Which will be the leading colors in home decor for 2014? How to furnish your home and on what colors to stop your eye, if you have decided to upgrade your home according to the latest trends? See the top colors in the decor for 2014.
Gray – the king of the neutral
Last year, the sandy tones and shades of beige were leading in neutral colors in the home decor. But in 2014 the grey successfully grind them off the royal throne and promises to be the most used neutral color, leaving behind even the white. The reason for that is that the gray stands elegant and stylish, so many people choose it as the setting for the living room, bedroom or bathroom.
Radiant orchid – in fashion and at home
According to Pantone the color of 2014 is radiant orchid – intermediate shade between pink and purple. Besides in fashion, the color seems to be relevant in home décor too. In contrast to the gray, however, the radiant orchid will reign over the basic interior textiles and furniture. Designers determine the color as emotional, powerful, and inspiring importing exotic notes.
Shades of purple
Whether because of aristocratic radiation or influenced by radiant orchid, the purple color also falls in the top five of the designers when it comes to home decor. Purple is associated with wealth and progress, and its intensity freshness and mood in the home. With priority are used the violet and indigo colors.
Not everyone dares to use yellow color in the decor of the house, but in 2014 even more cautious should try. Sunny yellow is one of the leading colors in the interior in the new year. The reason is that it gives a different aura to the even the most boring furnished room. With priority is used mustard color, but note that the yellow dominates mainly in leather furniture and textiles, rarely as the color of the walls.
Blue – always in fashion
Lovers of blue can be calm because their color remains in vogue. Alongside are competing as its cobalt shades so the pale tones like sky blue and mint. Blue-green combinations and turquoise elements are also relevant in the new year and the combination of dark brown and blue remains among the most modern in 2014.