Pinterest has become so much more than a place where one can trawl gorgeous photos for hours out of boredom. In fact, its practical applications extend to more than just ideating creative projects – it’s become a prime source of trend predictors. For 2017, Pinterest accumulated the most pinned posts and broke down its research into categories that highlighted or indicated forthcoming trends. This savvy step will save you a ton of time researching updates for your home in the coming months. We decided to go a step further and round up the chicest, most eye-catching home trends of 2017 from Pinterest’s hefty list in our gallery, below, to help you whittle down your choices even further.
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Succulents are adorable little marvels, while palm trees are a constant reminder of tropical vacations, but these trendy plants can be difficult to take care of. Enter 2017’s new obsession: climbing plants. This variety – like the pothos plant pictured – are very hardy, very easy to look after, and look absolutely amazing.
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The marble trend has been huge in the past few years, popping up on everything from phone cases to clothes – but it takes on a new form for 2017. If you love Italian accents, you’ll love the Italian-marble accent wall even more. Add a splash of haute sophistication to your home by upholstering one wall of your reading nook or dining room with marble wallpaper for a chic and easy update.
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You might have read about the hygge-lifestyle movement on Savoir Flair before, which means you already know how insanely popular the trend is for 2017. It’s easy to see why: a decorative trend that holds comfort, peace of mind, and happiness as its central tenets was destined to be a crowdpleaser.
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Forget stainless steel; copper is the hottest new decorative metal in 2017. From kitchen appliances and lamp pendants to quirky cut-outs, copper is tonally interesting and eye-catching enough to be the standout piece in any room.
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You might love wood floors, you might love tile floors, but you might really love wood tile floors. The newest trend in flooring for 2017 combines two longtime decorative favorites for surprisingly beautiful results. Lightbulb idea: instead of doing a patio or exterior area with wooden tiles, try it inside, giving a high-traffic area like your foyer an unexpected natural update.