If you are looking to update your home décor, whether to sell your house or just to give it a refreshing new look, here are ten décor trends to avoid in 2017.

Brass

While this metal can bring a shiny appeal, overuse of it may be, well, overwhelming.  If you love this look, try mixing metals and/or using them as small accent pieces.

Edison Bulbs

It seems that designers have become bored with the industrial décor theme, and old fashioned hanging bulbs are out. Instead, try retro lighting that appeals to you and fits with your home décor.

All White Rooms

2017 will leave all white rooms behind in favor of rooms in bold colors such as navy blue.  Navy is the new face of modern design and adds warmth and freshness to previously pristine, yet clinical feeling rooms.

Indigo Needs to Go

This hue has been everywhere the past few years and has worn out its welcome.  If you like this color, try using a variation of blue tones instead.

Sharp Edges

A boxy item here and there is ok, but in 2017 rounded edges and circular furniture will be making a comeback.  It’s time to “take the edge off” and create calm and comfortable spaces.

DIY Everything

If you are a crafty, creative person, there is nothing better than spending a rainy afternoon on a DIY project. But if everything in your home décor is DIY, it’s time to make a change. In 2017 easy and quick crafts are out and artisanal works that require a high skill level are in.

Brushed Metal

With the overall industrial décor trend going by the wayside, it’s time to say goodbye to burnished metals.  Warmer, shinier metals like bronze and gold will take their place.

Smooth and Sleek Rooms

The simplicity of a smooth and sleek room is going to be a thing of the past as we move into 2017.  This year you will want to transform your room with texture adding warmth and charm to previously “flat” rooms.

Oversized Furniture

Oversized furniture will exit in 2017 as space becomes more important in home décor. Space efficient furniture will take its place.

Chevron

Designers are now avoiding the zig zag pattern of Chevron, especially prints that have only two to three colors, which can sometimes look cheap and two-dimensional.

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