08 Mar Top 5 home trends for 2017
Moving to a new property, whether you’re buying or renting is an exciting time. And it’s even more exciting when you can put your own stamp on your new property.
If you’re looking to redecorate your new property, or just add personal touch to a room, we have 5 home trends which will be popular for 2017.
Add a touch of glamour to your home with accents of copper. With its versatile uses you can incorporate this fashionable colour into your home, through table settings, light fittings or accessories around the home.
Pronounced “Hoogah” the Danish concept of “Living Simply” has taken the world by storm. Increasing in popularity in online searches by over 200%, you can create the simple, cosy living of Hygge, by simply adding flickering candles, throw some blankets on your sofa and display some of your favourite books on your coffee table.
Navy is the new Black
Now not many people would decorate their rooms black, but navy blue has been growing in popularity for accenting rooms or updating kitchen cabinets. The soothing calm tones of navy blue offers a traditional feel with a modern twist, without making rooms feel smaller – which black tends to do.
Texture, Texture, Texture
Designers are introducing a range of luxury materials for the home for 2017 including velvet, large knits and faux fur. Introducing these textures into your home can bring a sense of comfort to any room.
Another colour which seems to be making its way into home this year is bright green. Maybe a little daring for some, however “Greenery” is meant to represent refreshment and revitalisation – something we could all benefit from, from time to time!
So whether you’ve just bought your dream home and looking to revamp your property, or you’re looking to add a few finishes touches to your rental property, there are few key trends you can get on board with!
Have you got any photos to share of your newly decorated home? Share them with Nina Estate Agents and we’ll share them on our social media pages to show off your handy work!
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