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2015 Design Trends

03/11/2015 10:26 am ET | Updated May 11, 2015

Interior designer Skye Kirby Wescott gives us the inside scoop on what we'll be seeing in homes this year.

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lacquer
It's making a comeback. From walls to furniture, this glamorous finish creates a vibrant color that just doesn't quite match flat paint.

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multiple metallics
Don't be afraid to mix gold and silver! A blend of warm and cool hues will add depth to a space.

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romantic energy
Think: chandeliers, intricate moldings, soft tones, and antiques.
Incorporate bold colors to keep it from feeling too feminine.

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mixing textures
Use a variety of materials to give your space a dynamic feel and keep it interesting.

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personal touches
Your unique personality should shine through in your home.
Let each room illustrate a piece of you, whether it be through art, accessories, or family heirlooms.

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unique small spaces
Intimate areas, such as a powder room, can evoke a captivating essence -- regardless if it's in a large home or a tiny studio.
Bold colors and interesting patterns are perfect for making a space feel special.