Impelling Interior Design Trends for 2015

Give objects a cool, new lease of life and do your bit for the environment. Gupta feels that sustainability and the DIY trend will be trending in 2015
Give objects a cool, new lease of life and do your bit for the environment. Shabnam Gupta feels that sustainability and DIY projects will be trending in 2015

A new post is in order to welcome the New Year. If you have plans to give your home, office or personal space completely new look, this blog post might just be of help. I had interviewed Shabnam Gupta of the acclaimed The Orange Lane design studio for India Art n Design, an e-zine that celebrates creativity in all spheres of life, but mostly focussing on interior design and architecture. This story was a part of a bigger Trend Special that had professionals from the design world talk about upcoming trends from their respective fields.

Read on to learn more about some standout trends that took the design world by storm in 2014, and click here to read about the latest trends in design that you can expect to see in the year 2015.

Get creative with DIY projects for your home this year
Get creative with DIY projects for your home this year

2014 can undoubtedly be labelled as the year that brimmed with bold, new ideas in the realm of interior design. Says Shabnam Gupta, “2014 has seen strong design trends that took on a transnational approach and were accepted and loved by all.” A trendsetter, known to lend shades of experimentation and eclectic, soulful touches to each project she works on, Shabnam reflects on standout trends of the year that was.

The most widely adopted trend of 2014, feels Shabnam, has been industrial and grungy interiors spotted in the new crop of restaurants and pubs across India and the world. Details like colours, texture and props easily turned this trend into a synthesis of wholesome design, she explains.

Head over to this page to get the entire list of interior design trends for 2015.

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