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Interior Design Trends for 2013-2014 Part II

As we already figured, there is a myriad of interior design trends for 2013-2014 you can introduce into your home décor including bold yellow color and hand-made elements. Even if you are nowhere near trendy things, take into consideration that even the boldest designs are being based on classical styles. Simply keep it simple, which is a key to a classy and elegant interior. Even if you want to introduce trendy elements into your home décor, try to utilize them the way that can be changed with ease. Let’s take a look at a roundup other key interior design trends for 2013-2014 according to leading interior designers.

Top Interior Design Trends 2013-2014

Brass

It is astonishing the way brass can vivify any space. Besides being timeless and budget-friendly, it looks elegant and chic.

Brass in Home Interior Design

Graceful Design

Step away from plain interiors and try to make an accent on graceful design with classical feel.

Bedroom

Homey Kitchens

Contemporary interior design trends move towards organic modernism, which is distinguished with warm, natural materials with a vintage vibe: slate, original flooring, concrete, textured surface, crackle-glazed tiles, etc.

Homey Kitchen

Computer-Generated Fabrics

Runways have been already conquered with computer-generated prints on fabrics. Soon such prints will come to the livingroom and bedroom interior design.

Monochromatic Dining Room

Gloss

Don’t be afraid of using polished surfaces in your home interior design.

Glossy Kitchen

Furniture by James Mont

James Mont’s furniture is characterized with luxurious and chic designs, which are favored by popular interior designers.

James Mont Table Lamps

Art

Since everyone strives to approach to high art. Today people draw their attention to art objects when creating home interior.

Art in Living Room Interior

Bright Hues

For the coming year designers offer us to fill room with bright intense hues.

Bright Room

Area for Men

Contemporary men like to stay at home and thus are more involved in creating a perfect home interior design. That’s why modern homes feature media rooms filled with different gadgets, wine and smoking rooms, basements equipped with bars, etc.

Smoking Room

Ancient Furniture

There is a tendency among people to purchase antique furniture, which ideally works with modern furniture pieces.

Bedroom

3 comments

  1. Sachi Nair says:

    Brillient ideas by the creators.

  2. Seems Brass, homey, sophisticated man caves, elegant designs and antiques are the predicted trend from others as well.
    It all fits in very nicely with the very unique images on our site. Please feel free to take a look.

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