Top 5 bedroom decorating trends of 2015

Top 5 bedroom decorating trends of 2015

This year in 2015, we are saying goodbye to the tropical theme and feature walls and instead saying hello to removable wallpaper decal, gold embellishments and a range of textures.

Check out the top 5 bedroom decorating trends of 2015 that you can incorporate into your home.


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Say goodbye to beige because wallpaper has come back in a big way this year. And the great thing is – if you’re not committed to the idea of permanent wallpaper, there is removal wall decals available all over the internet for an affordable price. Get creative and brighten up your empty walls throughout the home, you won’t regret it.


2. GOLD 

Artwork for wall, black with natural floors, white upholstered headboard, animal coverlet
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Gold will add instant glam and class to any room of the house.

An easy way to inject some gold into your rooms is through accessorizing and adding touches of it here and there. From sink taps, handles, lighting fixtures and picture frames, right through to pillows and side tables – be experimental with mixing and matching gold with silvers, wrought iron, copper or just going bold on its own.



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The blue hue has returned as a major colour trend in 2015. From indigo blue to deep navy, blue is a staple from bed linen to pillows and even large furniture pieces. Blue especially works well in Australia due to our outdoors lifestyle. Add instant coastal touches throughout your home with the colour blue.



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Interior design often imitates the trends of the fashion world. Layering textures, patterns and styles is a big trend that has gone off the catwalk and into the homes for 2015. Add unexpected impact into a room by mixing woods and metals (particularly raw woods which is a key look in industrial design) and then throwing in florals, geometric patterns, worn leathers and cottons.




In 2014, natural textures were a big trend and in 2015, this trend does not show any signs of slowing down. Australia’s love of nature and outdoors extends to the cowhide (and other animal hides) which when brought into the home as an overthrow or statement rug, instantly makes the home warmer and more welcoming.