Keep an Eye on 2017 Interior Design Forecast Trends

Keep an Eye on 2017 Interior Design Forecast Trends

For 2017 interior design will reflect emerging themes from the juxtaposition of natural materials and opulent ornamentation to minimalistic designs enhanced with bold, new finishes.

The 2017 interior design trend report from the Delta Faucet Company industrial design team takes into account global travels, industry expertise and consumer insights.

"Our annual trend report creates a greater appreciation of the ever-evolving industry and reinforces why striving for new ways of thinking about design is key to creating both a remarkable space and an innovative product," said Judd Lord, Delta Faucet Company senior director of industrial design. "The Delta Faucet design team takes great pride in our research and innovation process as they ultimately deliver products that inspire and motivate consumers and are designed to last for years to come."

In collaboration with various interior designers, builders and homeowners around the world, this report pairs inspiration with ever-changing consumer design needs and preferences. Following are the anticipated 2017 trends, according to Delta Faucet Company:

Westward Warmth: Striving to add playfulness to neutral tones, fall-inspired moody florals, satin gold and toasted almond oak create a classic design environment within open concept spaces. Intentional curves with nailhead accents or flowing fabric coupled with two-toned molding create inviting environments. Homeowners can incorporate luminous white gold silverware into a tablespace, install a spool-shaped light fixture in an airy room or mix marble and brass for a unique coffee table display to further accessorize and leverage this trend.

Handmade Sophistication: Geo-quilt patterns, deep earthy colors and metal accents align at the intersection of homemade and high-end chic with this welcoming aesthetic. To create a feeling of laid-back sophistication, this trend balances the rough edges of exposed beams and concrete slab floors with cognac leather and dark pewter finishes. Whether an accent doorknob or a coffee-toned media stand with an industrial frame, the opportunities to incorporate this trend are endless and allow for a look that is both affluent and authentic.

Metallic Opulence: Influenced by the Art Deco era, this trend melds one luxurious element after another to deliver a combination of comfort and high-end design. Strong, geometric patterns and dark hues complement softly faceted shapes, matte black accessories and brushed gold finishes. Conversely, metallic accents are balanced with soft textiles in natural greens, strong blues and rosy purples. Coffee and walnut tones juxtapose stone accents for an added touch of elegance to this opulent yet livable design.

American Mod: Perforated metal paired with layered shapes and sophisticated metal blocking work to create a streamlined mid-century trend with modern flair. American Mod continues to gain momentum within the design community as it taps into strong Scandinavian influence via a streamlined aesthetic that emphasizes a mix of geometric shapes. Homeowners seeking a flexible balance between suburban and urban living can incorporate angular elements with soft hand leather, modern blacks and semi-transparent glass to accomplish such a look and feel.

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Topics: Going Green, Home Design & Plans, Interior Design, Kitchen, Maintenance & Repair, Paint | Low VOC and No VOC, Remodeling, Sustainability Trends & Statistics

Companies: Delta Faucet Company

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