The new year is in full force, and we can’t help but look for trends. In fact, today we spotlight four top interior design trends for 2013. Rich colors, warm metals, crafty design and natural materials are making their mark on living spaces worldwide. Exactly how are these trends playing out? How can you incorporate them into your home? Today we answer these questions.
As you browse the images below, ask yourself if these materials, colors and textures could shine in your space. If you tend to steer clear of trends, keep in mind that even the edgiest of designs are often based on classic motifs. For example, natural wooden materials have a timeless effect that will enhance any interior well past 2013! Let the rooms and pieces that follow surprise you in the best possible way…
We start by exploring one of the most well-known interior design trends for 2013: rich colors. Not only have primary colors made their mark on many a designer collection, there’s a shade from nature that has received topped billing for the months ahead. As forecast by Pantone, Emerald Green is the Color of the Year for 2013. Below we see a room fully decked out in this verdant shade. [from Larry Hanna Photography]
Rich colors abound in the next featured interior, designed by id 810 design group. One color combination that is a sure standout: emerald green and eggplant. In fact, this duo is a favorite of noted interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, and we can see why. [from Alexander Johnson Photography]
Another favorite combo from Martyn Lawrence Bullard? Emerald green and burnt orange. While the orange shade of the chairs below is a bit more vivid than rusty, we can’t deny that green and orange are the perfect match. [from Massucco Warner Miller]