Woodson & Rummerfield's 2014 Trend Forecast

(Photos courtesy of the designers)

Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of LA's Woodson & Rummerfield aren't afraid to go out on a limb (see: the hot pink billiards table that features prominently on their website, a statement piece sourced for Christina Aguilera). And their affection for all things Old Hollywood, leopard print, and chinoisserie manifests itself in a signature modern-meets-vintage aesthetic they've coined Modage. So when we asked the pair to call a few 2014 design shots, they didn't hesitate to weigh in.


1. Which interiors trend or trends will be big in 2014?
More is more! Except for when it comes to a DIY project. We also see a nod to classicism and a focus on quality for 2014.

2. What trend would you like to see more of next year (even if you don't think it's going to catch on)?
Architectural stone busts and statues. And fewer bloggers claiming to be interior designers.



3. If you could wave a magic wand to make a current interiors trend go away, which one would it be and why?

The chevron and the Suzani. When you start to see styles and patterns everywhere including Ikea it's done.

4. Which up-and-coming designer do you think will prove zeitgeisty next year and why?
The Madcap Cottage guys have been around but are coming into their own.


Custom armchairs by Madcap Cottage

5. If you had a design-centric New Year's resolution what would it be?
Go big! As in houses, budgets, etc.

6. What is on your to-do list in 2014?
Residential projects for clients including boxers and film directors that span Bel Air to downtown Los Angeles; the Modernism Week showhouse in Palm Springs in February; and the debut of our shade line for Lamps Plus under the ICONS collection.
Melissa Goldstein is a Lonny and StyleBistro contributing writer whose work has also appeared in ELLE, Wall Street Journal, GQ, The Observer, Spin, and Lucky Magazine.
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