Lamps Plus Announces Top 2014 Interior Design Trends

Leading Lighting Retailer Helps Consumers Incorporate Top Home Looks with Shop-by-Trend Web Site Feature

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Luxe Living trend from Lamps Plus is among 2014 Interior Design Trends

Luxe Living is back among the 2014 trends

This year there isn't one dominant trend...there's something for everyone out there.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2014

Lamps Plus, the nation’s largest lighting retailer, announces the top home decorating and interior design trends for 2014. “Consumers are looking for fresh looks and new ways of decorating,” offers Manja Swanson, Chief Creative Officer at Lamps Plus. “This year there isn’t one dominant trend, there’s something for everyone out there.” So what can consumers expect to see in 2014?

“Comfort is in this year,” explains Swanson. “From the cool palette and oversized patterning of a country cottage to the muted pastels and traditional elegance of a refined French look, decorating your home is about creating a retreat where you can easily spend time alone or entertain an entire room full of guests.” Look to button tufted wingback chairs and luxuriously scrolling white finish chandeliers, to help get the look.

Style mash-ups are also expected to feature heavily throughout the year. “For an approach that’s eclectic yet chic, combining a $5 flea market find and a $500 crystal chandelier is more than just doable, it’s sensational,” says Swanson. In the eclectic interior, a Mid-century Modern chair is right at home alongside an ornate Georgian candelabrum. “It’s about playful colors and mixing and matching what you truly love.”

Another mix-and-match trend is the global look. A fusion of influences from across the world, this well-informed style is more composed and sophisticated than ever, incorporating earth tones and carefully selected patterns and textures. Observes Swanson, “I love this look because it lets anyone incorporate discoveries from their own travels into their home decor. It really is a style that anyone can have fun with and put their own personal stamp on.”

The romance and nostalgia of family heirlooms and weathered finishes is a look that’s always in style. Lamps Plus has incorporated these influences into its Vintage Charm design trend. “To get the look, combine antiques with new designs in neutral colors and distressed finishes,” explains Swanson. “Layer on the textiles and upholsteries and enjoy the friendly look of a home that has accumulated a truly unique sense of identity over time.”

For a more contemporary look that incorporates the same well-lived and well-loved charm, industrial style continues to be very popular. In addition to rust finish metals and lighting fixtures with Edison light bulbs, industrial inspired decor is softer than it was a year ago, with more use of woods, rugs and textiles.

Lastly, luxury continues to maintain its hold on the imagination. Brass, which returned to prominence last year, is gaining more mainstream acceptance and will feature heavily in homes. With the recent color-of-the-year announcements, from Sherwin Williams’ “Exclusive Plum” to Pantone’s “Radiant Orchid,” purple furniture and decor is also officially on-trend, lending a pop of imperial opulence to any elegantly designed living room. “In addition to the classics like crystal, chrome and silver,” advises Swanson, “consumers can expect our Luxe Living design trend to start incorporating these rich colors and brass finishes this year.”

For additional information about these design trends and more, look for online style resources like the Shop by Trend pages on LampsPlus.com. Featuring original inspiration photography, style overview videos and a curated selection of products, online design resources such as this beautifully illustrate the major trends and styles for the year. “While interior design trends are proof that style is always evolving, we’re also aware that redecorating every year isn’t an option for most consumers,” explains Swanson. “By identifying major decor themes on our site, we hope to give people a framework for a home style that looks great right now, but is adaptable enough to change with the times.”

About Lamps Plus
For more than 30 years, Lamps Plus has been synonymous with excellence in the retail lighting industry. Established in 1976, Lamps Plus is the nation's largest specialty lighting store, with more than 40 superstores throughout the western United States. In 2013, LampsPlus.com was named a Top 10 Housewares/Home Furnishings e-tailer and a “Hot 100" world's best retail web site by Internet Retailer Magazine. Together with its retail locations, the company serves customers nationwide with the largest selection of functional and decorative lighting fixtures, accessories, furniture and home decor. This selection includes hundreds of products, ranging from traditional chandeliers to the latest in home decor, available exclusively from Lamps Plus. The company also holds several patents for innovative lighting. Services offered include in-home lighting consultations, in-store workshops and installation from expert, licensed electricians. American Lighting Association certified designers are available to offer product recommendations and advice in all our stores, by phone or online at LampsPlus.com. The Lamps Plus family of web sites also includes 55 Downing Street, Lighting Luxury Style, Builders Discount Lighting, and Lamps Plus Open Box. Visit the official Lamps Plus web site: LampsPlus.com.


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Vintage Charm Combines New and Old Decor Vintage Charm

An artful mix of the new and old


The Modern Mix trend blends mid-century and contemporary designs Modern Mix

Mid-century and contemporary designs


The French Refined trend is defined by traditional elegance and time-worn comfort French Refined

Traditional elegance and time-worn comfort