Home Decor Trends 2014

Bold, colorful, and sensual are just a few words that describe the newest designs being showcased at High Point Market this week. The latest home furnishing trends that will be showcased in retail stores in early 2014 certainly speak to a more carefree mood and a highly individualistic sense of style.  Designers are having fun with colors, blending retro and classic looks and making a statement with sexy shapes and artistic motifs. Take a look at what’s on display at High Point Market right now.

Retro ChandeliersRetro lighting is all the rage this year, with 60s style rounded glass pieces mixed with modern metals and shapes.

Greek symbolsGreek is chic! Greek symbols and forms are everywhere, alluding to a modern day period of artistic exploration.

gray sofaEvery shade of gray is on display this year, but the sultry, smokey gray is particularly popular.

IMG_0824Sexy silhouettes and geometric shapes are gracing cabinet fronts, chests and buffets. Curves are definitely in!

IMG_5354Purple, the color that symbolizes both royalty and passion, has been crowned the color to watch this year.

Skull ChairsSkull motifs, already hot in Europe, have made their way from the Paris runway to U.S. living rooms…and just in time for Halloween!

Neutral furnitureWhile color is certainly making its mark this year, neutrals are still very popular, especially blends of linen and burlap.

Acrylic tablesSculpted acrylic tables and chairs are back and designers are mixing them with every style.

Natural grain wood furnitureAs if to show how whimsical life can be, in contrast to the acrylic comeback, rich natural wood furniture is also on trend.

Coastal EleganceAnd finally, adding coastal decor to any setting is also in vogue, as if to say, make every room your own private escape…and enjoy every moment!


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