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2014 Home Design Trends to Tryout

2014 is a new year of trends and styles. This year's trends will be focused on practicality, storage ideas, and clever home design tricks. If you're looking for new remodeling projects to do yourself or have a contractor build, here are some perfect design trends to tryout:

Capitalize on Unused Staircase Space: For those of you with staircases, there's endless design possibilities. Plan out how much usable space you have under your staircase and then decide what you'd want to do with that space. Ideas include:

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Accordion Glass Windows and Doors: Accordion windows and doors are an excellent way to bring the outdoors in during warm weather. This design idea is perfect for anyone that likes to have cookouts or has the occasional outdoor meals. In addition, the glass windows and doors will allow for wide scenic views.

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Expanding and/or Multi-use Tables: Make the most out of your tables with one of these ideas. An expanding table allows for your table to take up less space when it's not being used. It also gives you the ability to expand the table only when the extra table space is needed. A multi-use table allows for your kitchen table to have additional uses other than for dinning such as: billiards, ping pong, and poker.

An Expanding Table

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For more information on 2014 home design trends, feel free to message our Rental Agents directly at our new rentals Facebook page, Newbury Rentals!


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