Bone-inlay, especially paired with bright colors like blue, pink and green popped up on chests, desks, chairs and mirrors.
After years of polished nickel everything, brass accents and gold tones are now edging out shiny silvers. We saw them on everything from drawer pulls and lamps, to mirrors and figurines.
Geometric textiles and rugs are still having a moment, but this year, we saw more riffs on popular patterns like quatrefoil and trellis, along with lots of prints that were completely original.
More unique geometric prints.
Chevron has been ubiquitous over the last few years, but we saw much less of it at NY NOW. Taking its place? Herringbone prints.
The popularity of the industrial look is only growing. Our favorite byproduct of the trend? The Edison bulb, especially when hung, pendant style, in clusters.
In addition to gold tones, mixed metallic textiles were also everywhere at the show.
Natural inspiration was everywhere to be found, from container gardens, to artichoke accents (oddly enough, artichokes were everywhere!), to this weeping willow-inspired chandelier.
Perhaps an offshoot of the not-your-grandma's-needlepoint trend, pom poms were a popular adorment on pillows and throws.
It might not be practical for everyone, but white mongolian fur seems to be the upholstery of choice for 2014.
Accents with a sense of humor--or even a bit of irreverence--were big. How cute is this ice cream cone bud vase?
Woven leathers in all scales and colors popped up on throw pillows, chairs and more.
A chair with a woven-leather seat.
Upholstered beds have been ubiquitous the last few years, but just as we were about to tire of them, our excitement was reignited by headboards in a fun selection of fabric and shapes.