Trends are always changing, and it’s a fun way to keep things fresh and new. A couple years ago kitchen remodeling was the big thing. What are the trends of today? 2015 is only a few months away so why not get a jump start on the big things that everyone will be doing next year?
Whether you’re serious about revamping your place, or just curious what’s in store for home decor of the future, you’ll love these first-look ideas.
Bright seems to be the thing. Blues, oranges...anything that makes a statement.
“I'm seeing a lot of deep rich blues with a glossy finish—often paired with white for a surprisingly modern twist on a classic.” -Susanna Salk
Think 60s. There’s a lot of olive green being thrown around as well as blue-green combinations.
“Gray is definitely the hottest neutral these days—it sets the perfect backdrop.” - Jeff Andrews
Here’s some examples.
It’s clear, after going through many sites and images that we’re in a time where decorators are embracing old and new. We’ve all heard the expression, “everything comes back” referred to styles, and it’s true.
Large prints and floral fabrics are making a comeback. Soft gold and brass are becoming more common again.
According to interior decorator, Cheryl Hucks, “Chinoiserie, Chinese influenced designs, and Shagreen, shark and stingray skin covered furniture and accessories” are two of the latest trends for 2015.
Bringing the outdoors in is a trend to follow. Not sure what I’m talking about? Try a poster frame bed that looks like tree branches. Not ready for new furniture? It can be as easy as buying more house plants. Or what about bringing your outdoor furniture in? What?! You might be thinking, but it’s a real trend. Dress it up and make it cozy for the indoors with a plush throw, or animal print.
Lastly are window treatment trends, (if you’re interested in something I didn’t talk about feel free to leave a comment and I’ll address it).
Layering curtains is in. No more dull top treatments, or one panels. Roman shades are a nice way to go and still give you a thumbs up from decorators.
This article has great examples to give you visual inspiration!
Remember, doing these things should be a fun, feel-good activity. It’s refreshing in the winter when things can get dull. You’ll definitely want to check out our Pinterest page for a ton more inspiration!
Jessica Walsh is a graduate of Penn State University with a minor in English. While in college she contributed to the literary journal, newspaper and yearbook. She was a journalist for Voices and BCTV.org. She continues to write her own blog as well as stories and articles.
Blog writer Jessica Walsh is a graduate of Penn State University with a minor in English. While in college she contributed to the literary journal, newspaper and yearbook. She was a journalist for Voices and BCTV.org. She continues to write her own blog as well as stories and articles.