space creates more clutter, that’s why in 2017 the rooms will be hidden by black steel doors and big furniture, to give the illusion that a space is well divided. The old homes will serve as an example and our new homes will feel more organized.
3. Subway tiles
From your bathroom, kitchen to a coffee shop or pub, subway tiles are everywhere. That’s why their popularity is decreasing and they will be soon replaces by long and thin tiles like fingers or the kit-kat tiles.
All the leafs in vases will be soon replaced by statement plants like small lime tress, olive trees and other indoor plants that will look dreamy in your home.
The marble furniture and deco objects may be out in 2017, but the faux marbled wallpaper will be very popular. So, instead of buying heavy and expensive pieces, try a simple and inexpensive solution.
The artwork with quotes won’t be that popular in the New Year, especially the ,,Keep calm and … ” posters. They will be replaced by botanical artwork and famous pictures from photographers like Helmut Newton.
All the things in your home have to be practical and useful, that’s why a lot of industrial deco pieces that had only an aesthetical purpose will be out in 2017. Instead, designers will use cool and industrial pieces that will be more practical in your home.
8. ,,All antique”
Antique pieces won’t be matched together anymore, but instead will be paired with new and cool items to give your home a modern feeling. So the new spaces will be a blend between past and present, dreamy right?