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2015 Pattern Trends Part II

Friday, 26 September 2014 by

Like I said in my first 2015 pattern trend post (, next year is going to be a treat for the eyes! Tribal, aquatic and microscopic prints made the list on that post. This time around I’m talking about watercolor, floral and high definition nature prints. They are all colorful and they blend together magnificently. As you’ll see in the coming images, some of the floral pieces are also watercolor; some of the high definition nature patterns are floral; and some of the watercolor pieces are of nature!

These patterns can be used on walls, pillows, paintings, bedspreads, furniture and much, much more. Here are some ideas to get you thinking:

Three Outdoor Elements for the Fall

Wednesday, 17 September 2014 by

Fall is such a lovely time to spend time outdoors. Even if you’re not entertaining, it’s nice to have a great outdoor setup for you to enjoy some personal time – be it for reading, taking a nap or enjoying a glass of wine. Since fall is (unfortunately) so short, it isn’t essential to re-do an entire outdoor area. Instead, incorporate a few popular materials and your outside space will feel like a fall getaway. Three great autumnal elements are copper, reclaimed wood and rugs.

Let’s take a look:

We all know that attics make great storage spaces, but they have so much more potential than just a home for boxes! With some good styling and a little work you can transform your attic into any number of rooms. There is a plethora of ideas out there but I rounded up some fun examples for a guest bedroom, a creative art studio, a kids’ playroom and a home office. 

2015 Pattern Trend Watch

Wednesday, 03 September 2014 by

2015 is set to be a treat for the eyes, as the trends are leaning toward tribal and ethnic patterns, microscopic prints and dreamlike aquatic scenery. Even the fashion world is incorporating these trends into the runway. Countless are the ways you can bring these themes into your home, but here are some of my favorite for these three hot trends:

Tribal & Ethnic