Interior Trends for the Year 2017
We’re past the mid-year mark, which means that it’s time to look forward to the trends for next year. Before you commit to getting those blonde cabinetry for your next renovation, Brickworks already enlisted the Australian Trend Forecast to check on the 2017 interior design trends that will surely be a hit among homeowners, so you might want to check them out.
2017 Interior Design Trends You Need to Check Out
This one uses cool grays, taupes, and duck eggs combined with nude, soft peaches, apricots, blush, and dusky pinks to vibrant rose.
Named after the goddess of the earth, this theme calls for a harmonious combination of earthy shades like rust, bronze, and plenty of greens. Think of colors like citrine, antique gold, chestnut, and petrol for accents.
This is achieved using the elementary palette of sand, gray, biscuits, pearls, and bright lava, which can ignite passion and tactile discovery.
Satins, greige, pebbles, graphites go well together with slick and inky black in a catty combination.
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These 2017 interior design trends show that people are looking into romance, with a more subtle approach to color, and natural materials taking center stage. Kim Chadwick, director of the Australian Trend Forecasting, said, “We’ll be seeing the full spectrum of dreamy sunrise shades, from blush to smokey pinks, salmon, coral, and even apricot as a beautiful complement to cool grays—our dominant neutral palette at the moment.”
When it comes right down to it, 2017 is full of soft whispers rather than bold shouts. “The color palette is definitely more subdued tones. From blush to duck egg blues, white, grey and black, copper and aged metals, and lots of timber and concrete,” Kim shared. “Another stand-out trend for 2017 is raw materials. Natural clay, stone, concrete, uncoated timber, metals. In terms of color, the strongest for exteriors is black and all shades of grey.”
For their Style Inspiration Project, Brickworks used these nine scheme boards to help you select the right colors and materials for your own renovation—basically a fool-proof way of creating a perfectly balanced space. Check them out below.