Spring Fever: 3 Fresh Ideas for Home Design in 2015

April 10, 2015 Updated: April 23, 2016

As we quickly roll into spring, many of us are on the lookout for fresh, new ideas for home décor.

Without a doubt, 2015 is shaping up to be a year of bold colors and design that makes a statement. Practicality is also a driving force this year, with many opting for design features that will help them to save time.

Here are three fresh ideas that you can use to bring your home up to speed, and give it a new look in time for spring.

Carolyn Kinder Zea Chaise Lounge
View: Carolyn Kinder Zea Chaise Lounge

Bold Colors and Design

Bold colors and design features are everywhere this year. So if you’ve been wanting to try some bright, eye-catching colors, or a new, modern design –now is the time to take the leap. Instead of choosing pieces that blend in, choose furniture or décor that you love –ones that make a statement.

View: Mini Concrete Pod Pendant Light
View: Mini Concrete Pod Pendant Light

Industrial Design

From lighting to side tables, industrial design is making waves in 2015. An ideal compromise, industrial strikes a balance between vintage, and modern –and works especially well in corporate or urban environments. Keeping in-line with the industrial theme, concrete is also featuring strongly in a number of home designs, showing up in end tables, planters, sculptures, and even light fixtures.

View: Elise Candle Sconce
View: Elise Candle Sconce

Geometric Shapes

Geometric shapes are everywhere! The beauty of these strong, bold shapes –is that they mesh well with a number of modern design styles, and can add a sense of stability and balance to a room. Sculptures, wall art, throw pillows, and rugs are all relatively simple ways to incorporate some shapes into your home. Or look for furniture and fixtures that feature strong lines and bold shapes.

Are you planning giving your home a spring makeover? Which trends or styles will you be looking to incorporate into your design scheme?

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