While shopping High Point Market this Fall, I great time visiting the Hooker Furniture showroom. One of the largest furniture showrooms I’ve had the pleasure of touring, Hooker Furniture’s High Point flagship is the perfect place to view the top interior design trends to look for in 2014, all under one roof. Let’s take a look.
1 : Neutral Sophistication
Neutral hues are still the “go to” for interior design. Whether the feel of the space is transitional or sophisticated… neutral tones are a great place to start. Add great organic accessories, a muted accent color, mix in weathered woods, or style it with an industrial vibe… this style is a great backdrop for decorating!
2 : Well-Traveled
Eclectic mix of exotic fabrics influenced from around the world, animal skins, leathers, antiques, and rich or worn wood tones. Creates a collected look that continues to morph as new treasures are added.
4 : Geometric Craze
Green is so multi-faceted… Look for grayed jade hues and Pantone’s Tender Shoots in 2014. Emerald will still be hanging around in accents.
4 : Geometric Craze
Add a pop to any room with the addition of a graphic geometric pattern. It can be used on pillows or a chair, a rug in the room, or on tiles in the kitchen in bath. Styles can be retro-inspired, very contemporary, or globally influenced.
5 : Weathered English
A fascination with vintage continues to inspire decor. Weathered woods and linens still have a large portion of the marketplace. English prints, velvets, and rich wovens mix up the plains and add dimension.
6 : Cottage Cozy
Whether home is a seaside cottage or a renovated retreat, the comforting feel of cottage styled decor makes you feel cozy.
7 : Still Got The Blues
A trend that has staying power …BLUE. While indigo and peacock blue are still around, there are some new kids of the block: grayed-jade, misty blues, and some great mid-tone blues. Blue pairs well with black and white, with other Blues, crisp whites, and Greys. Look for Cottage Combinations, Global Influenced Designs, and Sophisticated Transitional styles from Sam Moore this season.
8 : Radiant Orchid
Named Pantone’s 2014 color of the year, radiant orchid is vibrant, captivating, and works beautifully with the purple grey shown in the upholstery and linens dressing this tufted bed.
Which of these trends reflect your style best? Leave a comment and let me know. Weathered English and Neutral Sophistication are among my favorites.
Image Credits: Hooker Furniture and Sarah Sarna.