Posts Tagged ‘Color of the year’

Decorating Trends for 2017

Comfort with a touch of luxury best describes decorating trends for 2017.  I can’t imagine a better way to entertain guests and family in your home with big comfy couches and luxurious fabrics.  With new technology upgrades people are choosing to stay home and entertain in the comfort of their own home.

2017 Colors of the Year

Color is so important when it comes to decor.  Do you even know how many white paint colors there are? Who would ever imagine choosing a white paint color would be so difficult? The fashion trends that come down the runway dictate a lot about what styles and color you will see in furniture trends.  Below you will find some of the most popular colors of the year. I just did a guest bedroom for a client in a deep purple and white and it looked so rich and luxurious.

Pantone's 2017 color of the year is Greenery. www.yourstrulyjenn.com

Pantone’s color of the year is Greenery.

Benjamin Moore’s is Shadow (deep purple)

Glidden’s is Byzantine Blue

Dunn Edward’s is Honey Glow (mustard Yellow)

Sherwin Williams’ is Poised taupe

Greenery office e-design board highlighting Pantone's 2017 color of the year. www.yourstrulyjenn.com

Mixing metals is still in. YEAH! Shiny brass is making a come back and copper is here to stay. I’m happy about copper sticking around for a while. I am really into that look and it matches a lot of the dishes and decor that I own. No matter what the current trend is, buy things that are classic that will stand the test of time. Especially if they are expensive purchases. Items like pillows and accessories are easier to replace and are less expensive so those are good items to switch out and play around with.  These items can be your trendy “fun” pieces that you can experiment with using bold pops of color.

Whether your fave spot is a glamorous fur chair, a masculine leather recliner, or a plush one and a half chair; whatever furniture fits your style will work in 2017. Remember to make a personal statement in your decor and be yourself and your home will be a reflection of your style and personality.

Yours Truly,

Jenn