Interior Design Trends for 2014

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When remodeling your home, it’s important to know the current trends before you start any project to make sure you are getting the best return on your investment. New Jersey homes are ripe with opportunity to upgrade your settings and make them magazine worthy. A few minor enhancements go a very long way. Here are some of the newest trends and interior design tips coming down the pipeline in 2014:

  • Modest design

The transition from stark modern to an integration of modern and modest is emerging. Metal, stone and woods are still popular, but in relaxing colors and raw metals with great finishes.

  • Open shelving

Kitchen design has embraced the open shelving concept in a major way, putting all your wares on display. Metal and glass shelving is very chic and forward-thinking and allows room to add art and smaller cabinetry.

  • Two-sided fireplaces

The open living concept separates rooms with only a room divider or shelving system. Two-sided fireplaces accommodate both sides, effectively utilizing the space.

  • Multigenerational features

Faucets with motion sensors, wall mounted sinks and other features assist all family members, from children to aging adult parents.

  • Hidden storage cabinetry

Window seating that doubles as storage spaces for holiday decorations, microwave cabinets, and more. This concept keeps counters and areas free of clutter while maximizing space.

Trade Mark Design & Build are the go-to experts to help you create awe-inspiring concepts, assisting in all your remodeling and design needs in the New Jersey area. View our vast and beautiful portfolio here.

 

 

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Paul DeFeis is a Senior Managing Partner with over eighteen years of extensive experience in Residential Design. His experience, keen eye, and client-focused mindset have served as vital traits in his role as lead designer at Trade Mark Design & Build.

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