Interior Design Trends In 2015

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If it’s been a while since the last time you upgraded the furniture and other decorations in your home, then now is the perfect time for a home makeover.  After all, there are a ton of different trends and themes that are new in architecture, and a quick facelift might do wonders for the overall value of your home.

Wanting to mix things up with a new home decorative theme? You’ve come to the right place. Here is a look at some interior design trends in 2015.

Minimalist Living

Minimalizing is trending upwards, which means you need to start getting rid of a lot of the old things in your home. With more and more people pushing to go green, there is less of a need for that oversized couch or unsightly rug. Therefore, see how big of a difference you can make by having fewer items in your home.

Interior-DesignBold Blues

Blue is a huge color inside of homes in 2015. Whether you prefer a light aqua or a deep royal, consider how adding some blue to your living space can do wonders. And if you aren’t ready to upgrade the furniture in your home, then just panting an accent wall with a blue layer of paint might be just what you need.

Add A Splash Of Color To The Kitchen

Your kitchen should be a focal part of your home. Whether you are throwing a annual party or just having a nightly dinner, your kitchen is the place everyone comes together. In order to ensure that the mood is cheery when they do, consider adding some color to the room. As mentioned, blue is in big time; but you may also want to throw in some yellows or reds. These colors are going to be hot this year, making your kitchen a great place for everyone to come together.

Be Neutral

There are some bold suggestions on this list, and the truth is that they may not fit your preferred tastes. If that’s the case, keep in mind that 2015 might be time for you to bring in a bit of greige. What is, “greige,” you ask? Greige is a mix of both grey and beige, making for a nice neutral tone that will look great in any home.  You don’t have to do something off the wall if that isn’t your taste, and instead a neutral tone is still going to hit the spot.

Wood Tones

Finally, a deep wood tone is also a consideration to make in 2015. Wood tones are typically not going to mesh well with the minimalist suggestions above. However, if you are looking for a warm touch for a more traditional interior design in 2015, then wood tones will be perfect. Deep oak chairs, a new bamboo fixture, or even a wooden picture on the wall, are all options to consider when looking to add wooden tones to your home.

If it’s time for a makeover in your home, consider the design trends for 2015 as you overhaul its interior.

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