Two thousand fourteen has brought us some new design trends for our home decor and we're loving what we're seeing. Whether you adopt one of these top trends in your own home or suggest it to a friend, you'll want to be in the know for what's trending in interior design.
Here’s a trend that you’ll see in fashion and décor. Don’t worry about matching anymore, mixing metals creates depth in your room and adds a feeling of comfort. While copper is home design’s current favorite, you truly can choose any metals out of the bunch. Decorating with metallics is simple and provides a huge impact.
Create good drama in any room with a gorgeous chandelier. Don't feel restricted to dining rooms! While chandeliers look amazing anchored above a table, living rooms, family rooms, bedrooms, and even kitchens are borrowing this trend. A stunning chandelier can bring any room to the next level.
While contemporary and modern design have been popular, we are seeing a transition back to timeless design. Many people feel that classic silhouettes and details provide a sense of comfort in their rooms. There's nothing wrong with a little nostalgia, but we love mixing this trend with a few transitional and contemporary touches to bring it up to date.
Drama and Glamour
Pull from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to bring a little luxury into your home. This trend doesn't have to be overwhelming, but some simple sleek lines, geometric accents, and hints of gold can go a long way.
All about the Blues
While blue has been trending in interior design for a few seasons already, now we are seeing a transition to peacock blues, spa blues, and indigo blues. Whether you use blue throughout your space as an accent color or as a body fabric on your room's focal piece of upholstery, it's easy to find fabrics with a variety of blue hues.
That’s right, this not-so-new neutral is still trending for 2014. Moving toward a monochromatic look, grey is still a go-to for wall colors, rugs, furniture finishes, and upholstery colors. While shades of gray vary, look towards combining different hues to create a room filled with variations of grey!
Whether you've visited some fabulous destinations yourself or you just have a bucket list ready, finding inspiration for your home is only an exotic locale away. With Asian and Moroccan influences in high demand, you can find prints, patterns, silhouettes, and techniques that make a huge impact.
Follow more trends and find inspiration at BelfortFurniture.com or in person at Belfort Furniture's Furniture Campus. Conveniently located in Dulles, Virginia, Belfort Furniture houses Washington D.C.'s largest selection of furniture and provides expert advice. Looking for some assistance? Take advantage of our free design services!