Thursday, 18 December 2014
Interior Design Trends for 2015 – What’s Hot?
Do you feel that your home furnishings could do with an upgrade? Is it time to give your bedroom a much-needed makeover? Are you tired of looking at the same old wallpaper?
If so, there’s no better time to think about giving your home the renovation that it may need. It’s time to bid farewell to your dull and uninspiring interiors as 2015 will bring with it an abundance of exciting interior design trends.
Below you’ll find just 5 of these interior design trends that are projected to be majorly hot in 2015.
Now here’s a trend that will allow you the scope to get completely creative and showcase your personality! With its soft, sculptural lines and sunny accessories, this mid-century style trend can brighten up the look of even the most monotonous of rooms. Keep an eye out for vintage inspired Emblem Furniture pieces including rounded chairs and button-cushioned couches.
This trend is all about rich vibrant colours, eccentric patterns and curvy outlines so be prepared to leave your design fears at the front door if you choose to go 60’s retro.
Deep, Rich Hues
Colour schemes will be all about spectral and rich tones so don’t be afraid to experiment! Don’t shy away from deep, plush hues as they are intended to be explored and embraced. In order to get this look right, think about incorporating different shades from the same colour family throughout a room and add a matching accent wall, rug and other ornamental items such as pillows and blankets.
Gallery walls are set to become hugely popular in early 2015. An attractive and harmonised display of mirrors, sketches, framed family photos or even postcards will achieve the look perfectly. This trend is all about you – it’s time to be creative and showcase your personality and things that may be of importance to you.
Bold Patterns in Neutral Colours
Although neutral colours usually signify peace and unity, it is possible to infuse bold statements in to them through the use of striking patterns. Update the look of a room with a geometric rug in an earth tone or a window treatment with a daring floral design in a corresponding, yet understated, colour. If you’re daring enough to start mixing prints, you should always pair linear patterns with organic ones for a look that’s polished but doesn’t scream co-ordination.
It will be all about Copper
Each new year sees a particular metal rise to the top of every home designers list and it’s looking like copper is set to top that list in 2015. Small copper pieces will make a big statement so be sure to consider which pieces will best compliment the overall design that you wish to accomplish.