Pantone predicts that neutrals will make a mojor comeback during this design cycle. Neutrals don’t have to be boring or colorless.
Navy is classic and modern (Blue Bonnet, Monaco).
Olives a comfortable mod-tone (Moss, Shoots).
Camel evolves into a neutral hue (Burlap, Ivy).
Reds a power color, used sparingly (Crimson, Poppy).
Lighter Blues the popular color choice (Blue Egg, Dusk).
Browns important basic, complements blues (Butternut, Linen).
Purples a sophisticated and alluring color (Wysteria, Grape) .
Yellows harmonize with other trending pastels (Butter, Lemon Zest).
Home Decor Textures and Patterns
Down to Earth motifs featuring bamboom shells, stained glass and stone-framed elements.
Highly Stylized decor such as exposed wooden beams, stone flooring, marble tops and textured walls.
French Doors to the bedroom or patio are popular 2013 home decor trends, as are prints by great artists such as Rembrandt, Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet. Flowers and floral patterns are popular so long as the design is not heavy or overbeariing.
Botanicals and Insect Prints will continue to flourish in popularity.
Unexpected Color. Statement colors on blinds and shades are a welcome surprise. Liven up any space with crisp design patterns. Decorative and eclectic styles give a room a modern room.
Wallpaper is making a big comeback. A busy printed large scale design requires simple bedding and upholstery fabrics.
Neutrals as an accent color in a main motif creates and impactful look.
Chevrons are everywhere. Large and wide stripes repeated over and over again makes a statement.
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