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One of a kind or difficult to find pieces will be popular in 2014.  Adding something different, unique and special to your designs is an easy way to put a unique personal accent on a design, which is a refreshing way to separate one from another designer.

The main colors that were chosen for both the interior and the exterior of the house are turquoise and beige. It’s a very beautiful combination and here they were used perfectly. The façade of the house has a classical look and it immediately gives us a hint for the color palette used throughout. The interior is very charming. It’s very charming and relaxed but it’s also elegant and chic. The main living area features a lovely fireplace, turquoise walls with matching armchairs and wooden furniture that creates a beautiful contrast.

The dining room“s decorative chandelier plays off of the textures in the velvet Beacon Hill fabric used for the dining chairs.

It’s difficult to find the perfect balance between functionality and style and it’s even more difficult to do that when you have some specific in mind for the design. This beautiful house is a charming residence with a simple and casual look but at the same time with lots of elegant details and an overall fresh look. This two-storey property was the creation of Structures Building, a custom home builder out of Charleston, South Carolina.

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In 2014 there’ll be a move towards versatility.  Instead of having one set look, we’ll see a base hues enlivened with accents of color which’ll bring a monotonous box into a fresh lively room.  We’re talking bright chromatic splashes over unsaturated undertones.  It’s a fresh and lively trend which invigorates the senses and perks up the spirit.

Glamorous and bold, making use of blues, interesting accessories and metallic lamp stand.

A striking oil painting by Craig Alan hangs above a warm-toned antique desk, greeting visitors as they sweep through the house and ascend the stairway.

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Floral designs and chint textiles, as per the picture below, is a growing trend, not only in the interior design world, but also in other markets such as fashion.  When there is a lap over of a particular trend in more than one vertical market, in this case floral, the trend has a tendency to have staying power; the perfect storm one might say.  This will be a strong trend in 2014 that you’ll see popping up everywhere, from billboards, shop windows, interior designs and commercials.  Floral textiles are a great option for any new designs.

Beautiful ceiling, timeless couches which face each other while using modern L.E.D. light technology to add the edge.

With its use of aged patina and antique accents, one could easily mistake the interior of the ASID Gold Prize-winning home in the category for residence over 3,500 square feet for that of a traditional villa in the French countryside. The muted paint colors, limestone fireplaces and grand, open layout give it the look of times past—in the most unexpected places. Fusing modern amenities with traditional furniture and rich finishes, designer June Chamberlain achieved the look of timeless French ambiance in a contemporary living space.

Beige is one of those color palettes which has been a favourite for years.  It is a safe color, it’s timeless and it works well as a base color for exciting plashes of color accents.  It doesn’t have the edge it once has and its popularity has been waning over the past few years.  I as well as countless other designers share the sentiment that the popularity of beige will continue in its demise.  It’s one of those which will stay around in some form of strength but it’s lost its lustre. This year we will see a continuation of the unwinding of a strong but sterile trend.

This is one of those very specific trend predictions that is far from vague and generalized.  Pineapples; we are seeing them on the cat walks, design, prints and home design exhibitions.  Whatever it is about this delicious delectable treat; it’s made it onto our tables in a different form which certainly isn’t edible.  Keep your peepers open in 2014 for this one.  A trend which will be restricted in its scope, but a feisty one nonetheless.  Take a look at the adorable pineapple candle holders on the kitchen counter below.

Encompassing a number of the trends in 2014, the above image includes turquoise, light wood tones, floral influence, outdoor furniture inside and a little hair on hide.

Light, fresh looking, honey toned woods look to be in this year.  The overzealous use of rich, deep toned woods which has been popular in design over the past 5 years could be the catalyst for this honey-fresh movement.  Oak and cherry are both fantastic options here; both in design, durability and aesthetic appeal.  Go for high quality, don’t be stingy with the cost as it’ll be an elegant and exquisite show piece for generations to come.  This trend has been growing steadily over the past 5 years and is continuing to take ground.

Controversial but growing: Hair on hide chairs adding flavour to the room.

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This is all about creating mood.  Huge expanses of plain white, lifeless walls will be replaced with interest, mood and character.  Think daring and valorous, making a statement with every element of the design. Interesting and metallic accessories will be the perfect accompaniment; supplementing, complimenting and adding to the glam.  A weaker trend for 2014, but still growing at an increasing rate.

