It seems we’ve just finished 2015 and 2016 has already come with fresh interior design trends. Is it time to renovate the house again? This year, however, we’re happy to see that half a dozen of our favorite interior design trends continue to be hot in 2016. Looks like we don’t have to ditch that adorable tepee we just put in the playroom or repaint our bold striped walls. Home Decor Ideas just made a selection of the best 2015 interior design trends that still hot in 2016:
When looking at home furnishings and décor, we are usually quick to notice outdated fixtures, faucets and hardware. Perhaps when you moved into your house, those 80’s brass relics were the first things to go. While those fixtures are still not in style, and might never be, don’t make up your mind too quickly about brass. The brass fixture has become a classic and has been reinvented for a modern and sophisticated look!
Temporary wallpaper is undeniably one of the best home decor items to emerge in 2015. And it’s come a long way since its incarnation. The new temporary wallpapers boast gorgeous, complex patterns and rich colors, and can definitely hold its own among traditional papers and messy pastes.
Geometric shapes and forms, decoration patterns and prints are one 2015 biggest trends. Geometry helps create bright and modern interiors, balance and harmonize rooms and add an interesting, fresh touch to home decorating. Geometric shapes and forms are great tools of interior design.
Bold stripes on walls, furniture, room decor accessories and floor brighten up interior design and create a sense of movement, energizing people and improving mood, phychologists and decorators say. Stylish striped wallpaper and home furnishings, furniture, room decor accessories and decorating fabrics with stripes can add extravagant accents to modern interior design or make room decorating ideas look calm.
Tribal patterns and prints are a super-hot and increasingly super-chic trend for Interior Design in 2015. Usually, interior trends follow fashion trends so we can certainly give a nod to the runway for updating these patterns and giving them a contemporary spin in both neutrals and vivid colors.
In 2015 reclaimed wood was a top trend that still has a hot spot in 2016 trends. Inexpensive and abundant, it delivers a shot of natural texture and is a key ingredient of the modern rustic look that has come to prominence the eco-friendly design.