2014 Spring Trends – See what’s Trending this Season

By September 17, 2014 Whats Hot No Comments

Spring is here, the season of renovating, weddings and fashion.

The meaning of Spring is Hope, new beginnings, the future looks bright – literally; this season colour dominates.


Playful pastels are popping up in homewares through textiles, ceramics, furniture and wall art.

pastel vignette

Above:  Create a pastel vignette, photo via Pinterest


Above:  Photo via Pinterest


Above & below:  Painted wood and concrete, including dip painted furniture are popular in homewares and furniture.  Photo via Pinterest.


Not only are the soft hues of pastels dominating but bold contrasts including coral, purples, turquoise and mint.  Pantone’s Spring colour palette for 2014 is:

  1. Dazzling Blue
  2. Violet Tulip
  3. Radiant Orchid
  4. Celosia Orange
  5. Freesia
  6. Cayenne
  7. Placid Blue
  8. Paloma
  9. Sand
  10. Hemlock

This refreshing and uplifting palette awakens our spirit from the Winter cold.


Above:  Pantone’s Cayenne, photo via Pinterest

dazzling b lue

Above:  Pantone’s Dazzling Blue, photo via Pinterest


Above:  Pantone’s Hemlock, photo via Pinterest

Metallics, Copper & Brass

Complimenting the Spring colour palette, metallics, particularly copper and brass are incorporated into lighting, ornaments and fixtures.

copper lights

Above:  Copper pendants and lamps, photo via Pinterest.


Above:  Photo via Pinterest


Above:  Photo via Pinterest

Black and White

Black and white is still popular, but softened with shades of grey or light timber.  Black is best used in small doses through pattern or as an accent shade.


Above:  Photo via Pinterest

Above:  Photo via Pinterest


Now I’m not referring to mathematic formulas, but geometric patterns.  We have seen this trending already for awhile and it continues to be popular in wall prints, tiles, soft furnishings and textiles.  We are also seeing geometric shapes in three dimensional accessories including lamps and ornaments.


Above:  Photo via Pinterest


Above:  Photo via Pinterest

geo tile

Above:  Geometric tile patterns, photo via Pinterest, tiles available at TILE junket.

Get on board with this season’s trends for your home and follow Pinterest for more decorating ideas.

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