2014 Design and Remodeling Trends for Your Whole Home Remodel: Part I


We asked our designers to share their predictions for what trends will emerge and strengthen in 2014. If you are planning a whole home remodel, it is essential to plan your design around your personal needs and desires for your home. At the same time, keeping in touch with trends is fun and inspiring. When you thoughtfully apply trends that appeal to you in your whole home remodel, your home feels fresh, comfortable and inviting.

Our design team was generous with their contributions to our trend round-up so we are breaking it into three parts. Today, we focus on Design and Remodeling Trends: Part I.

Black and White

Black and White is a timeless design aesthetic making a bold comeback this year. Black and white palettes will be combined with bold, large scale geometric patterns and a little pop of color, updating the classic look.

Brass Accents
With the release of The Great Gatsby remake last year, a fascination with glamorous touches in home decor has been renewed once again. We see polished brass showing up in every room in the house as a glimmering accent tone, especially on appliances and plumbing fixtures.

Reclaimed Woods
Rustic and reclaimed woods continue to be a strong trend in home design. Reclaimed woods are now used not only as a “green” solution, but for aesthetics as well. These woods are seen in wall art, wall coverings, and custom furniture pieces.

Architectural White
Sleek, structured white on white makes a bold statement. Filling homes with strong, sculptural pieces that have simple geometries accentuates its features.

Fabulous Fur
Incorporating fur, usually seen as a rug or throw, but also in quirky and appealing furniture, adds a warm and cozy feeling to any interior. Fur brings natural comfort to minimalist modern environments in particular.

Exploring trends with our design team is one of the most enjoyable parts of the design build process. Your designer will help you find a way to capture elements of visual trends in a way that uniquely expresses your personal vision for your whole home remodel.

Come back next week for Part II!