Are you looking to redesign your home in 2015?

Looking to stay up with the latest in interior home design trends?

Twenty-fifteen is here and it is time to consider a fresh look at your home’s interior design. Whether you are simply looking to update your home or would like to get it staged to sell, today we are providing you with 8 hot interior home design trends that you won’t want to miss.

8 Interior Home Design Trends for 2015

  1. The Sectional
    One of the trends that many people are excited about is the comeback of the sectional. According to Details.com, home owners are using living rooms for relaxing and lounging. This means that the days of uncomfortable couches in your living room are over.
     
  2. Accents: The Color Blue
    Zillow.com, Details.com, and Housebeauitful.com all agree that the color blue is in. From greek blue to deep blue to accents of blue, it is all good in 2015.
     
  3. Creative Storage
    Realtor Magazine explains the new buzzword is “specialized storage”. Just like grandma said, “Everything needs to have a place”. In 2015, home owners want specialized storage and are willing to give up part of an extra bedroom to achieve it. From a master bedroom walk in closet to a larger pantry, having creative storage will be key.
     
  4. Vintage Tubs
    Another favorite trend of 2015 is the vintage tub. This trend brings elegance and timeless ideas into homes making the modern bathroom functional, inviting and comfortable according to Lushome. Allow potential home buyers to dream of relaxing after a long day in your beautiful vintage bath tub.
     
  5. Floor to Ceiling and Wall to Wall
    This year, display your art, pictures and other visual pieces on your wall from floor to ceiling and from wall to wall. Realtor Magazine calls this “Salon-style walls” where you start designing at the center and eye level of a wall. Then, add additional pieces spaced about four to five inches apart.
     
  6. Mid-Century Modern Pieces
    This is a trend that must be dealt with sparingly. If you put too many mid-century modern pieces in your home, it will be overwhelming. However, this is, according to Zillow.com, one of the biggest up and coming designs of the year. Use this trend as inspiration for your next interior redesign.
     
  7. Wallpaper
    Wallpaper is coming back according to Jamie Beckwith, designer with Beckwith Interiors. She states, “From digital prints to textured wall coverings, this trend is primed and ready to take off in 2015.”
     
  8. 50 Shades of White in the Kitchen
    White kitchens will continue to reign supreme in 2015. However, when we say white, we mean different shades of white. Variations often add visual appeal and depth according to Realtor Magazine.

Bringing it Home

If you are interested taking a new look at your home’s interior design, these eight design trends will be a great beginning. From the return of the sectional for your living room to what colors to pick for your kitchen, you may like to consider the top trends for 2015. 

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