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 hip 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 a while now 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.