15 Interiors Trends for Autumn 2015

From artisanal glassware to the deconstructed kitchen; our predictions for the trends that will define autumn 2015.

The Deconstructed Kitchen


Katrin Arens Milano Kitchen | Remodelista

Above: The less-than-perfect kitchen, cobbled together from disparate elements. Photograph via Katrin Arens. Stay tuned: We’ll be devoting ourselves to this topic next week.

Black Kitchen Utensils


Black Kitchen Tools | Remodelista

Above: Black kitchen accoutrements; see more at Kitchen Tools with a Masculine Edge

Terrazzo Patterns


Max Lamb Tiles | Remodelista

Above: Terrazzo patterns, as in this LA bath tiled in Dzek Marmoleum Tiles by Max Lamb. Photograph by Brian Ferry.

Dual-Purpose Furniture


Planks Furniture by Max Lamb | Remodelista

Above: Furniture that does double duty: charges devices, for instance, or includes built-in storage as in the Planks Collection (shown) by Max Lamb for Benchmark, introduced last week at the London Design Festival. 

Room-Spanning Kitchen Storage Rails


Long Utensil Rail | Remodelista

Above: Room-spanning kitchen rail storage, as in this kitchen by Boffi. See more at 13 Kitchens with Storage Rails.

White Kitchen Appliances


Ada Egloff Kitchen | Remodelista

Above: Are white appliances the new stainless? We think so (for examples, go here and here and here). 

Ikea Furniture Disrupters


Greycork Couch | Remodelista

Above: A handful of upstart design companies are coming out with flat-pack furniture at Ikea prices (stay tuned; we’ll be posting more on this trend tomorrow). Photograph via Greycork

Mossy Green


Margot House Bedroom in Barcelona | Remodelista

Above: Our resident color forecaster Alexa says mossy green is the next big thing, as in this bedroom at Margot House in Barcelona. (We think she’s on to something.)

Black Tapware in the Kitchen and Bath


Ace Hotel in LA Bathroom | Remodelista

Above: The bathrooms at the Ace Hotel in LA have a noirish appeal. See more at Steal This Look: Ace Hotel in LA Bathroom.

Midcentury Brand Revivals


Robert Long Chandelier | Remodelista

Above: In Sausalito, Robert Young has relaunched his father’s groovy lighting collection. In London, John Lewis has just reissued Robin and Lucienne Day’s stackable polyside chair. Stay tuned for more comebacks.

Pittsburgh Is the New Portland


Ace Hotel Pittsburgh | Remodelista

Above: The Ace Hotel is opening an outpost in Pittsburgh in late 2015 in the East Liberty neighborhood (once home to steel magnates such as the Fricks, the Carnegies, and the Mellons). Google opened an office in 2010, the Andy Warhol Museum is nearby, and Ace is calling it “the Sleeper City.”

Artisanal Glass


Peter Ivy Glassware | Remodelista

Above: Is glass the new pottery? We think so; we’re all assembling collections of handblown vases and more.  

Beauty Products for Furniture


Wax Eternal Furniture Polish | Remodelista

Above: Organic salves and solutions for furniture care; we like Shop Tamsyn’s Wax Eternal, an organic polish made from cold-pressed olive oil, beeswax, herbs, and organic essential oils. 

The Tawny Sheepskin


Brown Sheepskins | Remodelista

Above: The accessory du jour? Brown sheepskins are displacing snowy white sheepskins as the weather turns. One of our favorite sources? Black Sheep (White Light). Photograph via The Socialite Family.

Unexpected Tile


Unexpected Tile | Remodelista

Above L to R: Tile in unexpected places; a cabinet interior in a London Victorian, for instance, or a bathroom cabinet in a French farmhouse.

Interested in more of our predictions? See Top 15 Interiors Trends of 2015 and check out our Trend Alert series.

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