• Interior Design Trends 2015

    Posted on 26 Sep 2014 by Dorothy Wightman | 0 comments

    With London Fashion Week just around the corner once again, we thought this was a perfect time to start looking into new Interior trends for Spring/Summer 2015. Interior designers work in a very similar way to Fashion Designers in the way they design and research new trends. Designers will look at previous seasons for inspiration and combine this with a fresh update by looking at colours, fabrics and textures. Here at Dorothy Wightman we thought would do our own bit of trend research and share a preview of what you are likely to see in the Interior Design world next spring.

    Interior trends for 2015 are set to reinvent classic luxury styles combined with versatility and functionality. Various fusions of style, materials and decorative pieces are said to be popular in the up and coming season too. Contemporary design ideas are going to be intertwined with gilded antique velvet and silk accents that reflect both modern and traditional interior designs.

    One particular trend that is said to be making an appearance next year is the idea of using natural themes and organic designs. This trend looks at designers bringing the outside inside, outdoor furniture will take stage in living rooms and plenty of plant décor will be used too. We will see wicker chairs warmed up with soft throws and printed cushions. Other trend inspiration will include a lot of soft and neutral inspiration with frosted florals, tinted and milky glass and romantic hazy fabrics.

    Elle Décor have already released a sneak peak of their 2015 colour trends which show various shades of Greek blues, luxe purples and muted natural tones. Warm colour inspirations will also be mixed with bold and vibrant shades to create a new interior twist.

    We are looking forward to seeing the new interior design trends being embraced from designers such as Mulberry, Ralph Lauren Home and Rubelli. For other interior inspirations why not take a look at our Pinterest board, which is full of wonderful interior ideas.