The interior forecast for 2017 is all about bringing comfort, ease, and a sense of personal style to the home. Whether building, remodeling or preparing to sell, fresh design features can make a big difference in the value of a home. Ahead, read some of the top trend predictions for the upcoming year.
Today’s homeowner dreams of a fully automated home that’s controlled via smartphone or voice commands. And if innovative developments in smart-home technology continue as predicted, this fad isn’t fading anytime soon.
7951 Bella Flora Drive, Fort Worth, TX | Listed by Carley Moore and Zareen Khan
Embrace the nature! No home that’s “on-trend” is complete without a touch of nature to bring the outdoors in.
3800 Normandy Avenue, Dallas, TX | Listed by Shell Stegall
Defined Living Spaces
Don’t worry all you open-living design enthusiasts…the reappearance of defined living doesn’t mean open is out. But, as people spend more time immersed in technology at work, it’s becoming more important to have a space to relax at home.
2 Abbey Woods Lane, Plano, TX | Listed by Patti Winchester and Maureen Steitle
Whether it’s continuing a room’s monochromatic theme or adding an unexpected pop, take advice from the experts…don’t be afraid to play with pattern. Geometric tiled floors are known to make a serious statement.
5343 Drane Drive, Dallas, TX | Listed by Caroline Summers
Brilliant, rich-colored walls can instantly create a cozy atmosphere. Colors like ruby, amethyst and sapphire add a sophisticated sparkle to any room.
4229 Edmondson Avenue, Dallas, TX | Listed by Karla & Alex Trusler
The right wallpaper can transform a small space into a home’s stunning centerpiece that is the epitome of luxe comfort. From traditional to classic to bold to graphic – wallpaper is back and here to stay.
1717 Arts Plaza #2009, Dallas, TX | Listed by Faisal Halum
Be bold! Leave behind the all-white kitchen trend of 2016, and introduce a splash of color. Painted kitchen cabinets are a surefire way to keep cuisine colorful.
1701 Dakar Road E, Fort Worth, TX | Listed by John Zimmerman
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