Top Interior Design Trends for 2015

Tonya recently featured Top Interior Design Trends for 2015 on a KUTV2 FreshLiving segment. There are so many trends, it can sometimes be overwhelming.  She has narrowed the list down to a few favorite categories: Color, Pattern, Furniture and Accents. Let's get started!*



The 2015 Pantone color of the year is Marsala.  Incorporate this red-brown hue into furnishings and decor, starting with decorative pillows, textiles and other small accents.  Consider adding this color into finishes such as brick flooring or wall treatment.

Pale Dusty Pink

Flesh tones such as Benjamin Moore Touch of Pink will be a popular paint color for homes.  These soft pastels add a bit of warmth and softness to a bedroom or dining room.



Watery Patterns 
Fluid, watercolor inspired patterns will be big in 2015, especially in area rugs. The irregular patterns in these rugs contrast with the sharp angles of the room itself and the furniture within the room. Soft, flowing patterns are a stark contrast from the geometric patterns that have popular the past several years.

Graphic Tiles
Traditionally made of clay or cement, the new version of this graphic tile is screen printed on porcelain making it much more affordable.


Natural Furniture
Bring Bamboo, Rattan and Wicker furniture inside. Add a wicker chair or a rattan accent piece to bring the outdoors in.

Smoky Glass
Dark glass has made an 80s comeback. Lighting, furniture and accessories with smoky glass will be popular in 2015.


Mixing Metals
2014 saw the introduction of warm metals such as Antiqued Brass, Copper and Bronze but 2015 is all about mixing warm and cool metals. This is great news since most of us have one or the other in our homes. 

The New "It" Plant: Pencil Cactus
Good news for those of us who have a black thumb! The Pencil Cactus replaces the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree as the new "it" plant for 2015. These plants are easy to maintain and come in various sizes so you can use it throughout the house.

*All images pulled from the internet as examples for current trends.
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