Every year we see the rise and fall of various colours in interior design. It’s forever changing but every now and then we tend to see a few colours stay around for quite some time, making appearances across our homes, clothing, and more.
It’s not practical to buy new furniture every time trends change, but a few key pieces and additions like cushions and throws can completely transform a room.
We’ve been keeping tabs on the latest trends that we think will make it big in 2017.
While this year we’ve seen many hushed tones – muted pinks, light greys, lilacs – we believe that next year we’ll see more dark and rustic tones making an appearance.
After scouring the Internet and Pantone View Home + Interiors, we predict these will be the next big colours for home interiors. Keep these in mind when mixing up your home style next!
1. Pink – Rose Quartz
After being listed as Pantone’s colour of the year in 2016, we don’t think this soft shade will be disappearing anytime soon. Not only is it light and calming but it can also be used across all aspects of the house, from adding a more comfortable touch to your living room to adding some pops of colour to the kid’s room.
2. Green – Eden
Green, green, green. It’s going to be the new must-have interior colour. The earthy and natural tones of dark green will share a sense of nature, health and wellbeing to the home. Paired with rich floral hues such as pink and yellow, an intense dark green can add a touch of life to any space.
3. Red – Red Dahlia
Deep and bold colours will be all the rage in 2017. Add some warm yellows and orange undertones and this rustic colour will add an earthly and bohemian twist to any home.
4. Blue – Maritime Blue
This traditional shade of navy will add a pop of colour to any room. Not only is this blue striking and crisp, but it can also evoke a sense of tranquility and stability.
5. Yellow – Spicy Mustard
We’ll start to see more mustard and rustic orange tones making their way into home interiors next year. Along with the Red Dahlia, these soothing colours will add a tribal touch to any living space!
Which colours do you love? What do you want to see more of?