Modern yet reminiscent of timeless designs; people are flocking back to those immortal traditional designs and have been for a few years.  When done right, it is safe and will stand the test of time.  In an economy where keeping up with the Jones’s may not be financially feasible, going with something that is never going to drift out of fashion is a secure strategy.

The girl“s room is awash in pinks, presenting a fresh, cottage glamour.

Though remarkably beautiful, Chamberlain designed the house to be a functional space in which a family of four can both entertain and live comfortably, by shying away from heavy decorations and maintaining an understated elegance.

An antique cane settee in the foyer is set off by two fresco-style paintings from Jeff Littrell Ltd.

Here we are again; but this time a specific shade of blue.  Turquoise screams of life and personality and there is a plash of this color everywhere we look now.  The difference in feeling this vibrant tone gives a room is in such stark contrast to a mellow navy.  In my opinion it’s trickier to use right than navy, but as with everything, when it’s tricky, if done right it usually looks eye catching with the razzle-dazzle edge.  It’s one of those ‘in your face’ nimble colors that is hard to miss, and now it’s on your mental radar, you’ll notice it appearing more and more throughout 2014.  A trend which grew leaps and bounds in 2013, with a strong foundation to leap up from and press  forwards with great vigor and potency in 2014.

Don’ think trousers (pants), think settee’s (couch)! Many designers are bringing corduroy into their focus this year, utilizing this velvet alternative to great effect.  We are seeing bold statements in upholstery, wide audacious bands of cord.  A growing trend which will definitely gain momentum in 2014 and 2015.  Let’s get this train moving; and who knows, in time it could become a speeding locomotive.

White is the most commonly used color in interior design, especially in areas where bathing, cleaning and food preparation are prevelant. This is due to the fact that you can see anything that appears on white and wipe it up, keeping the surfaces clean and germ free. White combines well with black to form a stunning high contrast look. With the popularity of minimalist homes, decorating is lending towards using neutrals again. Keeping the interiors crisp white and clean, with often the use of subtle textures in kitchen bench tops, carpet or timber floors. Today I’ve found a great example of using white in interior design, combined with a little black. The final result is an elegant design with clean lines. These pictures are from Martin Dyrlov interior photography portofolio.

Ethnic fabrics, upholstery and prints look like they will be a popular trend this year.  Adding a fresh pizazz to your home from far off exotic lands can break up boring bland interiors and if authentic, can be fantastic conversational pieces.  So if you see a cushion, print or covering which is oozing with culture this year; don’t shy away.

Interior Institutions, Inc. Frolicsome and spirited, this fresh breeze of turquoise truly animates the bathroom.

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The light and airy breakfast room, which opens to the family room, is a delight of traditional lines and homey comforts.

It’s been a staple in interior design over the years, but now we’re seeing a shift to softer tones of black and white, taking that harsh edge off of the contrast.  The softer tones are easier on the eye, they’re comfy and relaxing, yet they don’t take the edge off the swank.  This is a trend which has been evolving over the past couple of years and evidence from the design hemisphere shows a continuation in strength over 2014.  An almost timeless trend that will look good for a long time to come.

With rich finishes and a dash of Old World elegance, designer June Chamberlain transforms a new home into a timeless living spaceWritten by Lisa RyanPhotographed by Chris Little

You’ll be wondering whether you’re indoor’s or out with this trend, where we’ll see more designers and manufacturers creating outdoor designs for inside the house.  Not only that, we’ll see bespoke designs using extravagant ideas which’ll literally cause a ‘wow’ reaction to guests.  Again, a trend which I’ve seen at November’s Grand Designs Live show which I hadn’t seen as much in previous years.  You’ll be so confused at the end of the year, you’ll be lugging in a few of those deck chairs in your garden and arranging them in your living room.

“In the library, an antique leather chair pairs well with a grouping of figurative paintings, while the dark stained walls complement the lighter burled finish of the secretary,” says the designer. “The muted Oushak rug warms the room and helps to create a comfortable nook for reading or playing chess.”

The spaciousness of the foyer and living room allows the defining elements“the curved staircase, antique firescreen and sunburst mirror“all to shine. Sofa, Oliver Walker & Company, ADAC, (404) 262-1408. Cocktail table, Kreiss Collection, (404) 261-8304. Chairs, Smith Grubbs & Associates, ADAC, (404) 239-9206.

