This winter has been particularly harsh and brutal for many parts of the country. The thoughts of sunny days, green grass and singing birds are not too far away. In almost every aspect of our lives, we try and implement seasonal inspirations with our clothes, our home décor and even in our entertaining. Spring 2014 is full of those wonderful new seasonal expectations that will not disappoint. Read on for the hottest, must-have trends for Spring 2014.
In the Mood for Radiant Orchid
Radiant Orchid is a bold, beautiful, and harmonizing color for the season! This color is not just for fashion, but is popping up in other areas such as home décor and as an accent color. Images from left to right: Boulevard, Mud Pie, Mud Pie, Boulevard, Olivina and Boulevard.
Going Grand with Graphics
Graphic prints have been a huge part of runaway fashions for years. This season’s bold graphics demand attention and are truly eye-catching. The importance of graphics filters down from fashion and into home décor and gift giving. Images from left to right: C.R. Gibson, Mud Pie, Mud Pie, Santa Barbara Design Studios and Legacy.
Flowers evoke feels of inspiration and are uplifting to the spirit. This season leaves no doubt in our minds that flower power is here to stay. Images from left to right: About Face Designs, Santa Barbara Design Studio, C.R. Gibson, C.R. Gibson.
Foxes, Owls, bears and more all come out to frolic and play. This fun, loving critters are not just for the kids, but also for the kids in all of us. From jewelry and apparel to home décor and gifts, forest critters are all around. Images from left to right: C.R. Gibson, Mud Pie, Boulevard, Santa Barbara Design Studio, Jane Marie.
Burlap is a hot trend that came up quick and growing by leaps and bounds. Burlap added a wonderful natural accent to our home décor, apparel and gift giving. Images from left to right: Mud Pie, C.R. Gibson, Mud Pie, Mud Pie, and C.R. Gibson.
Bring the look and feel of the French street market to your shop. Add a flair for vintage with a mix of jewelry, home décor, apparel and tabletop to complete the look. Images from left to right: Santa Barbara Design Studio, Mud Pie, Jane Marie, and Santa Barbara Design Studio.
More Masons Jars Please
Mason jars are becoming the hottest item to use in home décor and entertaining. This iconic piece serves in many fun and inventive ways. Images from left to right: Mud Pie, Boulevard, Mud Pie, Boulevard
More consumers are seeking American-made products each year. At OneCoast, we are proud to represent three vendors that make their product right here in the United States. Boulevard is a creatively inspired, new-to-market, high quality Home Fragrance Collection. It is USA designed and manufactured and will be distributed exclusively to the gift and specialty channel. Check out Boulevard. Olivina is our bath, body and home fragrance line that is naturally made in the USA with no parabens, animal testing or other really yucky stuff. Check out Olivina. And meet Angelica by Royal Chain, our newest jewelry line made here in the states and is made of recycled metals. Each adjustable bracelet comes with charms that let a woman show how she feels, what she believes in, and who she is. In addition, $.25 of each bracelet is donated to Generation Rescue, a national organization committed to improving the quality of life for those affected with autism. Check out Angelica by Royal Chain.
Licensed to Sell!
New licensed products pop up in the gift industry each season. Three of our favorite new licensed products come from our newest vendor who debuted this month, Boulevard Home Fragrance. The buzz was all around Boulevard introducing Vern Yip, Food Network, and Downton Abbey of home fragrance collections. Check all the incredible products from Boulevard.