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Three Decorating Trends That Will Heat Up 2017

Every year there is the new "it" color, wood treatment or counter top material, and 2017 is no different. We have compiled a few trends from national sources for you to pay attention to before you begin building that dream home for your favorite new homeowner.

From Forbes: Outdoor-feeling indoor showers

An outdoor shower is highly desirable but not practical year-round in most areas of the country. To get around the weather dilemma, designers and homeowners are looking to intimate courtyards and strategic site placement to create bathrooms that connect deeply to the outdoors while still maintaining privacy.

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Photo by Milestone Homes - Search contemporary bathroom on Houzz.

From House Beautiful: Matte appliances

The new look for the kitchen is bold without being in-your-face. "An object with a matte finish seems to strip away all other distractions such and surface sheen, forcing the form of the object to speak for itself," says designer Bobby Berk. "Matte can also be a really unexpected finish for objects that are traditionally lustrous or glossy. This surprise can serve as a wonderful layer in your design, adding depth to the overall composition and a counterpoint to other finishes."

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From Vogue: Green

According to celebrity interior designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, who counts Kendall Jenner among his list of clients, green is “strong again.” From lime green to emerald, the hue works throughout the home—whether it’s as a wall color or a room-filling rug. If you’re not too keen on the idea of using green in large doses, Lawrence-Bullard has a suggestion: “Add really fun emerald glasses to your regular white plates and suddenly you’ve got that up-to-the minute look.”

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Photo by Whirlpool.

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