It looks like we will be seeing a lot of bright and bold interiors over the coming year, from pink to gold to marble and wood textures, with Jessica Zoob’s Desire collection for Romo Black Edition trending all over the internet only a few weeks after its debut at London Design Week.

Here is a shortlist of our favourite new trends for 2014.

1. Colour Trends

Chelsea Design Centre was an explosion of pink for Design Week and Pantone have revealed their colour of the year as ‘Radiant Orchid’ 18-3224 so welcome back pinks and purples to add bright touches and accessories to your homes and you will be bang on trend. Zinc, Villa Nove and Jessica Zoob’s new collection for Romo certainly embraces these new colour schemes.



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Colour blocking is also seeing a revival in interiors so choosing furniture in bold colours and simple shapes will bring a more dynamic look to your homes, as we can see with the Manuel Canovas new collection of fabrics. Bright colours don’t have to be used exclusively in furniture though, using brightly coloured accessories and finishes will help to create a timeless approach to your design.


Dedar’s new collection also showcases a lot of vivid prints and exuberant colour collaborations

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Zimmer and Rohde have developed a new playful collection of fabrics called ‘Urban Jungle’ which is successful in incorporating bright colours with natural patterns.

URBAN JUNGLE collection from Zimmer + Rohde

2. Trends in Pattern

Lately we have been seeing marble seeping out from bathrooms and kitchens and finding itself in the least likely of places. Its abstract pattern has begun to influence wallpapers and fabrics, most notably for Zinc’s new collection of digitally printed wall covering designs.

Zinc fabrics - marbleous wallcovering

West Elm have also released a new series of patterned wall coverings and cushions inspired by marble and other natural elements.
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marble wallpaper

Marble patterns can also be seen to inspire new lighting designs as in this material pendant by Noergaard and Kechayas.