Any proud homeowner knows that keeping your home looking its best is just as important as keeping yourself well-groomed.

Redecorating your entire property can be costly in both time and funds, but subtle nods to the latest trends in interior design keep things looking and feeling fresh.

Here are the key interior trends for 2014 that you may want to think about incorporating:

Turquoise:

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Turquoise is undoubtedly the must-have colour of the year; if you don’t want to commit to a full feature wall in the color, then consider adding some accessories such as cushions, throws or rugs to bring in the trend. Be sure to choose shades that are rich as opposed to more subtle tones.

Mixing Textures:

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This trend, beside fashion, seeps into the world of interior design. Leather cushions can be mixed with corduroy throws to add interest to your sofa, or add some excitement to the bedroom with blends of fur and satin.  The key is to mix your textures to create an eclectic feel.

Vintage Pieces:

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Tying in with the luxury that the other trends encompass, this season your home accessories should all have flair and originality. The best way to do this is by picking up vintage, one-off pieces that nobody else is likely to have . A vintage armoire or a sofa are the ultimate statement pieces, but you can also achieve the look with smaller items such as a vintage clock on the mantelpiece or some vintage movie posters.

Transparent Furniture:

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In 2014 acrylic furniture is going to become big news in interiors. Fans of minimalism will adore the added space and light that transparent chairs and tables allows for in a room.

Hexagons:

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In 2014, things get very edgy. In fact, the more edges the better. Things that were traditionally square in shape – think tiles, tabletops and mirrors – are given a modern twist by appearing in hexagonal form.

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