Top Trends for 2015

Do you want the insider scoop of 2015's best interior trends? Here, we round up the colours and combinations the most stylish homes will be working in the New Year.

Mediterranean blue

Bold, bright yet wonderfully soothing, the shade of blue commonly associated with beautiful buildings in Greece is set to make waves in the interior design world in 2015. Although it looks ultra-stylish when paired with muted neutrals such as grey or white, Mediterranean blue can easily be warmed up with an accompaniment of richly-coloured wood.

Topps' tip: A deep blue sofa would look fantastic against the intricate grain-effect of this Oak Barrique laminate flooring for a stunning blend of pattern and striking block colour.

Sixties inspiration

Bright, fun colours like orange, yellow and pink will be given new life next year as sixties-inspired colour palettes burst on to the design scene.

Topps' tip: For something a little more subtle (but equally reminiscent of the era) why not opt for olive or mustard shades? We love the gorgeous green shades here and here, but in particular the Minton Hollins Country Rustic Apple Green here, for a low-key colour injection.

Marsala colour palette

As Pantone's Colour of the Year 2015, marsala will be big news for the twelve months ahead. This earthy, reddish-brown colour is perfect for fans of country-style décor as its depth and richness looks fantastic against the darkest wood and other natural colours such as dark green and brown.

Topps' tip: Fans of a fresher colour scheme needn't despair though, as a less heavy take on the deep red shade is available courtesy of the Boutique Hall tile here - perfect for bringing the trend into kitchens, bathrooms, conservatories or hallways.

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