2017 Interior Trends Coming to Life at Drury Design

Home Design, Kitchen Design

Here’s what we see taking center stage in the coming year.

As we bid farewell to 2016, we turn our attention to one of our favorite things—seeing what the new design trends will be. We hope some of these will spark ideas for your own home.

Minimalism rules.

A simpler, cleaner aesthetic is the key to 2017 interior trends. Minimal lines and muted colors are very exciting—greys and taupes aren’t going anywhere for a while, but some darker, richer tones and even navy are becoming popular.

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At Drury Design, we love this minimalist direction. It seems to fit with our clients’ desire to declutter their lives and spend more time on the things that really matter. And there’s no end to the beautiful, layered effect you can create with simple lines, colors, and textures.

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Eclectic is everything.

Not everyone is ready to go sleek and modern, and those who prefer things a little more traditional are finding ways to put their own stamp on spaces. Personal touches are pulling people in a more transitional direction, and giving them more creative freedom, which is always a great thing.

Tech takes center stage.

As mobile devices grow more omnipresent, homes are learning to adapt. Integrated and concealed charging stations are becoming the rule, and appliances that can be controlled by a smartphone help busy families manage their lives.

Brass is back.

Don’t worry—it’s not the polished brass of the 90s. The gold tones of brushed brass or copper can add a warm, elegant touch to cabinets and fixtures. These can be perfect complements for some of the more heavily grained wood and brushed paint finishes we’re seeing.

Neo mid-century modern.

While you may not see much about this in design magazines or other blogs yet, at Drury Design, we anticipate a fresh take on mid-century modern. It won’t be long before this so-significant design movement finds its voice again.

What’s on the wane? Heavy ornamentation seems to have run its course and antiqued and glazed finishes are being replaced with solid stains and paints with more subtle texture. This fits with the move toward the visual and physical decluttering of more minimalist design trends.

If you’re ready to consider an update, visit our gallery on Houzz.com to explore ideas and talk to Drury Design about bringing these 2017 interior trends into your own home. We can help you stay on-trend without being “trendy.” You can also stop by the studio anytime to check out design trends.

Remember, our in-home consultations are always free. Call us at 888.444.1055 to get started.ne”.