Posted on February 9, 2017 by Miller and Smith Blog Team
Looking to give your home a fresh new look for 2017? Check out a few of the top home design trends sweeping the nation in 2017, found within the stunning interiors of our model homes:
Wood Details Have Reemerged.
There’s no question that 2017’s new home design trends rely heavily on patterns and textures – and wood details are no exception to that rule! As you can see in the Great Room of our Foxton model home at Brambleton Evermont Trace, wood offers a rustic yet contemporary take on spaces that would most likely have been laid with stone, ceramic tile or brick based on previous years’ trends, such as on fireplaces, or accent walls.
Marble is Here to Stay.
Marble has been the epitome of elegance in the world of interior design for many years, and it isn’t a trend that is expected to go away anytime soon! You can now get the Marble look for less with gorgeous ceramic tiles that resemble this rich and regal look. You can see some of these stunning tiles in in our Hillwood at Brambleton Evermont Trace.
Cerused Wood is Making a Comeback.
Cerused wood has made quite a splash as of late, being praised by homeowners and interior designers alike for its distinct rustic elegance. It can come in many forms, for example in the Great Room of our Silverton model home at Aspen North, we’re able to achieve this refined rustic look with wallpaper.
Raw Whites Are Always In.
Crisp, clean white accents (and color palettes for that matter) are always in, especially in the kitchen! White color palettes create an undeniably simple yet sophisticated feel, as you can see here in the kitchen of our Hartwood model home at Embrey Mill!
The Devil is in the Nailhead Details.
Upholstery accents like nailhead detailing can create a bold yet classic look to any space, as you can see in the Dining Room of our Foxton model home at Brambleton Evermont Trace. This brilliant design trend lends a bold, intricate design element to otherwise simplistic pieces of furniture.
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Sources: elledecor.com, inman.com, vogue.com, housebeautiful.com, realtormag.realtor.org, houzz.com, forbes.com, wsj.com