Latest Home Décor Trends in Interior Designing


Here we bring you the latest home décor trends in interior designing following industry’s best design professionals. At the onset of year 2015, some trends have maintained themselves, some have become even louder, while some have been replaced beautifully, just for arrivals of hottest ones. 2015 is going to be a year setting trends for bold copper colored fixtures, contrast colored furnishings, large canvases and wallpapers and natural designs as well as graphic patterns in home décor trends.  Do check these latest trends to follow for decoration of interiors before you spend bomb on your home decors.

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Glamorous metal mixes

Metal mixing of copper and rose coppers are kicking off new trends of colors in modern interiors’ designing everywhere. The interior designing has witnessed a revival of copper and brass trends in the homes; be it lighting fixtures, bathroom fixtures, furniture, accessories, or cutleries. Copper Blush color is fast replacing the silver, white and simple black. Effective hues drawn from mixing of warm metals like copper with cooler one like silver is taking its turn now. Home fixtures are going bold with new hues of metallic colors. Silver and steel are no more the color limits of fixtures. Well, now start imagining your bathroom with gold and copper colored faucets for a lavish touch in your bathrooms.

Floors are at top!

Flooring is a significant element of interiors which highlights the room. Extensive variations are seen in the trends of floorings and tiles. Instead of following one or double, several patterns are followed at a time in floorings and tiles.  Floors are at the top for the highest number of varieties they maintain at a same level of popularity in the same span of time. The fascination created by the colorful graphic tiles are already floored and walled at the premises of hi-tech offices and hotels. It is is now on show at the homes too. These graphic tiles have journeyed from commercial to home spaces.

The geometrical designs are still in vogue. Natural floral and leafy patterns are also favorites of interior designers. Stripes and floral; geometrical and plains will be going hand in hand to floor you homes this year. Moreover open concept floors are also not overlooked.

Blue is the color!

Blue represents verve and it was true for interior design last year as well as for this year. Blue promises to be the most chic for interior ornamentation of home furnishings. Be it variations of navy blue, turquoise or indigo, a stable color in home designs and furnishing fabrics this year is blue. Pillows, Chairs with heavy blue accents are already showing up at the home decors.

Mild blue, modern aquamarine-blue are popular among designers. Sky blue shades are cool whereas royal and deep blue are the hottest bluish shades. Dazzling blue shade is mostly used by the interior designers to add verve of energy and style to the decors. It is easy to mix and combine bold dazzling blue with other bold colors like heavy pink, orange and purple.


Texture fusions rein over furnishing fabrics

Texture fusion is reining the decoration of fabrics of home furnishings this year. Checkered wool is beautifully layered with silk, linen or rich velvets creating marvel due to the contrast of color, design as well as texture. Matching is a myth now and paradoxical designs and colors are taking over in 2015. You can also check for more inspiration. Don’t take it as a surprise if you see light beige or soft grey sofas placed with vibrant colored pillow covers like pink, yellow and orange. Fusion of velvets with linen and silk was already in during last year for the apparels. Now the trend has entered arena of home furnishings too.

If you are making up your interiors this year, you would definitely not want it to be an outdated one. Above are the veering trends of 2015 for you to follow and make your home décor stylish and in-trend. Keep your home décor in style with the latest interior designing trends of 2015.

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