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2017 interior design trends: what's in!


We can't believe we're here, but hello 2017! We saw some fantastic interior design trends in 2016, and we've been keeping an eye on common themes at the moment that keep popping up. We have a feeling that the following interior design trends will be making a mark on the design world this year.


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Terracotta is constantly being pointed to amongst top interior designers as a big trend of 2017. We know, we were suspicious too! However when paired with some vibrant greenery, you'll see why it works so well. This fantastic idea is a gorgeous feature wall, and works fantastic against white.

Dark wood tones

2017 interior design trends - dark floorboardsFantastic blonde wood tones have been getting a lot of attention in recent years, and for good reasons. However in 2017 we will see a favouring of darker wood tones. Rich, earthy and hearty, dark tones add a touch of luxury and timeless glamour to the house.


2017 interior design trends - green plantsGreen-thumbs, rejoice! Injecting organic matter into the interior of the home will be very on-trend in 2017. Calming, breathy and rich in colour, including greenery indoors is a fantastic way to mix urban with nature.

Desert tones

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Closely related to another big 2017 interior design trend, terracotta, earthy tones will also make a big appearance in 2017. Warm and calming, these tones celebrate desert vibes. Think saffron, mustard, and muted orange tones.

Eco-friendly design 

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In the current fast-paced, technology centred world we live in, we continue to see a desire for sustainable, energy-friendly design. Durable materials, and appliances that promote lower energy consumption support both affordability and longevity. Opt for paints that contain less pollutants, and go for eco-friendly materials such as floorboards over carpet.

So there you have it! Do you have a trend you think we've missed? Let us know in the comment section below!