Top Interior Trends for 2015

Created by Luku Home - February 5, 2015

With the New Year come new interior design trends. We take a look at what colours, patterns and materials are on trend for the coming year.

Deco Hanging Light - Satin Brass  Brass Lifestyle Image - The Ingénue
All Star Wallpaper - Gunmetal

Metallic finishes are still going strong, with copper being the big trend of the past few years. We are currently seeing a move towards brass, warmer rose gold and cooler metals such as silver. We love mixing metals into an interior to give a layered effect, creating a more eclectic and luxe look.

Blush Pink Lifestyle - 79 Ideas  Pitch Blue Paint - Farrow & Ball
Cosmopolitan Sofa - Powder Pink

Indigo blues mixed with vibrant jade and forest greens are coming through as this year’s strong colour choices. Moving away from the grey tones we have seen throughout homes over the past few years, designers are branching out with more daring and bold colour palettes. Blush pink is being seen more and more, and is continuing to grow in popularity this year. This beautiful soft pastel shade of pink can be mixed with warm metallic finishes to create an elegant style, or with natural materials for a calming Nordic look.

Wave Ikat Lampshades

Patterns and prints are still very much on trend this year. We have seen everything from geometrics and plaid to ikat making appearances on fabrics, combined with either a bold and bright colour palette or soft pastel hues. We’re definitely seeing less of the safe neutral tones, with a move towards a more exciting and vibrant colour trend, and here at Luku we love colour!

We think 2015 will be a year where people move towards finding more unique and one-off pieces for their home, rather than shopping for the mass-produced styles. Sourcing from individual designers and finding those hidden gems is becoming more appealing. There has been an increase in upcycling and making use of great quality older furnishings in our homes by giving them the TLC they deserve. We all love to find styles and furnishings that set our homes apart, and create talking points within the interior scheme.

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