Easter weekend typically means we embark on decorating projects. It may be getting round to those niggling little DIY projects that you've put off due to the weather being too cold, or at least using that as an excuse! Or it may be the signs of warmer weather gives you the impetus you need to get the living room, bedroom or kitchen redecorated. Whatever the reason there's some fabulous interior design inspiration just waiting for you to grab it and transform your home into a beautiful living space. Be inspired by this year's colours and trends or stick to the classics that have stood the test of time.   Colorful-modern-living-room


Pretty pastels in a Hollywood Regency style creates a calming ambience and suits most styles of homes, large or small.   interior-design-trends-2015

Frame Your TV

Go for a monochromatic scheme in glacier grey tones for a dramatic look.   main_image

Emerald Interior Design

Be inspired by the trend of 'Act Now' – literally not putting off things you can do today, tomorrow may never come.   blue-burnhamdesign2

The Ace of Space Blog

If you love blue then you'll love this year's trend of cobalt. It looks stunning paired with touches of metallic gold or silver.   interior-design-trends-2015

Crystal Kiss

If pink floats your colour boat embrace the blush colour trend with both arms; it looks fabulous against this year's natural earthy tones.   2015-Interior-Design-Color-Trends-deep-shades

Asian Interior Design

Go for darker shades such as slate and mulberry; these on-trend tones will bring a new dimession into your rooms.   ideias-de-decoracao-verde


If you're not into botanical prints, one of this year's trends, go large with wall murals to bring nature right inside your home.   Philadelphia-Penthouse_Courtney_Apple_Photography

Pure Home

Make a gallery wall a focal point.   delta

Trade Arabia

If you don't feel like a complete room makeover, simply give a room some new soft furnishings and accessories to revive it. Floral cushions in pretty pastels and a vase full of fresh flowers will instantly perk-up a room.   upholstered-stool-tom-dixon

Interior Zine

Paint everything white and highlight with black furniture and furnishings, the odd metallic will add interest. Black and white colour schemes are timeless and when done right look amazing.

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