Why wait for spring to revamp your home décor? Whether you're ready for a total renovation or simply want to add a splash of the newest "it" color to your bedroom, the new year is the perfect time to freshen up your home. Thankfully, Pinterest did the work for us by digging through billions of pins from the last year to find emerging trends in various categories. Here are the top home décor trends from that list — called the Pinterest 100 for 2017 — that you'll be seeing everywhere in 2017.
One of last spring's hottest design trends has made its way onto your walls.
Navy Blue Interiors
Gone are the days of all-white interiors. Whether you reupholster your couch with navy fabric or paint your kitchen island a moody blue, this dark shade will give your home a modern and fresh vibe.
Pronounced "hoo-ga," this Danish concept roughly translates to a feeling of cozy contentment and is how the Danes survive their notoriously long, cold winters. So upgrade your throws, light a few candles and hunker down until spring comes.
Don't feel like you need to buy a new couch or paint a whole room to freshen up your home decor. Sometimes a new plant is all it takes. Climbing plants like the pothos have surged in popularity on Pinterest more than 250 percent since September.
Metallics are still trendy as ever, but copper will be the metal of choice for 2017 according to Pinterest.
Buh-bye, subway tile. This rustic take on "tile" is the it thing for 2017.
Take minimalism to the max next year with everything from clear frames to see-through coffee tables.
Not only do heated floors keep your toes toasty in the winter, they can also heat entire rooms using less energy than traditional heating methods.
The country-chic style that Chip and Joanna Gaines made popular with their HGTV show Fixer Upper will still be on-trend in 2017.
Give your bedroom a tiny makeover with a set of new nightstands—these ones here are easy to DIY and don't cost a fortune.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.