Furniture trends 2017 — Metals and nature-inspired
Here’s a look at the top trends – including muted gold accents – that will dominate furniture design for months to come.
Make your home stand out with bold, metallic, gold-finished furniture, like the Boca Do Lobo Metamorphosis dining table, price upon request, from Covet House (pictured). Not just statement-making, they also give interiors a touch of luxury. These ￼￼eye-catching surfaces pair well with materials such as wood, glass and marble for a refined look.
Eclipse Linoleum coffee table, from $2,173, from Kuhl Home.
Kartell Componibili storage by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, from $139, from Space Furniture.
Soften the look of a concrete jungle with nature-inspired furniture. From fabrics with botanical and floral motifs, to textural surfaces reminiscent of leaf veins, bring nature and greenery indoors (and style you home with plants for a restful ambience).
Madame De La Soir Azure fabric on armchair by Santorus, from Bode.