Wow! Didn't this year go fast! It is a bit scary, especially since I see my children turning into adults with one foot out the door. It has been quite a first year for me in the blog world I have met such wonderful people and I thank all who have supported me along the way. I never thought I would enjoy this as much as I do, and I think it's due to my love of decorating, art and learning from others.
So I asked myself “What does 2013 have in store for Interior Design?" I am not sure if these are my predictions or my wishes for design but I did come up with 10 things I would like to see happen over the next year. If you have any wishes for design as well, please send me your comments!
I would love to have a prediction from all my favorite bloggers and post them, so send at email@example.com! I am wishing everyone a safe and happy New Year celebration and great things for you and your families for 2013!
|A love of polished interiors again, with regards to Jansen, James Mont etc!|
|Some beautiful Painted pieces thrown into spaces to add light and interest!|
|I love white kitchens, but I adore the muted tones of English kitchens and want them to invade state side!Cooke and Lewis!|
|Green is a given! ReneeFinberg|
|Chintz in the most unexpected places! Top one with modern chintz sectional(The President Wears Prada), and gray Chintz room done by my friend Joel Woodard for Mansion in May!|
|Love of great wall coverings and sophisticated painted murals!|
|Return to using our formal settings and not just keeping them in storage!|
|It's amazing how many interiors we do that the home owner does not want greenery added! I think every home should have something even as simple as the above Cloche terrarium!|
|Don't be afraid of old things!! Add some antiques. They don't have to be pricey just interesting, and just think you are recycling!Antiques and Interiors On Dunlavy.|
|Lets get back to investing in artists! There are some fantastic art work out there, some expensive some very reasonable but all add life to a room! This one I just had done by Maureen Chatfield, I haven't even had a chance to hang it yet, but I LOVE it!|