Top 4 Spring Trends for 2015

Color, Fashion, and Decor Trends to Try in Spring 2015

There are many reasons why Spring makes us happy. Next to warmer weather and nature’s blossoming greens and flowers, the appearance of new fashion and decor trends are pretty close to the top of our list! Here is our round-up of fresh looks to try this season.

00136 Park in the Spring

That 70′s Style

This groovy throwback style has been sashaying up and down the runways of Milan, Paris and New York and moving smoothly into home decor, too. We love the retro colors and stylings – especially when tastefully mixed into more modern surroundings. Try adding a fabulous flower child floral print or bold orange or avocado green accessory as a nod to the 70s. Low mod furniture, shag rugs, graphic floors and swanky lamps are also great ways to invite this trend inside without going all out.

Subtle 70s decor trend spring 2015

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70s decor trend spring 2015

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Shibori

Tie Dye was all the rage last year, and for 2015 her sophisticated cousin, Shibori, is taking center stage. Named for an ancient Japanese art of fabric dying, shibori is traditionally seen in hues of indigo blue and white.

shibori trend spring 2015 fashion home trends spring 2015

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shibori trends spring 2015

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shibori decor home trends spring 2015

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Geometrics

HGTV has declared geometrics as the frontrunning trend of 2015! We have seen this trend snowballing for a few seasons now, starting with the ever-present quatrefoil motif and escalating to include chic shapes of all kinds. We like the contemporary flair and balanced precision that geometrics bring to a space.

geometrics decor home trend spring 2015

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geometrics decor home trend spring 2015

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geometrics decor home trend spring 2015

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Greek Blue and Glossy Blue

Marsala may be the color of the year, but we are really feeling the love for bold Greek blues and glossy rich blues. House Beautiful has identified Mediterranean blue as a “need to know” color trend of 2015 and we second that sentiment. Lose yourself in the cool and chic blue spaces below for a taste of this glorious color at work.

Greek Blue home decor color trend spring 2015

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Greek Blue color trend spring 2015

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greek blue spring color trend 2015

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New Fashion Trends for 2014

Design Trends from Fashion Week

Fashion Week, where the styles and colors for Spring and Summer are declared, is sweeping the fashion capitals of the world. Last week saw the streets of New York City flocked by the haute happenings, London is in the midst of the revelry, and next the runways of Milan will open, followed by Paris, with the Design Week shows following a similar pattern of globetrotting. Let’s take a look at the designer movements of the moment!

Home Fashion Trends 2013 Stripes and BlueFirst and foremost, color lays the palette for each season. Pantone is our go-to resource for au courant colors, their color predictions are spot-on. According to the trend-setters at Pantone, the color to watch out for is Monaco Blue, a nautical and classic blue. We can also look forward to a bold poppy red, and Nordstrom has already declared red lips as the must-have accessory of the season. Bringing a softer side to these classics, we will see happy buttercup yellows, delicate linen hued neutrals, and gauzy jade, dusk, and violet hues. Neons are still in, but are making their way into our homes and wardrobes as details and accessories rather than dominating entire pieces. Black and white, especially together, were also EVERYWHERE on the runways this season! Marc Jacobs entire line revealed a mod ’60s world, almost exclusively in black and white.

 Fashion Trends for the Home from Maison & Objet

Leather looks, perhaps inspired by the 50 Shades of Grey preoccupation, but more likely inspired by the work of photographer Helmut Newton, were prevalent. This tough look was softened with playful sweetheart details, think leather mixed with a garden floral print, or dolled up with lace. Linen also took center stage this season, bringing a relaxed yet luxurious vintage look, one that is also classic French. Stripes manifested themselves into all types of looks, dominating the designs of Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, and Oscar de La Rente. The bold and graphic print trend of last season had staying power, and is, in fact, blossoming. Latin American prints, birds, and busy novelty motifs lent a vibrancy and fun to new designs. We are also seeing a lot of sheers, peek-a-boo cut-aways, and even granny gone wild macrame knots.

