The Fab 5: Top interior design trends, predicted

If we had to choose a certain word that involves all of the top interior design trends of 2015, we might settle on the word “simplify.” Today, individuals are looking for ways to de-clutter and de-stress, to unwind and remove themselves from the daily “wear and tear” of their fast-paced lives.

With this in mind, it makes sense why folks are remodeling rather than moving, opting for softer colors and tending towards uncomplicated styles. Read on to learn the top five interior design trends. Thanks to Neil Kelly Company for the expert insight featured in this month’s issue of enLIGHTenment magazine.

Soft, cool hues: Light blues and greens are popular design colors for the new year.

The master bath is an especially prevalent space to see soft colors as homeowners seek to use this space as a place of retreat.

Upcycled design: Many materials – such as old wood and metals – are being reborn in the home design world, and popping up as “new” products with a sustainable element.

The Rush outdoor wall sconce is comprised of recycled bamboo wood.

Remodeling over moving: More folks are opting to remodel their existing homes than move into a new one. Updating your light fixtures is one way to transform the environment and perceived value of your home.

New light fixtures over a kitchen island can revitalize the look and feel of the entire room.

Heavy on the metal: From copper lighting finishes to brass sinks, metal is making an appearance in the new year. Shades and tones of copper are hot on the design scale.

The Progress Lighting Brookside pendant is available in a solid Copper finish and can be applied to both interior and exterior settings.

Clean, contemporary design: Simplified designs are on the rise for 2015 as more and more homeowners move towards a more minimalist modern approach.

A single Modera pendant creates a sweet and simple focal point in this bathroom.
A single Modera pendant creates a sweet and simple focal point in this bathroom.

Which trend would you incorporate into your home design?

Source: enLIGHTenment Magazine, The Great 8, January 2015 issue

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