December 18, 2014 12:36 am
“Home design will embark on a dramatic shift in 2015, moving far away from the bright jewel tones and overused chevron and ikat patterns that took 2014 by storm,” says Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs design expert. “Unexpected textures and an eclectic, modern vibe are about to find their way. Expect to see a more sophisticated look in 2015.”
The most popular home design trends include:
"Wallpaper is coming back in a big way," says Zillow Digs designer Jamie Beckwith of Beckwith Interiors. From digital prints to textured wall coverings, this trend is primed and ready to take off in 2015. Expect to see a rise in available color and texture selections in home stores to accommodate the increased demand for patterned or textured accent walls.
2. Modern, Mid-Century Modern Elements
Mid-century modern elements will weave their way in to 2015 home decor – from architecture to furniture—and will be one of the biggest up-and-coming design styles. While this trend will be popular, Zillow Digs experts advise homeowners to be careful when integrating into homes, as the trend shouldn't overwhelm the house.
3. Gold Fixtures
Reminiscent of the ‘80s and early ‘90s, this retro statement hardware color will make a comeback in 2015 with a new modern twist: bright gold with a sleek finish for extra shine. Homeowners will no longer be limited to silver or stainless steel fixtures, and will feel free to mix and match finish colors, or go bold with all gold.
4. Cowhide Accents
Cowhide is the ideal accent texture for 2015's modern, approachable design aesthetic. Zillow Digs designers say cowhide will find its way into pillows, rugs, throw blankets and artwork. Its neutral hue and natural texture make it the perfect complement for bolder statement pieces.
5. Shades of Blue
Blue will be the most popular accent color and is the perfect complement to Marsala, the 2015 Pantone® Color of the Year, according to the Zillow Digs designers. "Pops of indigo blue or deep navy will become a staple in home design this year, as their deep natural hues become extra vibrant against warm earth tones like Marsala," said Zillow Digs home design expert, Kerrie Kelly.
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