2012 Trends: Redecorating Your Home

2012 is just around the corner: here is the list of new colors and trends for designing your home:
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1. Metal,Glass & Wood Furniture Trend 2012
2) Tufted Furniture Trend 2012

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Lighter Furniture Trend 2012

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Mirrored Furniture Trend 2012

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Curved Legs Furniture Trend 2012

6) Oak Furniture Trend 2012

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French Furniture Trend 2012

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Bright Coloured Furniture Trend 2012

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Earth Toned Furniture Trend 2012

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Furniture Collecting Tips 2012

According to furnitureinteriordesign.com:
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e are the colors that will be used in the home in 2012:

According to HGTV.com: here are some of 2012 new color trends for interior design:

Here are some vibrant colors of 2012:



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2 comments:

  1. Here in the UK we think the trend is toward these brighter, more cheerful colours, in the UK shoppers tend to hide in the dark winter and emerge as the spring starts and buying these sort of colours to boost their mood, because of the economic slowdown they might need a bigger boost this year, but that's the job of a decent futon seller (to chheer people up)

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  2. Changing the paint color of your wall would be the least expensive thing you could do when planning to redecorate your house. In addition, this could add more appeal to the overall appearance of your home.

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