News International Trending Now: What's New for 2014 According To Some Of America's Top Interior Designers, North, South, East and West
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TRENDING NOW: WHAT’S NEW FOR 2014 ACCORDING TO SOME OF AMERICA’S TOP INTERIOR DESIGNERS, NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST
PEARL RIVER, N.Y., Nov. 19, 2013 – There’s always something exciting happening in the interior design world, and the coming year is no exception. As Sally Morse, Director of Creative Services for window fashions leader Hunter Douglas and the design expert featured onwww.hunterdouglas.com, says, “Even those of us who think our homes are perfect enjoy a little change now and then. And why not? We don’t stand still, neither should they.”
We spoke to some renowned designers throughout the country to learn what they think are the best of the new looks. There’s something to use from all of them, and, as we know, Hunter Douglas is all for staying a step ahead, providing what people want before they even know it.
The View from the Coast:
Celebrated designer Timothy Corrigan who shuttles between Los Angeles and Paris for his work, says so much is going on that will make it easier for people to decorate in a way that pleases them and fits their lifestyle. Among the most important trends he sees coming are:
- Movement away from geometric patterns towards more fluid, organic and floral patterns.
- Opting out of the "greige" color palette of the past several years to clearer, crisper, more vibrant colors.
- Exchanging mid-century furniture styles for more comfortable, upholstered seating. Mixing classics with transitional pieces. “People don't want to live in homes that look like one time period!” he says. It’s like fashion: some haute, some H&M. Make it your own.
When it comes to dressing the windows, Hunter Douglas has many offerings that mix a classic look with up-to-date options such as Pirouette® window shadings that have the time-honored look of hobbled Roman shades yet provide the latest light-control options.
- Durable, easy-care finishes on wood furniture that provide the best of both worlds.
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