Interior design trends change as often as the seasons. Colours come in and drop out of fashion very quickly. The same is true of furniture styles. To help ensure that your conservatory is on trend for the rest of the coming year, here are which trends and styles will be most popular.
Towards the end of spring, purple will become the most prevalent colour in new designs. This will start out with lighter shades, then progress to deeper tones as the year progresses. White will also be a major feature of new of the coming year, as evidenced by its prevalence in catwalk shows towards the end of 2013. In spring, duck egg blue is set to be very popular.
If you are looking to incorporate any of these colours into your own conservatory, consider using white as a base colour. This will allow you to then mix and match accessories to keep on trend throughout each season. Redecorating your conservatory by using accessories is often a very simple process. Switching accessories not only changes the entire appearance of your space, but is also much cheaper than fully redecorating four times per year.
Design trends in 2014 are set to continue along the same lines as the past two years, with natural and dishevelled styles still being the inspiration for many. This trend encourages the use of repurposed materials; great news for the environment! If you are considering incorporating repainted furniture, make sure that you start with a good base. Sanding down any imperfections will give a better end result.
Following on from the trend natural styling, wooden, wicker and rattan are set to play a big part in interior design in the coming year. Using this type of furniture fits with another trend set to dominate 2014: the need for quality. Consumers are now looking for furniture which will be long lasting. Driven by the recession, sales of high quality pieces has massively increased. In addition, rattan furniture allows the owner to quickly incorporate new styles, by adding new cushions and fabrics. The trend for fabrics is set to follow the outdoor trend, with leaves and flowers being prevalent.
Are you planning on redecorating your conservatory to match up with 2014 design trends? Will you be creating something unique instead? Leave your comments in the section below, we would love to hear from you.