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Deco 2017: Seven Trends to Follow

For making your condo cozy and perfect!

What does 2017 have in store for us in terms of decorating trends?

On the basis of quite a bit of research, we can tell you that we’ll come across many organic materials, pastel colors, greenery, natural materials, etc.

Without further ado, here are the 7 deco trends that caught our attention. Something to think about while you’re hibernating this winter in your beautiful condo!

1. A cork wall for a more natural feel

Photo : Pinterest H&M

The cork wall is a “must-have” in 2017. In addition to being easy to install, it will bring warmth and depth to the room. You can also hang up all your ideas and inspirations.

2. Brass for its chic industrial side

For lamps, tables or even coat racks, brass will find its place anywhere in your interior. We love it for its old industrial style that blends very well with contemporary interiors.

Photo : Pinterest
Photo : Pinterest

3. Nordic style, a timeless trend

A top trend for several years now, the Nordic look continues to seduce those who love refined deco. In 2017, it is characterised by light and pastel colors that accentuate nature and well-being.


4. Enhance your home with marble

Natural materials are hot this year, especially marble. For large spaces or small decorative objects, marble brings an elegant look to your interiors. Try two colors to add more pep!

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5. Interiors that are greener than ever

Winter garden, vegetation wall, suspended plants, there’s something for everyone! In 2017, natural materials and plants that contribute to well-being will be a big and beautiful part of home interiors!

Photo : Dulux Valentine
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6. Wooden Shelves in a Recycled Wine Box

Although it’s more of a DIY (“do it yourself”) thing, you can recycle old wine boxes to make superb shelves and furniture. Very easy to use and customize, they will add a new flare to your decorations in 2017.

Photo : via pinterest
Photo : Marie Claire Maison via Pinterest

7. Minimalist lamps

Clear out the huge lamps and make room for simple and refined lighting. Try suspended or dropped lighting.

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Photo : Muamur via Pinterest

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