The Spring season is in full swing and we absolutely love it! Trend Bible has put together several trends for Spring / Summer 2015 which include both colours and design details.
An interesting mix of both muted and saturated hues, Originate incorporates colour blocking, debossing, clustered objects, and waffle and piqued plaids, among others.
Pop Lab is a whimsical, playful trend with lots of blues and purples that are offset by a bright, sunny yellow. Include noticeably recycled items and materials, inflatables, compressed layers, painterly prints, and moulded, seamless furnishings and accessories.
A soft, almost shimmery palette, Reflect embraces warm metals, amber glass, studs and speckles with linear textures.
Think of bubbles, rounded shapes, random scattered patterns, angular prints, and exposed seams and zippers. Blue is once again dominant with Airscape, though it leans towards green rather than purple in this case and is accented with pale, silvery green and modest orange hues.
Kidaesthetic is a contemporary spin on the more traditional primary colours associated with youth. Introduce oversized stitching, colour dipped or blocked details, and quirky knits and florals.
Monometric is more refined and classic with monograms, debossing, patterned stripes, buttoning, and textiles with typography. The palette is full of restful greens and blues but is also well grounded with cool white, charcoal grey, a deep, earthy brown, and a darker grey-green.
New Horizons unites many geometric effects, from etching and laser cutting, to grids and abstract patterning. Focus on texture, whether glossy and lacquered or more rough and crater-like. Colours are present but almost appear as a secondary part of the story.
As an added bonus, here are three trends observed from Maison et Objets 2015 in Paris:
Slouched Paper Bags
Segmented and Sliced Circles
All images via Trend Bible.