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Top five colour trends for 2017

 

If you are the sort of person who likes to be fashionable and operating in line with the current trends, now is the time to start thinking about 2017. Anyone looking to make plans about their property needs to know the top five colour trends for 2017, and that is what we have for you.

Of course, if you listen to one designer or expert, you will likely be told five colours and if you listen to a different expert, you’ll hear five different colours. Your own personal taste should always be important but we’ve reviewed the 2017 colour trend options by experts at Elle, Pantone and various interior design experts and we’re listed five colour trends that will surely be in demand next year.

Grey

We’ve surely moved on to a point where this colour can be mentioned with references to that book or film. Grey is a timeless classic and it is never a bad choice but in 2017, grey is definitely back and ready to have an impact on your property. Grey is flexible, it works well on a range of fabrics, materials and items. The tip for next year is clean and crisp but there will be times when a darker grey, verging towards brown, will create a strong look at your home.

Strong green

If you want to feel bolder and a lot more confident, opting for a strong green is the perfect way to give yourself a visual pep talk every day. This is a vibrant and bold choice, one that evokes nature and the outdoors, so it should give you a sense of freedom. Green works well with a range of colours so it can also be used to give this year’s items a new lease of life.

Sunshine yellow

We’re not quite at the end of 2016 yet but it is fair to say that this has been a tough year to get through. Whether your focus has been on politics, the economy or popular culture, there has been low moments in 2016 and there is a sense that people need to brighten things up in 2017. Anyone looking for a shot in the arm will find that adding sunshine yellow to their property is sure to be a fantastic way to feel cheerier and more optimistic about life.

Pastel pink

Similarly, anyone looking for a comfortable and homely feel will find that pastel pink is on trend. This will make you feel at home but it will also add a sense of life and fun to the home. The hygge movement has been about comfort and warmth but it hasn’t had a sense of fun. If you are looking to brighten up your surroundings while still keeping things upbeat, pastel pink is a fantastic choice.

Dusky blue

This colour aims to recreate the sense of the ocean and will hopefully spread a sense of calm around the home. This style of blue will go with virtually everything so you should be able to add it to your home with ease and it’ll never be unfashionable, even if it isn’t at the forefront of people’s tips and recommendations.

As long as you have confidence in what you do, any colour can be justified but if you want to be fashionable in 2017, these are five colour trends you should look out for and try to adopt around your home.

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