Decorating Trends For 2017

Dated: January 3 2017

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Looking to update your home in the new year? We searched what’s new for 2017 in home décor and some of the latest trends might surprise you. Look to move away from grey tones while bringing in some brighter blues, greens and jewel tones. Replace chevron patterns with geo mod designs. Update appliances with black stainless steel instead of polished stainless steel. Have fun with your new look! 

Here is a short list of what's in and what's out.


Blue Navy and Cobalt

Jewel Tones

Bright and deep green

Cork Walls

“Kit Kat” tile backsplash

Geo mod designs

Gold and Brass

Reading Nooks

Terracotta Flooring

Maps as wall murals

Upholstered Bedheads

Rustic Accents

Black Stainless Steel



All White Rooms

Yellow Gold Paint

Subway Tile


White Marble

Chevron Patterns

Naked Windows

Mirrored Furniture

All White Rooms

Accent Walls

Polished Stainless Steel

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Kristen Carey

With more than 10 years of real estate-specific experience, Kristen Carey is both a licensed Realtor and the Marketing Manager of Welcome Home Realty Group. As Marketing Manager, she is dedicated to p....

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