Trends are finding their way into all sorts of areas of life: fashion, nutrition, fitness – and also living. Furniture, wallpaper and fabrics adapt to the time and taste and are constantly changing. Often, trends from the USA or Scandinavia also come to Germany with a time delay.
If you want to be up to date, you should look abroad. But which living trends are particularly popular in 2017, what should not be missing in a modern home and how do you still stand out from the crowd?
Simple, clear design: Nordic style still popular
The Nordic style of living is a trend that has been going on for quite some time and will continue to be modern in 2017. It is characterized by clear lines and minimalist designs and focuses on bright colors.
Rustic, such as old wooden furniture , are combined with a reduced device and thus skilfully staged. Textiles such as pillows, blankets and skins complete the Nordic picture.
Green thumb – plants are trendy
The “Urban Jungle” style is still in demand – so to get a small jungle in your own four walls. Lots of green in the form of succulents, cactuses and other plants. This fits perfectly with the color trends of 2017: greens, blues and grays are particularly in demand.
This complements well with filigree, metallic details, which will experience a high this year. So-called “hairpin legs” on furniture – ie narrow legs made of metal – symbolize this trend.
Individuality despite trends – that’s how it works
The problem with trends is that many people follow them. Often there is the individuality on the track. In order to give your home a personal touch between all the trendy objects, you can access individually designed furniture. With a personalized wall unit For example, it creates a successful bridge between retro and modern.
And a cabinet in a timeless design can easily adapt to any trend – and it always remains unique.
There are various trends that are fun and inspirational. Colors, fabrics and furniture can be designed in a modern way to bring a breath of fresh air into your own home.
With individually designed furniture or cherished pieces, one’s own personality can be brought into the home – creating a home in which one feels comfortable.