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No longer is hide doomed to reside on the floor.  Now in 2014, we’ll see this hair on high.  Off the floor and promoted onto couches, settee’s, consoles, tables and cushions.  We’ve seen a lot more of hair on hide in the Grand Designs Live exhibition, which has caused our mental faculties to be alerted to this trend across the internet.  Natural is best, but also comes with a level of controversy.  There are big voices out there who cry out against using animal skin, however there are now humane ways of obtaining the hides, hides which would have been otherwise wasted (sadly enough).

Transparent, fresh, bright, light; these are words that are on the lips of designers in 2014.  An easy way to create mood while not sacrificing privacy or light are window sheers.  Woolen and linen are the materials of choice for wondrous window sheers in 2014.

Brass has the ability to look ludicrously luscious or tantalizingly tacky.  A number of years back I was taken around a designers showroom in China who specialised in brass-ware; it looked tacky and clichéd.  It’s important to  inspect designs which are executed poorly, to determine what mistakes to avoid. When done right, brass looks classy, it’s timeless, it’s also a trend which has been gathering steam over the past year.  In 2014 we foresee a rise in the popularity of brass, particularly in the kitchen, bold brass bathtubs (as per the image below), lamp stands and other ornamental pieces.

Inexpensive and accessible to most, as long as you can find a supplier,  fiber-art and macramé is arty, creative and takes the edge off of plain walls and rooms.  It’s definitely a micro trend at the moment, but should continue to snowball over the next couple of years.  It can be used instead of fine art, expensive wall paper and other more expensive wall pieces, and it’s for these reasons why I and many other designers believe this will be a successful, growing trend in 2014.

Upon entry, the home’s story unfolds with delightful contrasts. Oversize mahogany doors open onto a spacious foyer that features a simple settee and iron console table, which juxtapose with the commanding curved staircase just beyond. A quarter turn to the right, the broad living room entry looks like merely an extension of the free-flowing foyer; inside, richly colored furnishings are combined with tea-stained walls for an aged feel. Old World touches continue throughout: a rustic convex mirror over the living room fireplace, elegant silk draperies in the dining room, reclaimed wood beams on the family room’s mantel and ceiling, and an antique French fire screen anchoring the breakfast room fireplace. Despite these rustic details, modern art abounds and adds jolts of color in contrast to the warm patina of the home’s antiques.

Two thousand and fourteen; it sounds so futuristic, but here it is, right on our doorstep.  After explaining the 10 Commonly Made Decorating Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, in this article, we’ll delve into what we believe will be the heavy hitting trends in interior design in 2014.  Admittedly, some of these ideas are not ‘fresh’ in the literal sense of the word, some are, but as with anything, ‘there’s a time an a place for everything under the sun’, so here’s what we at Freshome believe will shine in 2014.  Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at the Google trends graphs for all of the trends and you’ll see that they are on the up. Also  before we begin presenting the trends we’d like to recommend you an article that you might find useful : 10 Reasons Why You Should Hire an Interior Decorator

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Reclaimed wood beams set a relaxed tone for the family room, rendering it both elegant and liveable at once.

Blue is without a doubt a massive trend this year.  We at Freshome are seeing it everywhere, from home design exhibitions to the catwalk.  It’s all  about blue, and don’t be shy about sticking to one shade either.  Different shades of blue rolling back into each other in the same room will ignite the senses.  Azure, beryl, teal, cobalt, sapphire; a cerulean of blue, folding back into themselves in an ocean of electric design.  Apart from turquoise which I cover in a later point, the other shade of blue which has gained popular traction is navy.  A calming, shade which commands authority without appearing desperate; easy and pleasant on the eye, this is one you can’t go wrong with in 2014: Navy is vogue.  Use it in accessories, soft furnishings, couches, cushions, cupboards, walls and anywhere else you can imagine it.  We’re seeing it everywhere, We’re seeing it in the design sphere: Blue will be big in 2014.

The bedroom is particularly charming. It’s very cozy and it features a very beautiful combination of light brown, turquoise and beige. The walls have a latte color that goes perfectly with the lighter turquoise armchair and the matching bedding and curtains. I think we can all agree that on the inside the house is very charming and beautiful. But its owners can also relax outdoors. Of course, the porch is stunning and very relaxing but there’s also a beautiful outdoor dining area that completes the whole package.

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