Make a Statement: Print, Pattern and Finishes Trends

See the trendsetting fabrics, wallcoverings, patterns and finishes that define great style in 2017.

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July 28, 2017
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Liquid Metal

A gorgeous copper tile range hood stands out against sleek black cabinets in this kitchen that exemplifies the trend for burnished gradations and suggestive movement in metals.

Mineral Shades

The Riverbed Quartz fabric from StudioNYC is in keeping with the new trend for organic hues and patterns.

Velvet Crush

These traditional wingback chairs are given a glamorous, on-trend update with purple velvet upholstery.

Global Prints

Patterns that waver between classic and global in earthy tones like this Cane Fossil fabric from StudioNYC are figuring prominently in cutting-edge home design.


The opalescent tile backsplash behind this sink gives the room an iridescent glow against the colors of the cabinets and countertop.

Shadow Effect

This Riverbed Fossil print from StudioNYC offers an organic, dreamy approach to color and pattern.


The warm, rich patina of weathered, antiqued, burnished objects is a trending finish in design circles.

Nocturnal Garden

Bold botanicals set against rich, inky blacks and grays to give a new attitude to florals is all the rage this year.

More Mineral

More shades of nature, Current Mineral from StudioNYC looks to ocean waves and hues for its design inspiration.

Geometrics Are Big

In a small space, trending geometric wall coverings can have big impact.

Scenic Landscapes

Transportive wall coverings that take you to another place are on-trend ways to bring interest to your room.

Playful Accents

Plays on classic trompe l'oeil and other witty, fun wall coverings bring a new attitude to home design.

Inspired by Nature

Tide Sandwash fabric from StudioNYC finds inspiration in nature's patterns and colors.


Marbling in wall coverings is a fresh new design-forward way to add interest to your home, especially in a powder room where this approach can yield a big impact.

Artist's Hand

Wall coverings that mimic the look of one-of-a-kind brush strokes, drawings or other human-made artwork are a way to bring originality and indie attitude to your home.

Animal Instincts

Wall coverings featuring flora and also fauna, from leopard spots to butterflies, are trending in home design.

Creative Transitions

Something that will be popping up more and more in home design: a thoughtful mix of wood and other surfaces to create flooring juxtapositions, as in this creative mix from design-forward Cheville Parquet.

Bold Brights

Intense hues and a bold design make this Studio NYC pattern a great representation of new trends.

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