The New Year means out with old and in with the new for the coming year. What does this mean for you home though? Most of us don’t have the privilege or the energy to redecorate our homes based on the current year’s trends, however there are always small changes you can make and ways to re-purpose old items. Before you get started, you need to know what the home trends are for 2015. Everyone has their own thoughts on what these are. Below you can find a range of ideas on the trends for the New Year. Everything from the top paint color to the way technology is going to be integrated into the home, the shapes that people will be integrating into their decorations to the types of building materials that will be used. Some of the trends are based on what was popular in 2014, others are pulled from what people are pinning to their Pinterest boards, and some are based on current technology advancements. Don’t try to give you home an overhaul and integrate all the current trends, but it is fun to take a few of the ideas and place them as highlights around your home.
The coming New Year may bring not just little changes for the better to your life, but also to your home. When it comes to choosing the color for your walls or furniture upholstery or other accents, the Pantone color of the year ‘Marsala’ (Pantone 18-1438) will give you plenty of versatility. Good pairings for Marsala can include Pantone’s Golden Ochre, Cornstalk, Ashes of Roses, Teal, Aqua Splash and others from the palette.
With 2014 almost over, we thought we’d look forward instead of looking back. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at five trends we expect to emerge in the smarthomemarket. We’re not saying all our flights of fancy will come true, but we think things are definitely heading in these directions.
If you’ve ever typed the words “home decor ideas” into the Pinterest search box, then you know one thing for sure: a rabbit hole awaits. We know this because we compiled the home trends that took Pinterest by storm in 2014, and a few predictions for the most pinnable moments that lie ahead in 2015. See this on Young House Love.
Decor, like fashion, is cyclical. in Kansas City; Jill Tran of Tran+Thomas Design Studio in Shawnee; and Jaclyn Joslin, of Coveted Home in Prairie Village — to find out which trends from 2014 lasted all of two seconds and which ones will stick around for awhile to help you plan your 2015 …