The design community estimates the trends, design looks, products and methods that they think will be big in the new year, and today we will bring you some of the hottest Home Decor Ideas for this spring.
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“While Pantone just named ‘Greenery’ as its color of the year, we also have started to use similar shades of green in our projects. We feel the color is representative of fresh beginnings and works well with organic textures.” – Joe Nahem, of Fox-Nahem Associates.
Our clients want their residences to feel luxurious but also welcoming, warm, and most importantly, authentic. This means creating spaces that feel highly personal with a piece of original art, beautiful accessory, bespoke lighting or custom furnishing. – Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design Inc.
Design does not just have to be one dimensional and themed by a specific genre of influence. In 2017, I feel interiors will become even more layered with contrasting elements and periods of style.” – Ohara Davies-Gaetano, of Ohara Davies-Gaetano Interiors
“Dyed parchment is a big trend that will be in our interiors. We are also using it in several pieces from our first capsule collection, which we will be launching next year.” – Karen Howes, of Taylor Howes
“Open, communal living spaces where friends and families gather to eat, converse, write, work, entertain and be entertained, and even sleep, will continue to gain popularity as a way to get comfortable in a world of rapidly accelerating changes” – Katie Leede, of Katie Leede & Company
“An appreciation for antiques is definitely on the rise with a younger generation. I believe that in 2017 we’ll be incorporating antique and vintage pieces more into modern designs, creating beautiful, layered settings.” – Neal Beckstedt, of Neal Beckstedt Studio
“In 2017, I hope to see transparency as a trend in home design as well as in the world at large. Acrylic and lucite bring a sense of order and weightlessness.” – Ed Ku, of Coffinier Ku Design
“For 2017, I think the main trend will be a sense of purity with clean lines.” – Francis Sultana