2017 is now in full swing, and whilst we try and understand where the year has gone, we think it’s time to take stock of some of the biggest design movements of this year so far. Supplier of bedroom furniture Glasgow, DM Design, has identified some of the hottest bedroom design trends of 2017 which we have shared with you below.
More than ever, people are making a statement with their headboards, or incorporating them into the design and appearance of the room. An unusual headboard can set the theme of a bedroom (modern and clean or decadently Victorian?) add a different texture or incorporate a statement colour to add another layer to the palette.
Keep it fresh with foliage
The interior design industry as a whole is welcoming the outside in this year. Whether it’s fresh plants in vases or jars, potted plants and cacti or wooden and natural products, fresh and green is the order of the day. Extend this into the bedroom by filling glass dishes and vases with fresh, low-maintenance greenery.
Colour yourself cool
Design trends this year have tilted towards both relaxing sage greens, and deeper, more decadent jewel colours. This gives you two options when bringing this into your boudoir. You can either create a mellow, pale green Scandi environment for a more relaxed space, or throw in some sapphire blues and emerald greens and up the feeling of luxury. Just want to nod to the colour trends? Add cushions and throws in some of these hews.
Gold is the metallic of choice when it comes to bedroom furniture. Whether it’s adding an extra level of embellishment to statement headboards, or it’s on lamps, vases and other ornaments, make sure you’re choosing gold ahead of copper for a real 2017 feel in the bedroom.
Mixed patterns become prevalent once again in 2017, with designers (and the homeowners that follow) becoming more daring when mixing their fabrics. Aztec prints are being teamed with bold stripes, paisley with florals and florals with florals – everyone in 2017 is getting in the mix. Some golden rules? Keep at least one key colour running through the different prints, choose one to dominate and the rest to compliment, and otherwise – go with your gut on what you like.