Out with the old, in with the new, design trends that is. Every year there seems to be new trends popping up and old ones fading out. We asked our design team what design trends will be hot in 2017 and you’re the first to know!
Mixing metals and warm metals throughout décor
Metallic, gold, copper, silver are great examples of mixed metal to use throughout your home. An easy way to create the mixed metal look is through your cabinet hardware and lighting fixtures as well as accent with décor pieces.
Bold fixtures and statement lighting
Oversize lighting is trending, especially in the foyer and dining room. Various metals, gold and even wood light fixtures are all great choices for any style of home.
Shiplap Design Trends
Channel your inner Joanna Gaines by adding shiplap accents throughout your home. Create an accent wall by installing shiplap to a large wall, make a statement in your kitchen by adding shiplap to the back of your island, or create a focal point above your fireplace with a shiplap feature wall.
Ceiling beams, coffered ceilings and even shiplap on the ceiling offer a great view from down below.
Navy Cabinets are very popular in kitchens and bathrooms. Pair navy cabinets with white countertops/cabinetry and neutral accents for a classy and elegant look. If you are planning a two-tone kitchen, always use the darker color on the bottom cabinets to avoid a top heavy look.
Natural wood throughout
Use natural wood to create accent walls, mantels, inside ceiling coffers, butcher block countertops, the possibilities are endless
Who knew this 1970 trend would make a comeback! Accenting one wall with wallpaper is a hot design trend right now. Add wainscoting or board and batten to the bottom half of a wall and add wallpaper to the top half to create a timeless look.
Open shelving in the kitchen
Using open wood shelving in the kitchen is becoming an ever popular trend. You can use floating shelves, metal brackets, pipes, you name it! Add neutral dishes, cookware and bakeware to complete the shelves and for storage.
Do you have any of these trends in your home? You can find even more images and inspiration in our gallery.