The home décor design trends for 2015 are all about surprises. We’re seeing bright colors next to muted ones, multiple patterns in the same room, and textures and materials where you don’t expect them. The overview below will give you a sense of what some of the trends are for this year.
The Pantone Color of the Year is Marsala, an earthy red as robust as the wine itself. Deep blues, solid and in patterns, are also big. Another interior trend calls for bright color accents.
Gold has been taken to the next level and used as a metallic. Gold plumbing fixtures are replacing chrome and gold accents are making their ways into interiors. Even cabinets are getting the shiny metallic look.
Sleek lines and geometric shapes, multiple-function furniture and a contemporary and a minimalistic look work especially well in smaller spaces where you don’t have room for clutter. This is a look that you might find in a high tech home or in one of Taylor Morrison’s Southern California homes.
Eco Friendly Design
We’re seeing pieces that use natural design elements and materials – wood, rope, stone, copper, burlap – throughout the home. This eco approach reflects the growing desire to connect with nature.
You’ll be seeing more interiors that mix it up, where modern shares the room with traditional, African designs sits next to Asian accents, and colors are teamed up in unexpected ways.
To see examples of these and other 2015 décor trends, go to Lushhome, Pouted, Town and Country Living, Decoholic, The Ace of Space, and TopTeny.