Now that we are halfway through the year it’s time to take a look at the 2017 color trends that are turning heads.
Although there are still 6 months left until the end of the year we can say that 2017 has been one of the most innovative years in terms of interior design trends, especially when it comes to colors, with unexpected color popping out everywhere.
Keep reading for a mid-year color trend report.
A mix of bold colors in encouraged. You can always choose a room in your house and embrace the lovely mix of colors and patterns, the options are endless, you can use it on furniture or on an accent wall.
Blush pink is one of the trendy colors of 2017. It’s an easy to color to mix and match as it looks great with any neutral, from grays to creams, and from black to white. It also fits beautifully in every room, but especially in the bedroom.
Scandinavian and Bohemian styles have been so on trend that they redefined the neutrals. Warmer color palettes are now the new neutrals, with a range of color of beiges, browns, and creams that look great in every time of décor item.
Navy & Gold Combo
A luxury color pairing. While the blue will certainly be the focus of the ambiance, gold accents add the perfect amount of opulence to a room. You can choose any type of accents, from lighting fixtures to bar carts, it’s all up to you.
See more ideas here: 6 Ways to Use the Trendy Navy Blue and Gold Color Scheme
Bright & Blue Kitchens
Besides adding a serene vibe to any kitchen, a study discovered that homes with blue kitchens generally sold for more $$ than they would without a blue kitchen. And it also looks stunning!
Camel is the ultimate warm neutral. If you were intrigued by that trend this one might just be perfect for you. It’s a great color to mix and match as it looks great with any color palette, from vibrant to neutral.
According to Pantone, green is the color of the year. Most pf all, tropical green is incredibly trendy right now, from furniture to tropical themed décor this color is everywhere!
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