Design Bloggers Predict What Trends Will Be Hot in 2014

Picks for the New Year.

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Courtesy of Arianna Vargas

Top design bloggers share their picks for the New Year.

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Courtesy of Arianna Vargas
Interchangeable Accents

"I think we'll see a trend towards chameleon decor. Instead of settling on one fixed look, people will opt for a versatile neutral base and use big-impact accents to easily change their decor." — Arianna Vargas, ariannabelle.com

Arianna Belle pillows; Jonathan Adler throw; Lulu & George rug.

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Left: Courtesy of Jeanine Hays. Right: Courtesy of Patrick Cline.
Ushering in Glamour

"Move over white walls, in 2014 we'll be seeing rooms with a lot more drama and glamour. Dark, moody walls in black will be the perfect backdrop to the metallic accessories that we're all loving right now." — Jeanine Hays, aphrochic.com

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Courtesy of Lindsay Souza
Vintage Wonders

"Thanks to social media, the lifespan of a trend has been cut in half. We're all a little overexposed. I think vintage and one-of-a-kind pieces will be highly sought after. It's the curiosities that make a house a home and keep your guests asking: "Where did you get that?" — Lindsay Souza, thepursuitofstyle.com

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Courtesy of Matt Armendariz
Say Bye to Beige

"Of course I hopefully predict that color will be the trend story every year in hopes of banishing the boring beige box, but this year it really could happen!" — Christian May, maison21.com

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Courtesy of Stacey Bewkes
Blossoming Prints

"Florals and Chintz: These tried-and-true fabrics are popping up everywhere in fashion and decor. Mix them with other graphic patterns for a modern look." — Stacey Bewkes, quintessenceblog.com

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Courtesy of Devon Dyer
Metal Mash-Up

"Mi and matching metallics, such as silver and gold." — Devon Dyer, devonrachel.com

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Left: Courtesy of Mark D. Sikes. Right: Simon Watson/Miescisko.
A Need for Navy

"Navy blue will be a big trend for 2014. I'm seeing a lot of the shade on the runways, on the streets, in editorials, in chic interiors... I actually think everyone will get it in 2014." — Mark D. Sikes, markdsikes.com

Room pictured designed by Jeanette Whitson.

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Left: Courtesy of Erin Gates. Right: Courtesy of Michael J. Lee.
Timeless Design

"A return to tradition. After the long-standing trend of modern and eclectic decor, more people will want to feel comfortable and at ease by returning to traditional styles." — Erin Gates, elementsofstyleblog.com

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Emily Johnston Anderson
Innovative Combinations

"Lots and lots of layering: both materials and textures. We love the look of mi different metals, woods, and fabrics!" — Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright, jandgdesign.com

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Left: Courtesy of Paloma Contreras. Right: Amy Neunsinger/Miescisko.
A Bevy of Blues

"From rich, saturated colors like navy and indigo to bright, vibrant shades like peacock blue and cobalt, blue will continue to reign supreme in the coming year." — Paloma Contreras, ladolcevitablog.com

Room pictured designed by Mark D. Sikes and Michael Griffin.

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Left: Courtesy of Joanna Hawley. Right: Annie Schlecter/Miescisko.
A Softer Black and White

"Black and white is a classic home decor palette, but for 2014 I see it softening and feeling more cozy. In the cooler months think Scandinavian chic, while in the summer months think French striped shirts." — Joanna Hawley, jojotastic.com

Room pictured designed by Robert Stilin.

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