The Best 2015 Design Trends for Spring, And The Rugs To Match
Spring Design Trends — It appears that the worst of winter is finally behind us, and we couldn’t be happier to embrace Spring! Take your Spring Cleaning one step further by freshening up your home with on-trend accessories this season. The biggest designers in the business have spoken, and we’ve distilled their predictions into the top five design trends for Spring 2015.
From bold to subtle, we’re sure at least one of these interior trends will speak to you, and Nazmiyal’s extensive inventory of antique rugs and vintage carpets has on-trend rugs for every taste. Want even more inspiration? Visit our Spring 2015 Trend Pinterest board by clicking here.
1. Deep Cobalt Blue Interior Design
Deep Cobalt blue is a classic, but also feels very contemporary this Spring. It’s a great accent color that can make neutrals like white and grey really pop, but it can also hold its own against brighter colors like emerald and magenta. Below, we’ve assembled a collection of our favorite cobalt blue antique rugs and vintage carpets:
2. Earthy Sandstone Interior Design
Between grey and brown, earthy sandstone is the most popular and most sophisticated neutral this Spring. Rich taupes and warm, buttery browns elevate interior spaces with subtle elegance. The depth of the color keeps it elegant instead of boring. Click below to view several of our favorite sandstone rugs:
3. Graphic Pops Interior Design
Contemporary designers have been drawing inspiration from the mid-20th century for several seasons, and this Spring, that trend takes on a pop-art twist. Look for bold, primary colors like red, blue, and yellow, accented with graphic pops of black and white. This look is clean, fun, and energizing! Below are several pop-inspired rugs from the Nazmiyal Collection:
4. Moroccan Tribal Interior Design
The alluring style of North Africa has long been a favorite of bohemians, and this season, designers are drawing inspiration from tribal Moroccan designs. Warm neutrals like gold and rust pair spectacularly with the rhythmic tribal diamond patterning the region is known for. Finish off the room with copper accents and indigenous touches, and your home will feel sumptuous and exotic. Below are several Moroccan rugs from the Nazmiyal Collection to get you started:
5. Rich Ochre Yellow Interior Design
Yellow can be a tricky color to design with, but this season, acidic lemony yellows are being replaced by rich ochre and groovy mustard shades. This more subdued, deeper yellow makes a great accent color, especially when paired with deep grey, natural wood, and stark black. Below are several antique rugs and vintage carpets from the Nazmiyal Collection to help get you inspired:
Which trend do you plan to try? Tell us in the comments!