Monday, 24 November 2014

Top 5 Interior Design Trends For 2015

With the whole world going through a recession the past few years, decorating your home has surely been a challenge for home owners and interior designers alike. Having to work within a strict budget and under sharp rules has forced us to use imaginations to get the look of high-style living. Here are a few trends to keep your eye on which we hope to see throughout many homes:

Contemporary Art Interior

Contemporary art is obviously taking it’s place in the world of interior design every year and its influence is extensive. This is a great example if you are fan of contemporary art and if you want your home to look like contemporary art museum.

Ethnic Prints

Ethnic fabrics, upholstery and prints look like they will be a popular trend this year.  Adding a fresh pizazz to your home from far off exotic lands can break up boring bland interiors and if authentic, can be fantastic conversational pieces.  So if you see a cushion, print or covering which is oozing with culture this year; don’t shy away.

Modern Interior Design

Unusual wall shelves in cubic shapes rotated 90 degrees on walls, meaningful letters and words, striking painting ideas and surprising wall decorations, like bicycles, shiny wall panels, imitating stone, wood or concrete wall tile designs and amazingly textured wallpaper patterns are fabulous home decorating ideas that reflect popular interior trends 2015.

Floral Influence

Floral designs is a growing trend, not only in The interior design world, but also in other markets such as fashion. When there is a lap over of a particular trend in more than one vertical market, in this case floral, the trend has a tendency to have staying power; the perfect storm one might say. Floral textiles are a great option for any new designs.

Compatible Colors & Accents

Instead of having one set look, we’ll see a base hues enlivened with accents of color which’ll bring a monotonous box into a fresh lively room.  We’re talking bright chromatic splashes over unsaturated undertones. It’s a fresh and lively trend which invigorates the senses and perks up the spirit.

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