The trends that will disappear in 2017

The trends that will disappear in 2017

It's hard to see that a deco idea we like goes out of style. For us, it was for example the fabulous leaf prints Palm. At first, it was nice to see the walls covered with cheerful papers, adding a touch of color to the white or gray walls that usually flood Instagram photos. Then, it happened: We started to get tired of seeing those prints over and over again. What was once refreshing began to be a bit boring. And like any trend, there is a time when it will cease to be.
And that moment will be 2017.
Sheet prints (like the photo wallpaper, above) is one of the many trends that suffered such a fate in 2016. There were also a carpet Very specific that almost all the photos in instagrma:

We have many questions about how this carpet (which, for the record, is made by the Beni Ourain tribe) became The Carpet. It was a gift for all bloggers of decoration? How could everyone keep this white carpet so clean? And why did everyone suddenly decide to have a diamond design on their floor?
Another trend that went out of style, have been the Decorative signs and signs. We didn't think it would be possible to get tired of a simple symbol like an arrow, but here we are.

There is also a category of colors that in 2016 went into oblivion, although we loved them. We are talking about neons (and other bright tones). It is not so much that we are tired of the bright ones, but how they have been used to add a touch of color to any room. Instead, why not use an intense color in a broader way, rather than with a single chair? We will avoid shyness in 2017.

Not all trends were bought. There was a DIY technique that became ubiquitous at an almost maddening level: Chalk painting on vintage furniture. We know that not all old furniture can be saved, and that painting can give them a new life in an elegant way. However, we have witnessed people who have abused this trend during 2016, covering really good pieces of wood (such as classic mid-century offices, tables or shelves) with layers of paint. Second-hand stores are now full of discarded antique furniture thanks to a coat of paint in an attempt to give them a touch… more vintage? It hurts us to see how it happened to unique pieces.
The list would be complete without the simple wallpaper that became the house brand for Joanna Gaines, and that became a real fever on Pinterest. That would be: wooden slats or Shiplap.

You can't imagine how the trend of giving it a fashion look From farm to house. That is what he was shiplap in 2016

Via: Country Living US