Home design trends 2014 – what to expect in style, decor and interior
Home design trends 2014 – yes, the new year is around the corner and it is time to have a look at what to expect in interior design, style and décor next year.
Home design trends 2014 – Back to classic
Sooner or later we all look back at history and the art of our predecessors – the ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians. Of course, living in the 21st century, the look at ancient art will be in a new modern approach to respond to the lifestyle of our time. Home design trends 2014 will show us sculptures, busts, columns and a nostalgia to the balance, symmetry and beauty of living space. A lot of industrial objects will find their place in interior design – from old drawers to recycled light fixtures.
Home design trends 2014 – the ultra modern approach
Home design trends 2014 will show us designers’ innovative solutions where science elements will be vividly presented. Fractal geometry, fragments, cuts and slices, circular shapes – nothing will be neglected. We shall see a lot of minimal style designs, simple lines and basic colours.
Comfort, colours, materials
Of course, home design trends 2014 will be mainly pointed at the feeling of comfort by using earthy colours, such as chocolate brown, shades of gold, rust and orange, olive and lime green, natural wood colours and ocean deep blue tones. Natural materials as bamboo, wood, leather and textures. Personal touch will be added by simple details and accents. Modern furniture lines are gaining popularity and we will see plastic and metal details, accent lighting, murals and a variety of designs to make us create a truly modern and comfortable home.
Egyptian art decoration and modern accents
Earthy sand tones, natural light and ancient bust sculpture and map
Columns in the foyer, light colours and natural light
Exquisite dining room with a wall mural
Antique busts decoration
Neoclassic style design
Contemporary mural wall kitchen
Modern circular ceiling art project
Gorgeous modern design metal bowl
Geometric cuts on internal walls
Fractal wall art and carpet and soft furniture colour accents