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Home decoration trends in 2017

Every year brings new and unique decoration ideas. Obviously, 2017 is not going to be any less different so we will tell you what the upcoming trends will be over the next few months. Thanks to the following ideas, you can adapt your home according to the latest trends. 

The first idea that we will talk about relates to colour as it is capable of influencing people's mood in a very remarkable way. In addition, colours tend to change the perception of size in certain spaces. In this sense, everything seems to indicate that relatively dark blues mixed with celestial, as well as greens, oranges and yellows will be the real stars during the next twelve months. Of course, the classic white and gray will not go out of fashion thanks to the excellent relationship they have with modern and minimalist decorative styles.

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Since the topic of styles has already been referred to, we will continue talking about them. The Nordic decor trends will continue to be fashionable in 2017 as they have been around for many years. However, the 'vintage' look seems to be regaining momentum thanks to its fantastic mix of classic and traditional elements and other more up-to-date and daring designs. In fact, the variants of this style will be the 'cottage' and the 'shabby chic'. On the other hand, the industrial style will continue to grow slowly and gaining adherents little by little to reach a place of privilege in the world of interior design.

While in terms of eco friendly materials, those obtained from renewable sources and not harmful to the environment, will remain the protagonists in most decorative trends. Cork deserves special mention. This is a product that, on the one hand, is natural, ecological, recyclable and renewable and, on the other hand, acts as the best known thermal and acoustic insulation material. Cork can be used for both flooring and the walls.

Likewise, wood will continue to maintain its protagonism role, though it is true that this material is obtained from sustainable environmental processes. In addition, the natural and light shades will predominate without the need to varnish. On the other hand, marble will also continue to be important in kitchens and bathrooms, especially as part of the furniture and auxiliary accessories. This trendy material also seems to be seen more on kitchen walls rather than tiles.

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