1- Eco Design

Approach design of a product with special consideration for the environmental impacts of the product during its whole lifecycle, is one of the big trends the fall 2014.

Green is chic!

Eco-friendly pied-à-terre by Jennifer Jones - Niche Interiors.    5 Interior Design looks for Fall 2014 by our favorite Interior Designers eco living room niche interior designs fall trends 2014
Eco-friendly pied-à-terre by Jennifer Jones – Niche Interiors.

2 – Metallic

It can be steel, copper, brass or bronze, shiny or not, but this fall it´s a must have.

From lighting to coffee tables, from sofas to salt and pepper shakers, the metallic look is here to stay!

Metropolitan Wharf London by Tom Dixon.   5 Interior Design looks for Fall 2014 by our favorite Interior Designers tom dixon metropolitan wharf london
Metropolitan Wharf London by Tom Dixon.

3- Gold, gold, gold

Considered the most precious metal, it needs a category for itself.

This fall don’t use it, abuse it!

American glamour interior design by Jan Showers.  5 Interior Design looks for Fall 2014 by our favorite Interior Designers american glamour interior design jan showers
American glamour interior design by Jan Showers.

 4 – Be beige

Beige had been a timeless favorite and this year it makes the trend list again. We will see a continuation of the unwinding of a strong but sterile trend.

Cotswold Manor House by Emma Hilditch.  5 Interior Design looks for Fall 2014 by our favorite Interior Designers beige bedroom emma sims hilditch interior design
Cotswold Manor House by Emma Hilditch.

5 – Floral Blossoms

Floral designs is a growing trend, not only in the interior design world but also in other markets as fashion.

And who would know that best, but Christian Lacroix?

Christian Lacroix Home Collection 2014.  5 Interior Design looks for Fall 2014 by our favorite Interior Designers christian lacroix home collection fall trend 2014
Christian Lacroix Home Collection 2014.

 

Fall 2014 brings bold statements to interior design. Make your home the hottest spot in town.

 

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