 

Vintage American and French Moderne themes have been prevailing in home decor trends. As the digital age becomes a global norm, iconic items like old fashioned telephones and televisions, typewriters and antique typography, have become more of an artform, representative of a nostalgic past, rather than the function that they once served. Even Micky Mouse himself is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, as the amabassador of such simpler times. French Moderne brings a contemporary finish to the curvaceous lines of Renaissance relics, a modern glamour with a reflective quality.

French vintage linen look with bird embroidery from Anthropologie Vintage typography wallpaper fashion 2013 trends

All of these elements might be summed up as Magpie-Chic. A worldly collector with an eye for style, browsing markets, antique stores, and boutiques from around the world. A bohemian arrangement, where a vintage items repose on contemporary furniture, and clean neutral colorscapes are shaken up by spicy accessories. Raid your granny’s closet and pair one of her colorful skirts with a sophisticated white blouse. No need to match perfectly, or pick a defining theme. Bring together what you love and make it work.

 Maison et Objet Fashion Trends for 2013 World Traveler Vintage-Chic

WallPops Stairs DIY Project

Even though they are called WallPops, our peel & stick decals will stick to virtually any smooth, flat surface! We have had people use them on appliances, like the fridge, cabinets, tabletops, bureaus, and more! We recently revamped a staircase with WallPops Kolkata stripes. They added lots of style and a little sizzle to the stairs, with shimmering gem accents. Check out this quick DIY video to see how we got the look!

 

Go Wild for Zebra Print!

Zebra Art Removable Wall Decals from WallPops!

Zebra print is all the rage! There is just something about those iconic zebra stripes that is enduringly chic! Anything animal print has a sassy allure, taking cues from the jungle and safari life. The thrill of the wild, the intrigue of the hunt, and those gorgeous animal patterns keep designers swooning season after season. Want to incorporate fresh and fun zebra print in your decor? Make a zebra wall! WallPops zebra wall decals like Go Wild and Animal Instinct are popular zebra art choices. Because they come in dots, blox, and stripes, they are perfect for creating your own zebra print design.

  

Watch this video to see a sassy tween bedroom decor idea come to life with the Go wild black and white zebra decals. And now we have a pink zebra stripe too! This flirty pink zebra design makes a great wall border, or a whole striped wall. For high end boutique-style zebra art, check out the burlap zebra, or the zebra wall sticker set. We even have a zebra clock! Satisfy all of your wild wall art cravings with this collection of snazzy zebra decals.

Black and White Decor

The Colors of Classic!

Nixon Blox by Jonathan Adler for WallPops

Black and white, the ultimate combination for enduring sophistication. As compelling in a modern decor theme as in a vintage style or a country-chic motif, black and white defines classic. There is something intriguingly je ne sais quoi about both black, and white, the only colors who almost defy color at all. White, the color of light that can be broken into all the colors of the spectrum, and black sometimes referred to as the absence of color, are enigmas, and they contrast with each other like no one else.

Using black and white as a decor theme is a fresh and clean approach, truly capable of making a space appear larger. To take advantage of this distinguished duo together, add pops of color for style and warmth. For a modern look, bling-y metallic accents provide a sleek and chic detail. For an inviting, rustic appeal, country blues and yellows are a welcome splash of sass. Even gentle dallops of cream, taupe and brown will bring a personal touch to a black and white room. Below are images from Ink, a Black & White Wallpaper Collection from Brewster Home Fashions, showing a diverse range of rooms from contemporary to traditional.

Contemporary Floral Black and White decor wallpaperBlack & White Decor with a French wallpaper Black and White Decor Idea with Zebra Wallpaper Black & White wallpaper traditional decor theme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These rooms are beautiful examples of well done black and white themes. However, to add a black and white element to your existing decor is also an option, one with a lot less commitment and a lot more room for integrating this fresh theme into your already fabulous arrangements. Try painting one wall black, and making it a salon wall to showcase your photos and art with Jonathan Adler for WallPops black and white frame decals. Or dress up a white wall with snazzy black wall art! WallPops is a brilliant solution for adding color and style to white walls. Check out the black and white inspiration below.