Interiors trends for 2015

PUBLISHED: 10:33 05 January 2015

Transform a favourite picture or print into stunning wall tiles for your kitchen or bathroom - Granite Transformations

Transform a favourite picture or print into stunning wall tiles for your kitchen or bathroom - Granite Transformations

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Derbyshire experts pick their top interior products for the new year

Precious metal accessories such as this gold and copper 'Cyprum' kitchen fixture by Dornbracht will be huge for 2015 - Just Living Interiors by Kelly BarkerPrecious metal accessories such as this gold and copper 'Cyprum' kitchen fixture by Dornbracht will be huge for 2015 - Just Living Interiors by Kelly Barker

Inject colour with vibrant chairs available in a range of fabrics -  Ruth Eley Interior Design, DuffieldInject colour with vibrant chairs available in a range of fabrics - Ruth Eley Interior Design, Duffield

Create an eye-catching focal point with an elegant chandelier to give your dining room a glamorous touch - Oberoi Brothers Lighting, Mackworth Estate, DerbyCreate an eye-catching focal point with an elegant chandelier to give your dining room a glamorous touch - Oberoi Brothers Lighting, Mackworth Estate, Derby

The Yellow Ruskin Butterfly Axminster carpet from Brintons' Timorous Beasties Collection is a great example of how soft colours and delicate patterns can transform a room - T. Nutt & Sons, Clay Cross, ChesterfieldThe Yellow Ruskin Butterfly Axminster carpet from Brintons' Timorous Beasties Collection is a great example of how soft colours and delicate patterns can transform a room - T. Nutt & Sons, Clay Cross, Chesterfield

Striking, stand-alone furniture is a key trend. William Yeoward's '...collected'  pieces are simply stunning' - exclusive to Penrose Interiors, BaslowStriking, stand-alone furniture is a key trend. William Yeoward's '...collected' pieces are simply stunning' - exclusive to Penrose Interiors, Baslow

Accessories such as these milk bottles are on-trend for 2015. It's predicted interiors will move away from shabby chic towards stylish, unusual and iconic retro designs - Avant Garde, BaslowAccessories such as these milk bottles are on-trend for 2015. It's predicted interiors will move away from shabby chic towards stylish, unusual and iconic retro designs - Avant Garde, Baslow

Furniture with a classical influence and dark timbers such as walnut are becoming popular once again - Matthew Morris Handmade Furniture, Markeaton Craft Village, DerbyFurniture with a classical influence and dark timbers such as walnut are becoming popular once again - Matthew Morris Handmade Furniture, Markeaton Craft Village, Derby

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