2014 is the year of the mirror, according to Yelp’s Home Trends Report

Interior designer Dani Dazey shared with popular reviews the site to reveal her predictions for next year’s top decor trends.

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Some fan favorites are making a strong return, like the maximalist style and dopamine decor, but there’s also a focus on statement mirrors, bold lighting, modern slopes, and an established aesthetic (Real Simple after the last one, especially. Let’s take a closer look at the three Yelp boards from last year, and while If you see these trends, they might give you inspiration for your next great decorating idea.

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Edition Specula

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Dopamine Decor

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Courtesy of Yelp and Dan Dazey

Bring out the color! Dopamine beauty filling your entire space with bright and beautiful colors to make your home a happy place, make you happier too. While this trend has been around for several years now, Dazey predicts it will evolve and feature dynamic color schemes and some muted palettes. “I feel like people are starting to become more accustomed to color and learn to use it more wisely,” he said. Rosea, which is up in search by 92 percent on Yelp, will make a huge red splash next year, and not just in bright cherry and fuchsia variations, but in more subdued shades like rose and crimson.

Maximalist Details

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Courtesy of Yelp and Dan Dazey

What will not be surprising to anyone who has spent a lot of time scrolling through Instagram is that maximalism will continue to flourish this year (questions are up to 131 percent). Who is the big change? Now, designers are thinking more about the most important of all those details, like hardware and trim. “Playing a string is huge,” Dazey says. “Indeed, he adds to the space a charm and character that he has none.” It’s also a great rental-friendly hack, since you can use clip-on adhesives for the look without using wood. Try closing the chair, detailing around the door, or adding details coronary on the edge of the ceiling. For a quick hardware fix, swap out your boring white plates for an air-sealed one for that maximalist vibe.

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