Trends in updating home
This is the cheery shade of green you'll see in home decor, fashion and commercial design in 2017.
Keep one on standby for an afternoon nap, or just when the chill of the season hits while you're binge watching your new favorite series.Instead of flawlessly white interiors, 2017 will flaunt rooms accented with navy fabrics or moody blues.Navy is the new face of modern design, and adds a bit of warmth and freshness to clinical rooms that formerly could pass as "contemporary." the past few years, but it is now officially time to stop overworking the color.LED (light-emitting diode) lighting is now available in ventilation fans, in-cabinet light strips and high-end fixtures.LED bulbs last longer than compact fluorescents, are mercury-free and stay cool to the touch.If you do want play with the hue, try using a variation of blue tones — and opt for handcrafted indigo prints (their imperfections will make them seem less like a predictable trend).
A boxy item here and there is fine, but 2017 will be the year rounded edges and circular furniture return.
Image courtesy of Matrix Lighting If you use your garage for more than car storage, a giant screen door might be just your thing.
The garage screen door has its own track system so it does not interfere with the operation of the existing garage door.
Glenna Jean fiona dots wall decals in lilac, $41.99 for set of 70 dots, Bed Bath & Beyond Stick these on walls, dressers and mirrors — they add a fun dot of color and whimsy to any room.
And when they're ready for removal, don't worry about damage to your walls.
Creatives — including interior designers — are flocking to Detroit as its artistic scene grows and the city experiences a design renaissance and more visitor-friendly ambiance.