Top trends for the year 2017 are already in full swing and are already present in the latest collections of furniture, home décor and textile. And if today you’re looking for the trendiest fabric for curtains, you will surely find the right option in our article. Whether you opt for top fashion trends, or prefer ever-up-to-date classics, in our selection of best home textile collections you’ll find something to your liking. And to make your choice easier, we have divided all fabrics into small groups: cool and fresh, warm and cozy, dark classics and delicate pastel.
1. Cool and Fresh
These quiet colors will fulfill your home with a sense of lightweight and peacefulness, bringing you tenderly to a spectacular soul-healing sea shore. This is the best color scheme for bedrooms and any other spaces designed for rest.
One of the latest trends is a hue with a very clear name – Niagara:
Magical lavender tint is ideal for falling asleep:
When used reasonably, quiet cold hue of fuchsia gains excellent soothing characteristics:
And the darkest shade in the “cool and fresh” group is saturated crimson reminding of a seaside sunset:
2. Warm and Cozy
This group unites all summer and autumn hues that can warm you up in cold weather and bring some sunlight to the interior. If you need curtains able to cheer you up, choose a hue from this very group.
For instance, something of the color of the year 2017 – greenery:
Or golden yellow – warm, like the afternoon summer sun:
Energetic and saturated fire red color will add summer to your February home:
And a more quiet and noble warm hue is terracotta, which is known for its ability to match any interior color scheme:
3. Dark Classics
Hues that at first glance may seem dull can actually be very sophisticated and stylish, if used carefully. And tastefully selected patterns will never make the space look smaller, but would rather add some spice to an interior.
An ideal companion for any dark tint is silver gray:
4. Delicate Pastel
Fashion will be fashion, but pastel colors will be always favored by those, who avoid bright splashes in their interior and don’t feel like experimenting or taking risks. If this all is about you, choose a tint from this group.
For example, a super popular color of 2017 – pale dogwood:
A little darker hue, which is gaining more popularity, is hazelnut:
The warmest shade in this group is caramel:
And the coldest one is light gray – a win-win choice of many designers and manufacturers: