New Design Trends for 2015

The New Year is almost here and it doesn’t come alone: 2015 brings along fresh and modern ideas for your home.  Take a look at our round up of design trends bound to be popular this upcoming year! 


Bright Colors
Expect to see vibrant colors this spring used through décor such as picture frames, throw pillows and decorative objects. Don’t feel limited to only working with smaller items. Bedding, area rugs, window panels and painted accent walls are other ways to incorporate color into your home. Pink magenta, deep navy, pops of orange, and kelly green are a few suggestions to get you started. Shades of blue are also predicted to be a major color for 2015 so be sure to keep your eye out for hues of azure, teal and cobalt.


Bold Patterns
Geometric prints are likely to be carried over into the New Year as well. To make a statement, shop for large-scale patterns on rugs, wallpaper and even furniture. Trapezoid shapes, triangles, zigzags and Greek-key prints will be a popular feature in 2015 Spring collections.  Start shopping now and add a new addition to your home such as West Elm’s Trapezoid Floor Pouf.


Back to Natural
Although bright colors are back in action, earth tones and natural accents are also on the horizon. With Pantone naming Marsala the 2015 color of the year, we will be seeing neutral tones paired with it such as pale pinks, soft browns and dusty blues. Organic patterns and natural woods will also be featured in the New Year, creating warmth and a feeling of simplicity to your home.


Gold Accents
As a recent comeback, gold continues to be a design favorite. Vintage brass has been a popular material in 2014, but start looking forward to polished metallic accents such as lamp bases, inlaid tile and decorative accessories like Jonathan Adler’s Gold Carnaby Zebra Dish.  So say goodbye to stainless steel finishes in kitchens and bathrooms, and go bold with gold!


This post was created by Erica.

1 comment:

  1. Impressive collection of design trends to watch in year 2015. I like it a lot.

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