2014 Interior Design Trend: Indigo/Navy

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Blue is a favorite hue for many people when it comes to decorating, and this year the deep, moody shades of navy and indigo are taking center stage.  While there is a difference between the two, you will find most are calling anything in this rich hue Indigo.

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Indigo is a classic, timeless, and very versatile color.

It looks great paired with the still so popular grays or with other shades of blue, and using it with it’s compliment, orange, definitely works.   I’m loving seeing it paired with turquoise and, as you can see from just the small sampling below, there really isn’t much that it won’t work with!

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One of the simplest ways to incorporate indigo into your home is through accessories. Add it as an accent to your existing color palette, or use an accessory that has indigo + other colors to jump start a whole new color scheme.

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We’ve already seen that this hue can be paired with almost any other color, so it works as a great neutral on upholstered pieces. At Schneiderman’s, many of our vendors offer the option to custom order upholstery in the fabric of your choice.

You can sit on the various frames in our showroom to decide fit and comfort, and then make your way to our fabric room to design a unique look for your space!

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If you’re thinking that you may want to try out this hue on your walls, Benjamin Moore’s Hale Navy seems to be a popular choice.


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What do you think of indigo? Will it be just a fun word to say, or will you incorporate it into your home in some way?

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