Home Design Trends 2017

Design Trends 2017

Every year we look to see what the emerging home design trends will be. We consider predictions from Interior Designers, major paint suppliers, social media platforms, as well as our own experiences from market and trade shows. As a result, we have combined these findings to give you what we consider to be emerging trends for 2017! Check out these great videos and photo’s for your 2017 design inspiration. 

From House & Home

In this video, you will hear what House & Home Editor-in-chief of Beth Hitchcock and interiors director Meg Crossley have to say about what they think about the top 10 home design Trends for 2017.

 

Sherwin-Williams Announces their pick for Color of the Year

Poised Taupe   “It’s like gray and brown had a baby.” It isn’t hot or cold, dark or light, but something in the middle zone.

Poised Taupe creates a cozy lifestyle and brings a sense of sanctuary into our homes. It diffuses the stresses of the world outside our doors — so much so that we feel restored and in balance when we walk across our threshold.: “It signals a new direction in society’s ever-growing thirst for beautiful neutrals that bring warm and cool tones together to create one irresistibly versatile color.” We have to say, this color definitely strikes the balance between bold and subtle.

 

Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year

Shadow 2117-30, is allusive and enigmatic — a master of ambiance.

“It ebbs and flows with its surroundings, and light brings it to life. Rich, royal amethyst can fade into the soft lilac-grey of distant mountains or morph into lustrous coal. Indulge your mysterious side. Let Shadow set the mood.”
—Ellen O’Neill, Creative Director

Pantone color of the year

Greenery 15-0343  A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings. A fresh and zesty yellow-green shade, Greenery evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.
‘Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the reassurance we yearn for amid a tumultuous social and political environment. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose” -Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute

 

Houzz – 28 Design Ideas for 2017

We can always count on the writers at Houzz to give us their take on whats popular in home design trends. Houzz is a website and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement. This is a great resource for ideas and advice on any home improvement project you may be considering.

What home trends and designs are we seeing at Walker Woodworking?

After vising the Kitchen and Bath Industry show (KBIS), in Orlando – January 2017,  our analysis is that these home trends and designs are right on track. Gray is definitely becoming more of a tan and white cabinets with lights wood tones are here to stay. Look for different shades of blue with the antique brass finishes. Splashes of color both bright and dark are also really popular as well. Here are a few examples from some projects we have recently completed.

white-gray-kitchen-cabinets

2017 Home Trends and Designs from Walker Woodworking

Both of these kitchen’s feature white cabinets, and the square style lantern lighting. Especially relevant will be metal finishes. Look for many unique metal finishes this year as they all seem to be increasingly popular now. And no matter which metal finish you chose – it won’t be outdated.

antique brass fixtures, white cabinets

2017 Home Trends and Designs from Walker Woodworking

 

cerused oak bar

2017 Home Trends and Designs from Walker Woodworking

 

Finally, one of our future predictions, is that cerused oak will become increasingly popular and will be used in projects with a modern industrial design. Cerused oak in a flat finish incorporates a nice modern look without the sharp edges of going ‘all in’ on a modern design. Cerused oak finishes can vary greatly from a dark black with a white glaze to fill in the grain, to a light gray or brown. Cerused oak no matter how it is used, is classic.

Tell us what you think? We love to get feedback from visitors. What is your favorite color for 2017? Do you plan to incorporate any of these home design trends for 2017 into your projects this year? Need help? Our design pro’s are here to help, call us today for more information on how we can help you get your project started. Be sure to read our Remodeling 101 series for more information about budgeting and planning your project.

Want to see more? Visit our Pinterest board for some to see some great examples of how Pantone’s Greenery is being used in design.

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