2014 Interior Design Trends

Interior designers should always be interested in staying on top of the new trends. Fashion is all about knowing what’s hip and useful before everybody else, so reading up and seeing what other people have been doing is a very useful tool for creating a stunning renovation projects.

As the New Year approaches, we at Henrietta Heisler Interiors are very excited to see what the future holds for the world of interior design. One of the most renowned American interior design firms, the Neil Kelly Company of Portland, OR, has recently announced its list of the top ten growing trends in interior design for 2014, as reported by this article published in Woodworking Network.

The digital age is here in a big way, and upgrades to the typical electrical socket are a big example of this. New U-sockets are being installed in homes, containing a couple of USB ports to help users charge their electronic cameras, cell phones and other devices without using a three-pronged plug. Many of these sockets also have smart features which turn off the electrical current when the device is finished charging, which reduces electrical waste.

Bathrooms are another area of the house that will receive a much newer look in the future, even if some of these new remodeling concepts echo designs from generations past. More and more, people are opting for stand-alone tubs, which take up much less space in a room than the tiled bath deck that many suburban residents are used to. Curbless showers and automatic faucets are also being installed to improve bathrooms in multi-generational homes that may be used by young and old alike, living in the same residence.

Although modern, contemporary designs are still fashionable, more muted colors and decor will likely be the choice for home renovators across the country. People are looking for homes that are comfortable but don’t look opulent or excessive. At the same time, some layering of paints or textiles is being used by many to create a personal aesthetic inside of a home that is self-expressive without being egregious.

The world of fashionable design opens its doors wide open to those who do their homework and research. Henrietta Heisler Interiors invites everyone to peruse this list of growing interior design trends. Those who live in the area of Lancaster, PA, should call and ask us how we can implement these hip new ideas into the design of your home today!